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That’s awesome – being in your panel just before, it was great to see people who are obviously fans of you other work rocking up and people of different ages too. It’s always good to see at these sorts of events, the variety of people who come together over something as iconic as this franchise, you know? I guess that’s kind of credit to Peter Jackson too you know, he’s created the film…like The Lord of the Rings, it does have a huge appeal, from kids to adults, depending on what perspective you’re approaching it from. I think that there was a lot of physical stuff that you had to get used to and get comfortable with, like the costume and the hair and holding the sword…you had to get used to working through that and then still maintain a character. You don’t want to look like you’re being swallowed up by your suit! "Now we’re doing this and now we’re doing this" – you know?I’m not reflective on it at this stage, I’m sure that in a few years, I’ll look back and be like, “Oh my God! Being an actor from New Zealand especially, The Lord of the Rings has been so integrated into culture over there now…[Laughs] Pretty much! I remember being over there when the first films were coming out and it was renamed ‘Middle Earth’ for a time! It gave New Zealand a real identity…I mean, we have had an identity, to an extent.

That’s awesome – being in your panel just before, it was great to see people who are obviously fans of you other work rocking up and people of different ages too. It’s always good to see at these sorts of events, the variety of people who come together over something as iconic as this franchise, you know? I guess that’s kind of credit to Peter Jackson too you know, he’s created the film…like The Lord of the Rings, it does have a huge appeal, from kids to adults, depending on what perspective you’re approaching it from. I think that there was a lot of physical stuff that you had to get used to and get comfortable with, like the costume and the hair and holding the sword…you had to get used to working through that and then still maintain a character. You don’t want to look like you’re being swallowed up by your suit! "Now we’re doing this and now we’re doing this" – you know?I’m not reflective on it at this stage, I’m sure that in a few years, I’ll look back and be like, “Oh my God! Being an actor from New Zealand especially, The Lord of the Rings has been so integrated into culture over there now…[Laughs] Pretty much! I remember being over there when the first films were coming out and it was renamed ‘Middle Earth’ for a time! It gave New Zealand a real identity…I mean, we have had an identity, to an extent.Okay, so obviously, The Hobbit has been doing amazing things…one of those things being giving you the opportunity to travel and attend events like Supanova. People that weren’t doing the film would tell me lots of their opinions on what this was going to do, or what this meant, but nobody really knows until things happen or not. Yeah, that’s a completely weird experience that I wouldn’t have had normally! Talking to Entertainment Tonight, on a plane with our faces on the side of it, flying into Wellington to the premiere…it’s almost like, doing The Hobbit, even the shooting of it and the promotional and publicity side associated with it, I really don’t think too much about it.