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Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and other celebs transformed into Gollum from The Hobbit

Patrick Kolan
Monday, December 17, 2012
Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and other celebs transformed into Gollum from <i>The Hobbit</i>
How do feel about not sleeping for the next, oh, year or so? Check out some of these truly horrifying visions of Hollywood celebrities transformed into Gollum-like versions of themselves. Mildly disturbing.

Hollywood.com spent a few productive (?) hours putting together a gallery of Gollumised celebs to celebrate the release of The Hobbit, which is opening in Aussie cinemas on Boxing Day.

Rather than a crack team of effects artists, however, image editing software is behind these monstrosities. The technology finds the halfway point between Gollum and the original celebrity face, with a little photo manipulation for good measure.

Aside from Brad and Angelina above, Rihanna also gets the Middle-earth treatment.


Can you name this celebrity couple?

In pics: The Hobbit world premiere — Amazing fan outfits!

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