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November 11th, 2004
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Hobbit Clothing Designers? *G*
{Edited to insert: Go here (beizy's) -
http://www.livejournal.com/users/beizy/521074.html - for an animation of Dom/finger, and a link to a an article on Elijah on the "Everything is Illuminate" set, and beautiful black and white photos!)

From TORn:

Hobbits Make Habit of Designing Clothes

“Lost” star Dominic Monaghan reports that he and his “Lord of the Rings’” homies, er hobbits, are creating their own off-screen fellowship.

“Elijah Wood and I are working on starting up a T-shirt company,” says Monaghan. “We’re just big fans of clothes so we want to do certain designs of clothes we wish were out there, with text we’d like to see on T-shirts. We’re in the midst of putting together designs now.” Monaghan says he’s also collaborating with Billy Boyd, who played Pippin in the “LOTR” sagas. “Billy and I are in the midst of writing and doctoring a couple of scripts.”

The actor, who’s been in Hawaii shooting “Lost,” says the “LOTR” fellowship, which includes Viggo Mortenson and Orlando Bloom, does more than just stay in touch. “I still see the guys all the time.” In fact, he’s expecting visits from the “LOTR” gang through the holidays. “Viggo and Orlando are coming over for Thanksgiving. Then Billy and Elijah are coming over for New Year’s Eve.” They’ll need all of Gandalf’s magical powers to keep the “LOTR” groupies away, that’s for sure.

(and - oooo! A Bettany movie!)

THE CASTING CORNER: Casting is underway to find two young actors to play Harrison Ford’s children in “The Wrong Element,” the big-screen thriller Ford starts shooting with Paul Bettany in January. In the film Ford plays a bank executive who is coerced into embezzlement by a thief (Bettany) who is holding his family hostage. Actors needed include a juvenile to play Ford’s 8-year-old son who suffers from allergies and is traumatized by the kidnapping ordeal, and his 14-year-old daughter, caught in tweenland – too old to be treated like a little girl, but not old enough to be treated like an adult.

BTW... was it ever confirmed that Dom did the "artwork" on those suits that he and Elijah wore with what looked like "chalk" designs on them (the "She loves me" with the gun, the tiretrackson the one Elijah wore)? I've always assumed they did them, but never saw it stated... I think their t-shirts would probably be pretty well designed and fun!

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