Dick Heads

Dick Heads: The entire cast of the Hobbit

The cast of the Hobbit

He may be playing a dwarf in The Hobbit, but you can probably tell that wasn’t typecasting for Richard Armitage, given how tall he is in comparison to the rest of the cast. See how many you recognise in this slightly blurry cast photo: I’ve spotted Sylvester McCoy, Andy Serkis, him off The Almighty Johnsons, him out of Being Human and Peter Jackson. Can’t see Sir Ian, Christopher Lee, Martin Freeman, Cate Blanchett, him off The Matrix or Liv Tyler (is she even in this one?), but maybe they’re hiding behind that plane.

Don’t forget to write a haiku if this inspires you in some way.

Got a picture of Richard Armitage’s head, preferably wearing a hat? Then leave a link to it below and if it’s judged suitable, it will appear in the “Dick Heads” gallery.

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Dick Heads

Dick Heads: The Hobbit

Richard Armitage as Thorin the Dwarf in The Hobbit

It’s been nearly a year since our last Dick Head, but since it’s Richard Armitage’s birthday today, what could be a more appropriate way to celebrate than this new picture of our Dick as Thorin the inappropriately tall Dwarf, in the forthcoming The Hobbit?

Feel free to compose poems and haikus as you see fit – extra bonus points if they’re about gold and you can sing them.

Got a picture of Richard Armitage’s head, preferably wearing a hat? Then leave a link to it below and if it’s judged suitable, it will appear in the “Dick Heads” gallery.

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Review and competition: The Karate Kid (2010)

The Karate Kid

The Karate Kid (2010) double play DVD and Blu-Ray boxsetStarring: Jackie Chan, Jaden Smith and Taraji P. Henson
Writers: Christopher Murphey (screenplay), Robert Mark Kamen (story)
Director: Harald Zwart
Price: £24.99 (Amazon price: £15.93)
Released: November 15th 2010

It’s competition time on the blog, as it’s your chance to win the remake of The Karate Kid starring Jackie Chan on Blu-Ray and DVD.

Review and competition details after the trailer.

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