The Wellington premiere of Fellowship
How was the experience of returning to Hobbiton with your friend Billy Boyd?
”It’s been at least 10 years, maybe 11 or 12 years, since Billy and I were both back in New Zealand together? We’ve been there individually but not at the same time.
It was great, because we were able to go to Mata Mata, where the Shire is, so Bag End, the Green Dragon where the hobbits drink, so what we were able to do was sneak into the Green Dragon and not tell the tourists we were there, and then we opened the Green Dragon to the tourists. And then when they went inside, we opened the pub up and they asked “What are you doing here?” and Billy replied back “we stay here when we’re not working! We’ve rooms above the pub.” And I mean, there were a few people who were quite emotional about it, it was great, we served them all ginger beer and served the adults ale.”
I’ve received a call to fight. A call to fight…my brother. Powers unbeknownst-t-t-ttt. Brothers. For so long. No longer.
I have been training…endlessly, tirelessly. For days.
Exhausting my chi.
Are you training like me, Dominic? Monagimegamina.
You’re looking at me and you’re thinking, “Why is he so happy?” I don’t take glee from this my friend, my brother. We were in a fellowship together, my friend.
I fear nothing…..which is quite sad.
DOMINIC MAMMAMANEGIMEANANANN. MONAGHAN. Is that what they call you?
What are you going to bring, Manchester boy? English man?
All I have to ask…where’s your Pippin now? Bitch.
Mordor doesn’t look too bad now does it?
I’ll end you.
Dominic Monaghan hitches a ride from Orlando Bloom at the Sydney premiere of Fellowship of the Ring
Dominic Monaghan and Billy Boyd at the Berlin premiere of Return of the King