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I don't think I would ever call myself 'DJ Frodo'.” Unwilling to exploit his most famous character – the Hobbit in Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy – Wood simply had to sit back and take it.Yet surely erasing Frodo from our minds has been difficult?A while back, rumour circulated that Elijah Wood was DJ-ing under the name “DJ Frodo”. With his curly brown hair and saucer-like blue eyes a constant reminder of the character, “I accepted a long time ago that Frodo would be a part of my life forever,” he says. A sly joke, perhaps, at the expense of an actor who has failed to emerge from the shadow of Frodo Baggins.Understandably, he revisited Middle Earth more than once, voicing Frodo in a rather X-rated episode of the stop-motion comedy Robot Chicken, and last December fans glimpsed him in a brief cameo in The Hobbit, the first of Peter Jackson's three films taking on JRR Tolkien's prequel to Rings.“It was like stepping back into time,” he says, admitting “it was strange” to be without his fellow Hobbits Billy Boyd, Dominic Monaghan and Sean Astin, who he got so close to on the New Zealand set of Rings."He claims that's it for Frodo, and that we won't see him again in Jackson's next two Hobbit films.“I've actually done my piece, which is just the beginning of the first film. It's funny – we were doing press for The Hobbit, and I was told by Warner Brothers not to say it was the last time. But I genuinely don't think there's any more place for Frodo to exist within the framework of what they created.In all likelihood I won't be going back.”His latest film, Maniac, feels like an attempt to shake the Shire from his soul once and for all.
Despite rumours to the contrary, Wood did not end up appearing in the final as short-lived CTU director Lynn, whose memorable death scene was unfortunately overshadowed by the death of a much more long-standing character in the same episode.
More recently Astin has focused on voice work, notably in Nickelodeon's co-star Dominic Monaghan, who sent Boyd a picture of a cake covered in bees (as you do).
Boyd and Monaghan, who played inseparable hobbit duo Pippin and Merry, remain close today.
In the film, which sponsored this year’s debates, we see him beat men to bloody pulp with his bare hands.
And I’m not exaggerating for dramatic effect: when his fights are over his opponents are lumpy puddles of broken flesh.