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fellowship: The fellowship of disaster: season 4, episode 1
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The fellowship of disaster: season 4, episode 1

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fellowship: Every graduating senior is scared, to some degree, of the future, but this was on a different level. When my class left our liberal arts experience, we scattered to temporary gigs: I worked at a dude ranch; another friend nannied for the summer; one got a job on a farm in New Zealand; others became raft guides and transitioned to ski instructors. We didn't think our first job was important; it was just a job and would eventually, meanderingly lead to The Job. But these students were convinced that their first job out of college would not only determine their career trajectory, but also their intrinsic value for the rest of their lives. I told one student, whose dozens of internship and fellowship applications yielded no results, that she should move somewhere fun, get any job, and figure out what interests her and what kind of work she doesn't want to do - a suggestion that prompted wailing. "But what'll I tell my parents?" she said. "I want a cool job I'm passionate about!" Those expectations encapsulate the millennial rearing project, in which students internalize the need to find employment that reflects well on their parents (steady, decently paying, recognizable as a "good job") that's also impressive to their peers (at a "cool" company) and fulfills what they've been told has been the end goal of all of this childhood optimization: doing work that you're passionate about. Whether that job is as a professional sports player, a Patagonia social media manager, a programmer at a startup, or a partner at a law firm seems to matter less than checking all of those boxes. What's worse, the feeling of accomplishment that follows an exhausting task passing the final! Finishing the massive work project! - never comes. "The exhaustion experienced in burnout combines an intense yearning for this state of completion with the tormenting sense that it cannot be attained that there is always some demand or anxiety or distraction which can't be silenced," Josh Cohen, a psychoanalyst specializing in burnout, writes. "You josieandthepussycatsofficial: reading this article is like staring into a mirror https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/annehelenpetersen/millennials-burnout-generation-debt-work
fellowship: Every graduating senior is scared, to some degree, of the future, but this was
 on a different level. When my class left our liberal arts experience, we
 scattered to temporary gigs: I worked at a dude ranch; another friend
 nannied for the summer; one got a job on a farm in New Zealand; others
 became raft guides and transitioned to ski instructors. We didn't think our
 first job was important; it was just a job and would eventually, meanderingly
 lead to The Job.
 But these students were convinced that their first job out of college would not
 only determine their career trajectory, but also their intrinsic value for the
 rest of their lives. I told one student, whose dozens of internship and
 fellowship applications yielded no results, that she should move somewhere
 fun, get any job, and figure out what interests her and what kind of work she
 doesn't want to do - a suggestion that prompted wailing. "But what'll I tell
 my parents?" she said. "I want a cool job I'm passionate about!"

 Those expectations encapsulate the millennial rearing project, in which
 students internalize the need to find employment that reflects well on their
 parents (steady, decently paying, recognizable as a "good job") that's also
 impressive to their peers (at a "cool" company) and fulfills what they've been
 told has been the end goal of all of this childhood optimization: doing work
 that you're passionate about. Whether that job is as a professional sports
 player, a Patagonia social media manager, a programmer at a startup, or a
 partner at a law firm seems to matter less than checking all of those boxes.

 What's worse, the feeling of accomplishment that follows an exhausting task
 passing the final! Finishing the massive work project! - never comes. "The
 exhaustion experienced in burnout combines an intense yearning for this
 state of completion with the tormenting sense that it cannot be attained
 that there is always some demand or anxiety or distraction which can't be
 silenced," Josh Cohen, a psychoanalyst specializing in burnout, writes. "You
josieandthepussycatsofficial:

reading this article is like staring into a mirror
https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/annehelenpetersen/millennials-burnout-generation-debt-work

josieandthepussycatsofficial: reading this article is like staring into a mirror https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/annehelenpetersen/...

fellowship: My oil painting of the Fellowship of the Ring
fellowship: My oil painting of the Fellowship of the Ring

My oil painting of the Fellowship of the Ring

fellowship: hobbit-hole if i had to get in a fistfight with any member of the fellowship it would be Frodo because i would easily win hobbit-hole all i am saying is that he would ostensibly be the easiest one to take on in a fight given that he's like three feet tall and has led a life of (physical) leisure compared to all of the others due to his standing as a gentlehobbit legolas, aragorn, and gimli are all used to combat, sam works as a gardener merry and pippin often gallivant off and get into mischief so they have the advantage of experience in whatever it is they've gotten up to/would possibly fight dirty, gandalf is gandalf so while weapons are out of the question i suppose that depends on if magic is involved. i don't think i could take him without magic even if he is old because he's a very large guy, but maybe it would be my knuckles against Frodo's baby soft poet hands, plus rve got the additional height and fighting experience. i just think that he would be the easiest to win against in hand-to-hand combat out of the rest of them. also he isn't real so he can't offer a rebuttal to my claim penny-anna you're absolutely correct BUT wanting to fight Frodo makes you a monster D hobbit-hole this has nothing to do with WANTING to fight Frodo, i just think he would be easiest for me to beat in a fight with no weapons. unless he utilized his very large feet, but i think he's too polite to do that because it's a fist fight and that would be considered playing dirty penny anna for someone who doesn't want to fight Frodo you sure have put a lot of thought into fighting Frodo. animate-mush OP is wrong though: you fight Pippin. First off, Pippin has it coming, so you won't be fighting your conscience at the same time Secondly, Pippin is a spoiled rich kid. He's no less gentry than Frodo is, but Frodo works out and is shown to have better stamina, at least at the outset. Pippin is also both the stupidest and the slowest of the hobbits. They both nearly beat one (1) troll, so that's comparable, but Pippin appears not to have got a single hit in against the orcs that captured them while Merry was cutting off hands like a boss. Pippin also straight-up tell Bergil that he's not a fighter Also there's a nonzero chance that Frodo will just straight up curse you (if the guilt of fighting Frodo isn't enough if a curse by itself) And, of course, if you try to fight Frodo, you will 100% end up fighting Sam, and he will wreck you (and you'll deserve it, you penny-anna Also: if you fight Frodo you'll have a very angry Sam & possibly also the entire Fellowship to deal with BUT if you fight Pippin they will probably cheer you on ainurs Bold of you to assume one could attempt to fight Pippin and NOT instantly be killed by Boromir feynites So here's the thing - you absolutely DO NOT want to try and fight Frodo or Pippin because they are going to be protected by the rest of the Fellowship which basically exists to stop asshole Big People from picking on the hobbits. Folk might talk a big game but when the chips are down, you are not going to lay a single hand on any of the hobbits. Either you'll find yourself immediately fighting all four of them or else you'll move to land your first hit and suddenly Aragorn will side-tackle you into the trees. And he probably hits like a freight train tbh. So here's what you do You fight Legolas. The thing about fist-fighting Legolas of course is that you will lose. This is not a fight you're gonna win no matter what. But Legolas has his standing competition with Gimili, so once the challenge is issued, he's not gonna let anyone else step in and fight you either. No one is liable to volunteer on his behalf, either, so you will only end up fighting the one member of the fellowship. If you are lucky he might also take his shirt off. Bonus! Anyway Legolas will mop the floor with you, but he's also already convinced you're weaker than him anyway because you're not an elf, so he's gonna go kind of easy on you And when you lose he will be all snide and superior about it, which means everyone in the fellowship is gonna sympathize with you, and Gimli will probably challenge him on your behalf afterwards, but here's the key thing You will have lost a fist-fight to an immortal warrior prince That's a way better loss to cop to than that time you tried to fistfight a pudgy gentlehobbit and got beaten to the point of unconsciousness by his gardener yeah? icescrabblerjerky okay so tolkien tumblr is fast becoming my fave tumblr community thank you thank you all you are the true fellowship here. Source:hobbit-hole #mmmmmmmmmmhmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 32,148 notes The Tolkien discourse is getting violent
fellowship: hobbit-hole
 if i had to get in a fistfight with any member of the fellowship it would be Frodo
 because i would easily win
 hobbit-hole
 all i am saying is that he would ostensibly be the easiest one to take on in a fight
 given that he's like three feet tall and has led a life of (physical) leisure
 compared to all of the others due to his standing as a gentlehobbit
 legolas, aragorn, and gimli are all used to combat, sam works as a gardener
 merry and pippin often gallivant off and get into mischief so they have the
 advantage of experience in whatever it is they've gotten up to/would possibly
 fight dirty, gandalf is gandalf so while weapons are out of the question i suppose
 that depends on if magic is involved. i don't think i could take him without magic
 even if he is old because he's a very large guy, but maybe
 it would be my knuckles against Frodo's baby soft poet hands, plus rve got the
 additional height and fighting experience. i just think that he would be the easiest
 to win against in hand-to-hand combat out of the rest of them. also he isn't real
 so he can't offer a rebuttal to my claim
 penny-anna
 you're absolutely correct BUT wanting to fight Frodo makes you a monster D
 hobbit-hole
 this has nothing to do with WANTING to fight Frodo, i just think he would be
 easiest for me to beat in a fight with no weapons. unless he utilized his very
 large feet, but i think he's too polite to do that because it's a fist fight and that
 would be considered playing dirty
 penny anna
 for someone who doesn't want to fight Frodo you sure have put a lot of thought
 into fighting Frodo.
 animate-mush
 OP is wrong though: you fight Pippin.
 First off, Pippin has it coming, so you won't be fighting your conscience at the
 same time
 Secondly, Pippin is a spoiled rich kid. He's no less gentry than Frodo is, but
 Frodo works out and is shown to have better stamina, at least at the outset.
 Pippin is also both the stupidest and the slowest of the hobbits. They both nearly
 beat one (1) troll, so that's comparable, but Pippin appears not to have got a
 single hit in against the orcs that captured them while Merry was cutting off
 hands like a boss. Pippin also straight-up tell Bergil that he's not a fighter
 Also there's a nonzero chance that Frodo will just straight up curse you (if the
 guilt of fighting Frodo isn't enough if a curse by itself)
 And, of course, if you try to fight Frodo, you will 100% end up fighting Sam, and
 he will wreck you (and you'll deserve it, you
 penny-anna
 Also: if you fight Frodo you'll have a very angry Sam & possibly also the entire
 Fellowship to deal with BUT if you fight Pippin they will probably cheer you on
 ainurs
 Bold of you to assume one could attempt to fight Pippin and NOT instantly be
 killed by Boromir
 feynites
 So here's the thing - you absolutely DO NOT want to try and fight Frodo or
 Pippin because they are going to be protected by the rest of the Fellowship
 which basically exists to stop asshole Big People from picking on the hobbits.
 Folk might talk a big game but when the chips are down, you are not going to lay
 a single hand on any of the hobbits. Either you'll find yourself immediately
 fighting all four of them or else you'll move to land your first hit and suddenly
 Aragorn will side-tackle you into the trees. And he probably hits like a freight
 train tbh.
 So here's what you do
 You fight Legolas.
 The thing about fist-fighting Legolas of course is that you will lose. This is not a
 fight you're gonna win no matter what. But Legolas has his standing competition
 with Gimili, so once the challenge is issued, he's not gonna let anyone else step
 in and fight you either. No one is liable to volunteer on his behalf, either, so you
 will only end up fighting the one member of the fellowship. If you are lucky he
 might also take his shirt off. Bonus!
 Anyway
 Legolas will mop the floor with you, but he's also already convinced you're
 weaker than him anyway because you're not an elf, so he's gonna go kind of
 easy on you And when you lose he will be all snide and superior about it, which
 means everyone in the fellowship is gonna sympathize with you, and Gimli will
 probably challenge him on your behalf afterwards, but here's the key thing
 You will have lost a fist-fight to an immortal warrior prince
 That's a way better loss to cop to than that time you tried to fistfight a pudgy
 gentlehobbit and got beaten to the point of unconsciousness by his gardener
 yeah?
 icescrabblerjerky
 okay so tolkien tumblr is fast becoming my fave tumblr community thank you
 thank you all you are the true fellowship here.
 Source:hobbit-hole #mmmmmmmmmmhmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
 32,148 notes
The Tolkien discourse is getting violent

The Tolkien discourse is getting violent

fellowship: thrandilf: baboushkat: peterfromtexas: UCF two tallest volleyball players and shortest cheerleader its like they’re not even the same species.
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baboushkat:

peterfromtexas:

UCF two tallest volleyball players and shortest cheerleader

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fellowship: takennnvworst wound at this par, having ooked my last upon thatHaugh henceforth I will call nothing fai which is fairest. iniess it be her gift to me ased her for one hair from her golden head. What was it? She gave me three This is my favorite fucking scene If you've read the Simarillion, you know who Feanor was. If you don't, Feanor was the dickhead who created the Silmarils three indescibably beautiful and magical jewels that contained the light and essence of the world before it became flawed. They were the catalyst for basically every important thing that happened in the First Age of Middle Earth It is thought that the inspiration for the Silmarils came to Feanor from the sight of Galadriel's shining. silver-gold hair He begged her three times for single strand of her beautiful hair. And every time Galadriel refused him. Even when she was young. Galadriels ability to see into other's hearts was very strong, and she knew that Feanor was illed with nothing but fire and greed Fast forward to the end of the Third Age Gimli, visiting Lorien, is also struck by Galadriel's beauty. During the scene where she's passing out her parting gifts to the Fellowship. Galadriel stops empty-handed in front of Gimli, because she doesn t know what to offer a Dwarf Gimli tells her no gold, no treasure.just a single strand of hair to remember her beauty by She gives him three. Three. And this is why Gimli gets to be an Elf Friend, people Because Galadriel looks at him and thinks he deserves what she refused the greatest Elf who ever lived and then twice that. And because he has no idea of the significance of what she's just given him, but he's going to treasure it the rest of his life anyway Just look at that smile on Legolas's face in the last panel. He gets it. He knows the backstory. And I'm pretty sure this is the moment he reconsiders whether Elves and Dwarves can't be friends after all Everyone look at this great fucking post maire awesome pictures at THEMETAPICTURE.COM Not mine but wow
fellowship: takennnvworst wound at this
 par, having ooked my last upon thatHaugh henceforth I will call nothing fai
 which is fairest.
 iniess it be her gift to me
 ased her for one hair from
 her golden head.
 What was it?
 She gave me three
 This is my favorite fucking scene
 If you've read the Simarillion, you know who Feanor was. If you don't, Feanor was the dickhead who
 created the Silmarils three indescibably beautiful and magical jewels that contained the light and
 essence of the world before it became flawed. They were the catalyst for basically every important
 thing that happened in the First Age of Middle Earth
 It is thought that the inspiration for the Silmarils came to Feanor from the sight of Galadriel's shining.
 silver-gold hair
 He begged her three times for single strand of her beautiful hair. And every time Galadriel refused
 him. Even when she was young. Galadriels ability to see into other's hearts was very strong, and she
 knew that Feanor was illed with nothing but fire and greed
 Fast forward to the end of the Third Age
 Gimli, visiting Lorien, is also struck by Galadriel's beauty. During the scene where she's passing out
 her parting gifts to the Fellowship. Galadriel stops empty-handed in front of Gimli, because she
 doesn t know what to offer a Dwarf Gimli tells her no gold, no treasure.just a single strand of hair
 to remember her beauty by
 She gives him three. Three.
 And this is why Gimli gets to be an Elf Friend, people Because Galadriel looks at him and thinks he
 deserves what she refused the greatest Elf who ever lived and then twice that. And because he
 has no idea of the significance of what she's just given him, but he's going to treasure it the rest of
 his life anyway
 Just look at that smile on Legolas's face in the last panel. He gets it. He knows the backstory. And
 I'm pretty sure this is the moment he reconsiders whether Elves and Dwarves can't be friends after
 all
 Everyone look at this great fucking post
 maire awesome pictures at THEMETAPICTURE.COM
Not mine but wow

Not mine but wow

fellowship: In The Hobbit, Ori is wearing the same scarf that he has in The Fellowship of the Ring.
fellowship: In The Hobbit, Ori is wearing the same scarf that he has in The Fellowship of the Ring.

In The Hobbit, Ori is wearing the same scarf that he has in The Fellowship of the Ring.

fellowship: EDOM FROM WANT FREEDOM FROM <p>Black history month day 7: Sculptor Selma Hortense Burke.</p> <p>Selma Burke was born in 1900 in Mooresville North Carolina. The 10th child of an AME church minister, she grew up attending a one room segregated schoolhouse and playing with the riverbed clay near her home. This was what first piqued her interest in sculpture. Her mother thought she should pursue a more financially stable career than one as an artist, but her grandmother was a painter and encouraged her interests.</p> <p>Burke attended Winston-Salem University and graduated from St. Agnes Training School for Nurses in Raleigh in 1924. She moved to Harlem to become a private nurse, and it was there that she began a tumultuous relationship with Jamaican poet Claude McKay and was first exposed to the Harlem Renaissance. </p> <p>Twice Burke traveled to Europe in the 1930s. Once on a Rosenwald fellowship to study sculpture in Vienna for a year, and once to study in Paris with Aristide Maillol. One of her most significant works from this period is &ldquo;Frau Keller&rdquo; (1937), a portrait of a German-Jewish woman in response to the rising Nazi threat which would convince Burke to leave Europe later that year.</p> <p>We she returned to the United States, Burke enrolled at Columbia University, where she earned her Master of Fine Arts degree in 1941.</p> <p>She is pictured here with two of her most famous pieces: A bust of Booker T. Washington, given to Frederick Douglass High School in Manhattan in 1936, and a relief sculpture of President Franklin D. Roosevelt that serves as the template for the American dime to this day.</p>
fellowship: EDOM FROM WANT FREEDOM FROM
<p>Black history month day 7: Sculptor Selma Hortense Burke.</p>

<p>Selma Burke was born in 1900 in Mooresville North Carolina. The 10th child of an AME church minister, she grew up attending a one room segregated schoolhouse and playing with the riverbed clay near her home. This was what first piqued her interest in sculpture. Her mother thought she should pursue a more financially stable career than one as an artist, but her grandmother was a painter and encouraged her interests.</p>

<p>Burke attended Winston-Salem University and graduated from St. Agnes Training School for Nurses in Raleigh in 1924. She moved to Harlem to become a private nurse, and it was there that she began a tumultuous relationship with Jamaican poet Claude McKay and was first exposed to the Harlem Renaissance. </p>

<p>Twice Burke traveled to Europe in the 1930s. Once on a Rosenwald fellowship to study sculpture in Vienna for a year, and once to study in Paris with Aristide Maillol. One of her most significant works from this period is &ldquo;Frau Keller&rdquo; (1937), a portrait of a German-Jewish woman in response to the rising Nazi threat which would convince Burke to leave Europe later that year.</p>

<p>We she returned to the United States, Burke enrolled at Columbia University, where she earned her Master of Fine Arts degree in 1941.</p>

<p>She is pictured here with two of her most famous pieces: A bust of Booker T. Washington, given to Frederick Douglass High School in Manhattan in 1936, and a relief sculpture of President Franklin D. Roosevelt that serves as the template for the American dime to this day.</p>

<p>Black history month day 7: Sculptor Selma Hortense Burke.</p> <p>Selma Burke was born in 1900 in Mooresville North Carolina. The 10th...

fellowship: neuxue Okay I know we always go on about Marvel's uncanny casting ability But if you thought they were the only ones, let me draw your attention to this man Viggo Mortensen, aka Aragorn son of Arathorn Earth would hike, often for more than a day, to remote filming locations, in costume, for the sake of authenticity was the best swordsman Bob Anderson (swordsmaster/instructor for LotR, Pirates of the Caribbean, etc) says he has ever trained occasionally writes poetry (more book!canon than film!canon but um hello) . does all his own stunts lived all over and speaks about 23940209384 languages you know that scene at the end of Fellowship when he's fighting the Uruk- hai? And one throws a dagger at him and he hits it away with his sword? Yeah, the guy who threw it was supposed to miss, but accidentally threw it directly at Viggo. Who just casually Aragorned and hit it away They actually cast Aragorn to play Aragorn obtrta Can I just add a few things? Would randomly give chocolates to the hobbits According to John Rhys-Davis (aka Gimli), whenever you have a large cast, one or two actors will naturally become the leaders. Guess who ended up in that role Single-handedly convinced cast and crew to camp out to shoot a scene in the sunrise Once hit a wild rabbit with his car by accident. Promptly stopped his car and went to see if the rabbit was dead, needed a vet or if the only merciful thing to do was to finish killing him. The rabbit was dead. Viggo realized he was hungry. So he took the rabbit, made a fire by the roadside and ate it. According to cast and crew, sometimes you'd just see him disappear in the middle of the night and suddenly he'd come back with fish he'd caught Had his sword with him at all times. Slept with once . The best horse rider of the cast, hands down. Rides better than lots of pros, according to a horse trainer. Couldn't bear to part with his horse at the end of the shooting, so he bough him. The next movie of his also involved horses, and he bought his horse in that one, too Knows how to survive in the wild. I'm not kidding Hand-stitched a few things in his costume for an authentic "l live away from civilization" Ranger feel. Also told the weapons department to make him a small bow because "Aragorn lives in the wild, he needs a hunting bow, or he'll starve to death- literally nobody else had thought about that Also requested a small stone to sharpen his sword. Suggested that Aragorn would take Boromir's arm guards after his death. Speaking of hand-stitching, once he was touring Japan with a reporter for an article. Walked into a store, took a tshirt, bought it, cut off the print and hand-stitched it into the hat he was wearing. The reporter was going "?????????" the entire time o Peter Jackson literally sometimes called him Aragorn by accident mybrainrots Reblogging to add that Viggo wasn't their first choice. They were already into filming when they realized whoever they had cast was not the right choice. How lucky did they get that Viggo was available on no notice? spectralarchers The original actor they cast as Aragorn was Stuart Townsend, and a day before shooting began, they realized he was too young for the role When Peter Jackson called up Viggo Mortensen to ask, Viggo didn't answer at first and said he'd call the next day to give his answer. When he asked his son Henry about it, Henry told him to take the job as Henry was a big fan of the series Henry went on to cameo as an orc in the Pelenor battle earinafae I didn't think I could love this man anymore, but here I go He is Aragorn, son of Arathorn. You owe him your allegiance.
fellowship: neuxue
 Okay I know we always go on about Marvel's uncanny casting ability
 But if you thought they were the only ones, let me draw your attention to this
 man
 Viggo Mortensen, aka Aragorn son of Arathorn
 Earth
 would hike, often for more than a day, to remote filming locations, in
 costume, for the sake of authenticity
 was the best swordsman Bob Anderson (swordsmaster/instructor for
 LotR, Pirates of the Caribbean, etc) says he has ever trained
 occasionally writes poetry (more book!canon than film!canon but um hello)
 . does all his own stunts
 lived all over and speaks about 23940209384 languages
 you know that scene at the end of Fellowship when he's fighting the Uruk-
 hai? And one throws a dagger at him and he hits it away with his sword?
 Yeah, the guy who threw it was supposed to miss, but accidentally threw it
 directly at Viggo. Who just casually Aragorned and hit it away
 They actually cast Aragorn to play Aragorn
 obtrta
 Can I just add a few things?
 Would randomly give chocolates to the hobbits
 According to John Rhys-Davis (aka Gimli), whenever you have a large
 cast, one or two actors will naturally become the leaders. Guess who
 ended up in that role
 Single-handedly convinced cast and crew to camp out to shoot a scene in
 the sunrise
 Once hit a wild rabbit with his car by accident. Promptly stopped his car
 and went to see if the rabbit was dead, needed a vet or if the only merciful
 thing to do was to finish killing him. The rabbit was dead. Viggo realized
 he was hungry. So he took the rabbit, made a fire by the roadside and ate
 it.
 According to cast and crew, sometimes you'd just see him disappear in
 the middle of the night and suddenly he'd come back with fish he'd caught
 Had his sword with him at all times. Slept with once
 . The best horse rider of the cast, hands down. Rides better than lots of
 pros, according to a horse trainer. Couldn't bear to part with his horse at
 the end of the shooting, so he bough him. The next movie of his also
 involved horses, and he bought his horse in that one, too
 Knows how to survive in the wild. I'm not kidding
 Hand-stitched a few things in his costume for an authentic "l live away
 from civilization" Ranger feel. Also told the weapons department to make
 him a small bow because "Aragorn lives in the wild, he needs a hunting
 bow, or he'll starve to death- literally nobody else had thought about that
 Also requested a small stone to sharpen his sword. Suggested that
 Aragorn would take Boromir's arm guards after his death.
 Speaking of hand-stitching, once he was touring Japan with a
 reporter for an article. Walked into a store, took a tshirt, bought it,
 cut off the print and hand-stitched it into the hat he was wearing. The
 reporter was going "?????????" the entire time
 o
 Peter Jackson literally sometimes called him Aragorn by accident
 mybrainrots
 Reblogging to add that Viggo wasn't their first choice. They were already into
 filming when they realized whoever they had cast was not the right choice. How
 lucky did they get that Viggo was available on no notice?
 spectralarchers
 The original actor they cast as Aragorn was Stuart Townsend, and a day before
 shooting began, they realized he was too young for the role
 When Peter Jackson called up Viggo Mortensen to ask, Viggo didn't answer at
 first and said he'd call the next day to give his answer. When he asked his son
 Henry about it, Henry told him to take the job as Henry was a big fan of the
 series
 Henry went on to cameo as an orc in the Pelenor battle
 earinafae
 I didn't think I could love this man anymore, but here I go
He is Aragorn, son of Arathorn. You owe him your allegiance.

He is Aragorn, son of Arathorn. You owe him your allegiance.