Did Stephen Colbert have a cameo in The Hobbit?
Stephen Colbert is a comedic actor and satirist who had his own self-titled show on the cable channel Comedy Central, and now is host of the Late Show. He is a long-time fan of J.R.R. Tolkien’s works and reads Elvish. He appeared in a cameo as a Lake-town spy for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
Where does Stephen Colbert appear in The Hobbit?
Colbert appears very, very briefly as a spy in Laketown, that watery place where Bilbo and the dwarves hide out, get in trouble, get rescued by elves, meet up with the mayor, and generally cause a ruckus even before they awaken the dragon that lives nearby.
Is Stephen Colbert a LOTR fan?
Stephen Colbert is a well-known fan of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings, but this one question finally had the super fan stumped. The late-night TV host Stephen Colbert is known for being a Tolkien superfan, and his guests often ask him questions about Middle Earth—usually about The Lord of the Rings.
Who was in Colbert LOTR rap?
Joining him in “The #1 Trilly” – short for trilogy – are some folks who know their way around Middle-earth: Elijah Wood, Sean Astin, Billy Boyd, Dominic Monaghan, Hugo Weaving, Andy Serkis, Orlando Bloom and Viggo Mortensen. Also taking part in the music video: Method Man, Killer Mike, Anna Kendrick and Jon Batiste.
Who raps in Elvish in Colbert video?
Elrond’s Elvish Rap One of the video’s many highlights comes when Hugo Weaving, who played Elrond, drops an absolutely fire verse in the Elvish language of Quenya. He’s introduced by a blinged-out Orlando Bloom and accompanied by Andy Serkis on the flute.
Who was rapping in Elvish Colbert?
Out of everyone who shows up, however, Hugo Weaving — who played the Elrond the Elf in the Lord of the Rings films as well as two of The Hobbit adaptations — is the only one who raps in the Elvish tongue Quenya. You can watch the unbelievable clip below.
Will Peter Jackson ever return to Middle-earth?
Peter Jackson confirms he’s not returning to Middle Earth for Amazon’s series. Peter Jackson is not returning to Middle Earth for the upcoming Lord of the Rings series adaptation from Amazon. Amazon acquired the rights to the book series last year, prompting reports about Jackson returning to the series.