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Apr14

Orlando Bloom WINS Best Fight at MTV Movie Awards 2014

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Orlando Bloom and Evangeline Lilly Win ‘Best Fight’ at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards (April 13) Orlando Bloom and Evangeline Lilly fighting the Orcs in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

Orlando accepting for himself and Evangeline Lilly who was unable to attend, Bloom accepts his award with his usual good humor and gives a great shout-out to the talented stunt orcs!

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Apr14

Orlando Bloom Visits Syrian Refugees in Jordan with UNICEF

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Orlando Bloom was with some UNICEF staff members at the Za’atari refugee camp near the Syrian border on Thursday (April 10).

Orlando spent a few days in Syria with the children and their families whose lives have been devastated by the conflict which is now in its fourth year.

“These children have witnessed more extreme violence than any child should,” Orlando said. “What is most terrifying is that they become a lost generation. Without urgently needed education, protection and psychological support, their pain and bitterness will turn into aggression years from now.”

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UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Orlando Bloom meets 
with Syrian children

NEW YORK/AMMAN, Jordan, 12 April 2014 – UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Orlando Bloom wrapped up a visit this week to Jordan where he met with children from Syria and their families whose lives have been devastated by the conflict – now in its fourth year.

“These children have witnessed more extreme violence than any child should,” said Bloom after a visit to Za’atari refugee camp near the Syrian border on Thursday.  “What is most terrifying is that they become a lost generation. Without urgently needed education, protection and psychological support their pain and bitterness will turn into aggression years from now.”

The British actor arrived in Jordan on Tuesday, 8 April. The next day he visited a Syrian family in Irbid who fled violence in Aleppo two years ago.  Like so many other families who have come to Jordan or neighboring countries, what little savings they had are gone, and life is becoming increasingly difficult.

“These are families that had lives most of us can relate to. Parents had jobs. Kids went to school and got to play. This war obliterated their lives and uprooted them from their homes and now they are living in precarious situations with little or no hope for their futures,” said Bloom. “They don’t want to live like refugees, with no dignity or respect. They just want their lives back and a future for their children.”

In Za’atari, Bloom visited a UNICEF-supported school that lends the children a sense of normalcy to lives that are far from normal.  With a population of over 100,000 women, children and men, Za’atari is one of the largest refugee camps in the world. Families live in tents and tiny caravans in a harsh desert area with freezing temperatures in the winter and extreme heat in the summer.

UNICEF and partners are providing life-saving support through vaccinations, medicines, education, clean water and safe areas for children to play.  But with needs far out-pacing resources, UNICEF is urgently seeking additional funding to address what has become the world’s largest humanitarian crisis.

Since the conflict in Syria erupted three years ago, a total of some 5.6 million children have been severely affected.  UNICEF has warned that the future for these children inside Syria and living as refugees in neighbouring countries hangs in the balance as violence, the collapse of health and education services, severe psychological distress and the worsening economic impact on families combine to devastate a generation.

In host countries throughout the region, 1.3 million Syrian children are now living as refugees.   Host communities are often overwhelmed and there is limited access to clean water, nutrition or learning opportunities.

UNICEF has been calling for an end to the cycle of violence in Syria along with further steps to keep children impacted by the conflict safe and to provide them with inner healing through psychological care along with better access to education.

Bloom, well known for roles in blockbuster films such as The Lord of the Rings and Pirates of the Caribbean, became a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in October 2009. Prior to his appointment, Bloom visited UNICEF supported schools in Nepal to help advocate on behalf of the rights of children, including access to quality education and clean water.  In 2012, the actor met with children and youth in Cape Town, South Africa, to learn more about their lives and the importance of having safe areas for children to play and participate in recreational activities after school.

Source: Unicef.org

Apr14

Orlando Bloom Burger

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April 2, 2014 burger restaurant “25 Degrees” (located across the street from the Orlando star) offered its visitors a new hamburger Orlando “Bloom” Burger – turkey, white cheddar, roasted onions, roasted tomatoes, garlic parmesan.

Apr14

Orlando Bloom Support Malala Yousafzai

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Orlando Bloom, Selena Gomez and more are featured in this eye opening video for the We Are Silent campaign to support Malala Yousafzai in her fight to bring education to all women around the world.

Jennifer Hudson, Seth Rogen, J. Cole, Hannah Simone, Clive Owen, Edward Norton, Shay Mitchell, Joe Jonas, Martin Sheen, Reggie Watts, Big Sean, and Evanna Lynch all lend their voices to the campaign, which will promote going silent on April 17 for 24 hours for the millions of girls around the world facing poverty, exploitation and the denial of their right to education.

Find out more information, and read about Malala‘s story over at Free the Children.

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Apr06

New Hollywood Walk of Fame Photo & Video

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New photo and video with Orlando Bloom when he was awarded with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in LA April 2





After making his speech and posing on his newly-unveiled Hollywood star, Bloom spoke to OTRC.com about his son and his own acting career prospects.

“I’m really never gonna push him in any direction,” he said. “I really want him just to find his own thing in life and whatever that may be, I won’t stand in the way, if that’s what he wanted but I’d never push him into it.”


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Source: OnTheRedCarpet.com

Apr03

Orlando Bloom on His Career as He Gets His Hollywood Walk of Fame Star

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“For a kid in London, Hollywood seems like such a mythical place,” says Orlando Bloom, who is set to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on April 2 after limning parts in two of the biggest mythical franchises the company town has ever produced. (Bloom had but a single film to his credit when he landed a key role in “The Lord of the Rings”; his part as Will Turner in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” came two years later.) With his sixth and final go-round as the J.R.R. Tolkien-created character Legolas primed to hit multiplexes this winter in “The Hobbit: There and Back Again,” and his first Broadway role in “Romeo and Juliet” having wrapped last December, Bloom takes a moment to reflect.

Making strategic choices
“I would say that I’m more conscious now than I have been. As a young actor, I found myself in all these movies at once, with two big trilogies, and a Cameron Crowe film (‘Elizabethtown’), and working with Ridley Scott a couple of times (‘Kingdom of Heaven,’ ‘Black Hawk Down’), I was on this sort of rocket to the moon, as it were. It was all just sort of happening in front of me and I was jumping into everything. I’m much more strategic now than I’ve ever been before, much clearer about the kinds of movies I like to watch, and the ones that play to my strengths.”

Broadway bound
“When I was prepping for my Broadway debut as Romeo, it really hit me that I had never done that. I had trained at drama school for three years in my late teens to early 20s, and I’d studied Shakespeare of course, but I hadn’t actually performed it. So to do something like Romeo for my first Broadway role was a challenge. … It was a massive thing for me, with a very eye-opening learning curve.”

Independent path
“When I finished the third ‘Pirates,’ something that became immediately very apparent to me: a lot of actors really do struggle to make their way through the ranks, and going through all these indie movies that work, and some that don’t work, was an experience that had eluded me. And so I did some theater in London. I traveled a bit. I went to Antarctica on a science research boat, just to sort of clear my head. And then I came back and started to try and develop some smaller movies that could stretch me and force me to grow; some worked, some didn’t. Some things I spent a lot of time and energy working on and building toward, but they just didn’t come to fruition. But I think that when you do the work and really dedicate yourself to something, that’s always appreciated, whether the film works or not. The effort, the attention with which you go into things, that’s what fulfills me.”

Tolkien and Legolas
“Legolas was a fantastic character, and the opportunity to come back was really attractive. I was a little anxious as to how some of the fans would respond, because you have those fans who are real purists. But because Legolas wasn’t featured in the book, I saw it as an opportunity to create a backstory, if you like, for this character who would go on to become the one we see in ‘The Lord of the Rings.’ And that was fun, it was liberating. I’m not that much older, and the way Peter (Jackson), Fran (Walsh) and Philippa (Boyens) conceived of it, it gave me the opportunity to explore other sides of the character that I hadn’t touched on in the first trilogy.

The future
“I am currently reading a lot of different material. There are a couple of things coming into shape, but nothing I want to talk about just yet. At the moment it’s just a process of developing and bringing the characters into place in my mind, so that once the project falls into place I know exactly what to do with it.”

Source: Variety.com

Apr03

Orlando on Hollywood Walk of Fame

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Orlando Bloom was awarded with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in LA on Wednesday (April 2) and brought along his adorable 3-year-old son, Flynn to celebrate.

Congratulations to Orlando, we at Orlando-Bloom.org and as his fans are so unbelievable proud of him and wish him and his family all the happiness in the world.

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 + The Hobbit: There and Back Again
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Orlando Bloom has long supported UNICEF’s work. He became a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in October 2009. Before then, in 2008 and 2007, Bloom visited UNICEF-supported schools in Nepal to help advocate on behalf of the rights of children, including access to quality education and clean water.

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