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Premiered at the Embassy Theater in New Zealand, 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' garners rave reviews for its stunning visuals in 48 frames per second technology.
The 'Real Steel' actress opens up that her character in 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' is actually 'the head of the Elven guard' who is also a lethal and deadly warrior.
Telling Jay Leno the story of how she got her revenge on a customer who got under her skin, the 'Real Steel' actress says she saved up all of her gas before letting it rip right in the guy's face.
The 'Real Steel' actress shares that she has done some painful training sessions in preparation to play Tauriel in the much awaited movie, 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey'.
Lilly dazzles in a white flowing gown, while Jackman looks sleek in a dark suit as they hit the red carpet that also sees celebrity guests like Chord Overstreet, Nikki Reed and Matt Lanter.
Director Peter Jackson has announced that Evangeline Lilly, the Kate Austen of the ABC drama series, has been cast as Tauriel in his forthcoming films.
The 'Lost' alumna who is very secretive of her personal life was recently seen with a baby while shopping.
The former 'Lost' beauty has been snapped sporting a baby bump while being out and about in Hawaii recently, but stays mum about it.
Six years in the TV show, Lilly has just found love in production assistant Norman Kali who once dated Lisa Edelstein.
Completing her role in the TV sci-fi, the actress has signed up for the role as Hugh Jackman's friend in the film by Steven Spielberg.
Evangeline Lilly, who has stolen a letter written to Sawyer at the end of 'Lost' first season, regrets for what she has done since the letter is burned along with her house.
While the other cast are on hiatus, Emilie de Ravin and Evangeline Lilly reshot some of their joint scenes in Los Angeles lot instead of Hawaii.
There has been no detail of the pair's reported engagement, but they are said to have been working on wedding plans.
Freida Pinto and Evangeline Lilly have expressed their gratitude upon being recruited to be the new faces of cosmetics company L'Oreal.
'Lost' once again dominates the nomination list of Annual Saturn Awards that honors the work of art in horror and science fiction genre.