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Evangeline Lilly Throws On The Elf Ears

 

U.S. Release Date: 12/13/13

Posted: 12/12/13

 

LillyFor Evangeline Lilly, the opportunity to throw on Elf ears for director Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug was a double edged sword.

The actress, best known for her role as Kate Austen on TV’s Lost, was a life long fan of J.R.R. Tolkien, the author of the three novels upon which the movie trilogy is based, so the chance to enter the world of Orcs, Hobbits and other creatures was a blessing.

On the other hand, she discovered that Turiel, her Elfy persona, was not in the original books.  The character had, it turned out, been created specifically for the movie.

“I took a big gulp and thought ‘The fans will hate me,’ ” she recalled during a recent press conference.

However, after conversations with Jackson, Lilly realised that a strong bad ass female Elf – highly skilled in the use of daggers and a bow and arrow – was essential for today’s moviegoing females.

“I knew it was the right thing to do,” she said.  “You know, Tolkien wrote this novel in 1937.  To his defence, the world is a different place today.  Putting nine hours of cinema entertainment in the theatres for young girls to go and watch, without having one female character, is subliminally telling them ‘You don’t count, you’re not important and you’re not pivotal to the story.’ ”

Lilly says Jackson and his fellow filmmakers – including screenwriter Philips Boyens – were “brave” and “bright” to bring Turiel into Middle Earth – the setting of Tolkien’s universe.

“The appeal is not just for the young female audience – it applies to women my own age as well.  It’s time we stopped making stories only about heroic men.”

When the Hobbit trilogy – shot in New Zealand – entered production in 2011, the Canadian actress had practically retired from the limelight.  She was living a quite life in Hawaii, alongside boyfriend Norman Kali, and raising her son Kahekili, now aged two.

“I was very far off the grid so Peter couldn’t reach me when he wanted to talk to me about this role,” Lilly recalled. “Coincidentally, a member of the production team used to work with my partner, so he {my partner} got a text message one day saying ‘Peter Jackson is trying to reach Evangeline.  Do you think she might be able to pick up the phone?’”  Shortly after that, Peter was finally able to reach me.”

Lilly had not worked for approximately five years, but a longtime dream of being an Elf prevented her from taking a raincheck on the project.

“There was an incredible amount of satisfaction and dream realisation when I first got to see myself as an Elf.  But I am also very self critical – so it’s very hard for me to give anything I do a stamp of approval without seeing what I did wrong and what didn’t work.  But just the visual, the ears and wig, was very exciting.”

Like her fellow cast members, who had signed on to play elves, Lilly trained extensively with the film’s choreographer, Terry Notary, in order to perfect her character’s graceful gait, and worked with the stunt team on her fight moments.

“I went through five different types of training. I did stunt training, movement training, weapons, diving training and language training. In the weapons training there were two different weapons, I had double daggers and a bow and arrow.”

She adds:

“One of the great kids of CGI {computer generated images} and working with the imagination is that you can imagine you are much more talented than you really are.  If you can imagine it, it will appear real with Peter Jackson’s magic CGI brush.”

 

Studio: Warner Bros

Director: Peter Jackson

Stars: Benedict Cumberbatch, Evangeline Lilly, Lee Pace, Luke Evans, Stephen Fry, Ken Stott, James Nesbitt, Orlando Bloom, Mikael Persbrandt, Sylvester McCoy, Aidan Turner, Dean O’Gorman, Graham McTavish, Adam Brown, Peter Hambleton, John Callen,
Mark Hadlow, Jed Brophy, William Kircher, Stephen Hunter, Ryan Gage, John Bell, Manu Bennett and Lawrence Makoare

Screenwriters: Fran Walsh & Philippa Boyens & Peter Jackson & Guillermo del Toro, based on the novel by J.R.R. Tolkien.

Producers: Peter Jackson, Carolynne Cunningham, Zane Weiner and Fran Walsh

Executive Producers: Alan Horn, Toby Emmerich, Ken Kamins and Carolyn Blackwood

Co-Producers: Philippa Boyens and Eileen Moran

Image Info: Evangeline Lilly as Turiel.   Copyright: © 2013 WARNER BROS. ENTERTAINMENT INC. AND METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER PICTURES INC.

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