'The Hobbit' Dwarves Oin And Gloin Are Revealed In Today's New Photo

Following yesterday's reveal of a trio of dwarves from "The Hobbit" comes a brand new photo today that showcases two more of the pint-sized heroes.

Yahoo! Movies has the first look at dwarves Oin (John Callen) and Gloin (Peter Hambleton) from the two-part "Lord of the Rings" prequel. Gloin is of particular note, since he's the father of Gimli, who fans know best as one of the fellowship of the ring in Peter Jackson's original trilogy. Check 'em out below:

In the news after the jump, a new Moneypenny is cast in "Bond 23," "Uncharted: Drake's Fortune" gets a new director and a "Final Destination 5" trailer hits the web.

"Bond 23" Casts Its Moneypenny

Naomi Harris is bringing the character of Moneypenny back to the James Bond franchise, Daily Mail is reporting. She will play the fan-favorite Bond assistant alongside the returning Daniel Craig and the rumored Javier Bardem and Ralph Fiennes.

New Life Is Breathed Into "Uncharted: Drake's Fortune"

Despite the fact that David O. Russell inevitably passed on "Uncharted: Drake's Fortune" back in May, Sony is not letting the project fall by the wayside. Variety reports that "Limitless" director Neil Burger has been tapped to both write and direct the project that will likely end up being closer to the plot of the game than Russell's concept.

Death Returns In "Final Destination 5"

Death, destruction and mayhem are back for another go in the trailer for "Final Destination 5." By now you should know the drill: a lucky few cheat death, and since death doesn't like to be cheated, it comes for them in freakishly unexpected ways. The only solution? Kill someone in your place. And, as with the previous installment, we'll be getting all the gory details in 3D.

"Juan Of The Dead" Trailer Premieres

The folks over at Latino Review got their hands on the exclusive first trailer for "Juan of the Dead," which is being heralded as Cuba's first horror movie. While it's more of a social comedy and not quite a horror flick, the film spoofs the premise of "Shaun of the Dead" and shows how Cubans would react in the face of the zombie apocalypse. You can check the trailer out here.

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