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ELIJAH WOOD (Mumble) will also be seen this fall in the drama "Bobby,” in which he joins an all-star ensemble cast, including Anthony Hopkins, Demi Moore and Sharon Stone, under the direction of Emilio Estevez.

Wood starred in the trilogy of films based on The Lord of the Rings novels, by J.R.R. Tolkien, in the lead role of Frodo Baggins. Directed by Peter Jackson, the films "The Fellowship of the Ring,” "The Two Towers” and "The Return of the King” became worldwide blockbusters and, in 2004, "The Return of the King” won 11 Academy Awards, including one for Best Picture.

More recently, Wood was seen in "Everything is Illuminated,” Liev Schreiber's adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer's bestselling novel. Prior to that, Wood co-starred with Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet in the critically acclaimed off-beat drama "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” directed by Michel Gondry from a screenplay by Charlie Kaufman.

His other recent film credits include Lexi Alexander's "Green Street Hooligans”; Frank Miller's "Sin City,” directed by Robert Rodriguez and Miller; Ang Lee's "The Ice Storm”; Martin Duffy's "The Bumblebee Flies Away,” opposite Rachel Leigh Cook and Janeane Garofalo; Jeffrey Porter's "Try Seventeen,” with Franka Potente and Mandy Moore; "Ash Wednesday,” opposite Ed Burns; James Toback's "Black and White”; "The Faculty,” written by Kevin Williamson and directed by Robert Rodriguez; and Mimi Leder's "Deep Impact.” Wood also lent his voice to the animated film "The Adventures of Tom Thumb and Thumbelina,” opposite Jennifer Love Hewitt's Thumbelina.

Wood's additional film credits include Alan Shapiro's "Flipper”; Patrick Von Krusenstjerna's "Chain of Fools”; Jon Avnet's "The War,” opposite Kevin Costner; Rob Reiner's "North,” with Jason Alexander and Julia Louis-Dreyfus; Joe Ruben's "The Good Son,” opposite Macauley Culkin; Stephen Sommers' "The Adventures of Huck Finn”; Steve Miner's "Forever Young,” with Mel Gibson; Mary Agnes Donohue's "Paradise”; Richard Donner's "Radio Flyer”; Barry Levinson's "Avalon”; and Mike Figgis' "Internal Affairs,” with Richard Gere.


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