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Meet Hobbit Dwarves Fili and Kili

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We are slowly introducing you to the entire Dwarf crew, clump by clump, of just what to expect them to look like when first The Hobbit movie is released next year.  You have already seen 5, armored up, with their weapon of choice.  Today we introduce you to Fili and Kili, brothers on the journey.

As you can see from the picture, not all Dwarves will possess “hard” faces, as did Gimli.  Some are actually appearing to have some charm to them, which is unheard of with the Dwarven people.  Fili and Kili (played by Dean O’Gorman and Aiden Turner) are an important part to Bilbo’s Journey and, as you can see from the picture, can wield the sword (and the bow) in battle.  We will keep you updated with all the Hobbit news.

What do you think of The Dwarf look so far.  Discuss them in our Hobbit forum (link below).

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  • Guest

    they dont look very dwarvish…

  • Natinna

    Kili looks more like an elf, they look magnificent,  can’t wait to see the others!
    Thank you for all the effort you put into this movie in advance.

  • Natinna

    Kili looks more like an elf, they look magnificent,  can’t wait to see the others!
    Thank you for all the effort you put into this movie in advance.

  • Natinna

    Kili looks more like an elf, they look magnificent,  can’t wait to see the others!
    Thank you for all the effort you put into this movie in advance.

  • Burrows

    They look great — but not what i imagined a Tolkien Dwarf looks like.  Not very short and stocky.  More like humans, really.  What’s the deal?

  • Burrows

    They look great — but not what i imagined a Tolkien Dwarf looks like.  Not very short and stocky.  More like humans, really.  What’s the deal?

  • Burrows

    They look great — but not what i imagined a Tolkien Dwarf looks like.  Not very short and stocky.  More like humans, really.  What’s the deal?

  • Dyguren

    they lack of beard….they don’t look very dwarvish as the comment below…awesome looks but needs to look MORE dwarvish

  • Riley

    Darn, I kinda wanted them to all look the same, just a clone of Gimli! What’s with all the uniqueness??? Come on! Just have John Rhys Davies play all 13, Nutty Professor style.

  • Riley

    Darn, I kinda wanted them to all look the same, just a clone of Gimli! What’s with all the uniqueness??? Come on! Just have John Rhys Davies play all 13, Nutty Professor style.

  • Glaurung

    I think the best one until now is Oin followed by Nori (his difference really works in my oppinion). They should all look more hard. The ones that really appear so are Oin, Gloin and Nori.

  • Eowyn

    Dwarves supposed to be short and strong and these ones are more like hobbits with an elvish style…

  • Photonuno

    they don’t look like dwarves at all!! is this a joke ?

  • Coda

    I wanna see Bifur and Bombur. He must be huuuugggggeeee…. 😀

  • No

    Why do they look like this? They would match in Twilight, but not in The Hobbit….

  • Bigbytez

    Your kidding right? These are not dwarfs at all…whats going on over there? What happened to short, fat, and hairy?

  • The one with the black hair looks more like an elvish warrior. He’s hot! And dwarves aren’t really supposed to be that attractive, right? I never thought, I’d ever say “what a hot dwarf!”

  • The long beard is a clear detail in the hobbit. More than once the story repeats the fact that the dwarfs have long beards. Now where the hell is it? Not very dwarf really. 

  • Dragonflyart101

    Although the characters that are being presented look good, they just do not represent dwarves as I interpreted them to look according to Tolkien. A dwarf should be of shorter stature, sturdy, and stout. These guys are handsome and one even a little sexy and that is certainly NOT how I pictured Fili and Kili.  That being said, I’m sure I will love the film and find it very entertaining despite the fact that it not true to the book.

  • Cristian

    I would add thick beard and eyebrows and put on some weight on their bellies and that would be ok, at least for me…

  • Mantonio

    is a little skinny to be a ddwarf or not?

  • Anonymous

    I’m hoping they show us a few FEMALE dwarves, even if they’re just waving goodbye at their men.

  • Racquelquiachon

    is elija wood still in this movie??

  • Benjo_182

    As per all the comments below, need to be shorter and rougher! My main fear with the dwarves in the hobbit is that they end up just being there for comic relief as Gimli was in LOTR. I know the hobbit was originally a childersn book but please Peter Jackson make them a little harder, we dont want 13 fairies running around the place.

  • Morganltd

    This is downright disturbing. I heard of artistic license but…no beard! No. No. No. Not acceptable PJ. Try again please!?!

  • Peter

    Yep, the youngest Dwarves in Thorin’s party. 

  • Eugenia

    I would say they are elvish but dressed in black instead of the white..These 2 seem neither hobbitish, nor dwarvish to me.
     

  • Xsamxbulletsx

    Fili and Kili were the youngest of the group. They don’t look that dwarvish, yeah, but I know they’ll surely behave like ones.

  • Alejandro González

    I think it should be possible to have Gimli clones, but with uniqueness at the same time. This “dwarves” are not dwarves, and they are not the solution.

  • Ray

    At first I thought that they didn’t look very dwarvish, but after looking to the others I was reminded that these two are meant to be teenagers. It’s their first advanture, and although they appear to look like dashing man to us, they are almost kids for dwarves. Many of the other older dwarves will have more carved faces, longer beards and stalkyer builds.
    Things are looking great to me! Keep it up!

  • Youarehobbit

    It annoys me people saying that these two are supposed to be teenagers, Fili is in his 80’s and Kili in his 70’s at the time of this story. Yes that is young for a dwarf but living in middle earth for that long would have quite a big impact on the appearance of a mortal. I could overlook the slenderness and such but the lack of beards is really frustrating… Fili is said to cut off most of his beard after being freed from the spiders webs in Mirkwood… looking at the above picture that wouldn’t be so demoralizing.

  • anon

    LOVE them, I was worried I wouldn’t be able to tell all the dwarves apart, I’m so happy to see they’ve all got very distinctive “looks”

  • Ray

    Besides, elves are hundreds of years old and they don’t have wrincly faces. Who sais these two teens need to be. The other, older dwarves will have longer beards, more sculpted faces and stalkyer builds. So do not fear fat dwarf fans!
    Psh! And it’s racist to say that all dwarves look the same! Humans don’t, why scould dwarves!
    I kid, but talking seriusly, I think they are doing a really god job, I can’t wait to see the end result.

  • Youarehobbit

     @Ray. Elves are immortal magical beings and don’t age, Dwarves are mortal and do. Besides you’re forgetting that these are fantasy dwarves not real dwarfs that you would see in real life so of course they can all look similar If the author wishes because he created them. What next? reediting the ring wraiths to have different coloured robes?

  • Dmitri

    perhaps, they look too young for dvarves

  • Damn Aiden, you make one sexy dwarf..

  • Damn Aiden, you make one sexy dwarf..

  • 1pokec1

    Omg I want to see dwarf ! this two guys looks like some crazy half-elfs

  • Anonymous

    That statement isn’t accurate to Tolkien lore at all.

  • Anonymous

    That’s because no great film can ever be a direct copy of the book. Two completely different mediums which aren’t directly compatible. Flow, pace, character development, linear plot lines, etc. It just doesn’t work the same for both.

    But they will be “TRUE” to the book, because they will capture all of the charm, and character of the Middle Earth we know and love.

    Tolkien also never stated that all Dwarves were built exactly the same. Especially the younger ones.

  • Anonymous

    This team has done a masterful job of giving each Dwarf a very unique
    appearance without making them feel as though they come from anywhere
    other than Middle Earth. It’s heart-warming to see that it wasn’t a
    bunch of copy-and-paste Gimli’s out there. Beautiful work!

  • Ray

    The movies are beeing filmend and I’m so excited. I love each and every one of the dwarves. I’m happy they decided to not make them all look the same. Sure…a few people will be angry, but overall I hope this will be an amazing success! Don’t worry hairy dwarf fans. Check out the most recent official Blog and you’ll see that most of the dwarves will be to your liking. They look fantastic.

  • Ray

    The movies are beeing filmend and I’m so excited. I love each and every one of the dwarves. I’m happy they decided to not make them all look the same. Sure…a few people will be angry, but overall I hope this will be an amazing success! Don’t worry hairy dwarf fans. Check out the most recent official Blog and you’ll see that most of the dwarves will be to your liking. They look fantastic.

  • Ray

    Nah, even though they are fantacy does not mean they need to be without personality, in fact I argue they should have more. Dwarves are though! A few years wont make them look like old men! 😛
    No but I still like the way this was done. Besides, the film would have become very dull had they all looked the same :P.

    Check out the most recent official blog, it’s really nice and shows the completed version of all the dwarves. Alright…nice is an understatement. It’s GREAT! I can’t wait to see the movie.

  • Princessniknak

    i love them!what fantastic costumes.aidan turner is certainly the hottest dwarf ive ever seen…….don’t listen to the haters,they look fab.x

  • Guest

    Actually, I don’t mind it much since they, (Fili and Kili) are the youngest of the dwarves in the book and when you look at the picture with all of the dwarves together, they do fit in with the rest while “looking” their age.

  • Mr.Jackson is outing the dwarves. 

  • Michelle

    Film is a visual medium, and therefore it can not in all honesty adhere to the EXACT specifications in the novel. I for one am looking forward to Peter Jackson’s artistic interpretation of ‘The Hobbit’. I am sure that I will love it as much as his interpretation of LOTR. If I need to ‘splice in’ some scenes, I can always adjust them in my imagination, and read the novels, again! Identical Gimli style dwarves walking across Middle Earth is a nice idea in a novel, but for a two hour film, may become a little hard to take. I like the ‘young’ dwarves! Who says all dwarves must look ugly? If the women looked like these lads, with only ‘lite’ beards, perhaps the women are prettier than Aragorn described? 

  • Ladymare

    They are absolutely perfect and give a new vision to the Tolkien characters. The uniqueness of the style of the dwarves only serves to broaden the view of the creatures present in Middle-Earth thus making them more diverse.

  • People need to relax. There’s 13 dwarves and two/three of them lacks real beards. So what? I’d say I expected Thorin to look older and with beard since he’s well older, but the brothers are younger so I’d buy that they’re a little different. It’s also refreshing and important to make each dwarf their own character. What works in the books doesn’t nececcary look good on screen. people keep forgetting that
    Yes I agree Kili in particular looks half elfish and slim, but hey – aren’t those two supposed to be the more active of the bunch?