Elijah Wood on Jimmy Fallon

Posted on June 21, 2013

We think Elijah is going to be a very sad hobbit when this particular look goes out of style:


Elijah Wood makes and appearance on the ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ show.

The hipster-nerd thing has served him well, we have to say. Even if there were times when we think he may have taken it a bit too far. It’s so perfectly suited for him; this tiny suit-no-tie-Pee-Wee-Herman-inspired look. We fear when it starts to look dated he’ll be lost as to how to update his style.

Not that it’s keeping us up at night or anything. Just that we get paid to think about how celebrities dress and all. Shut up. We’re not weird. Your face is weird.

Anyway, this looks cute. For now.




[Photo/Video Credit: NBC]

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  • Lisa Utter

    Looks incomplete without his hipster glasses though.

  • He needs to work it so that it’s his signature even when it is out of style.

  • Clueless_Jock

    Twink snaps.

  • CeeQ

    “Shut up. We’re not weird. Your face is weird.”
    LOL you bitches crack me the hell up!

  • plinkiedoodle

    He should consider Clothesurgeon as a future option! That would shake up his look!

  • Just Me

    I don’t know that it is a tiny suit…I think it is a well-tailored suit on a tiny man. Change out the shirt and the hipster vibe goes away for me.

    • marlie

      Yeah, I don’t think this is a look that will be hard to translate into non-hipster-wear.

  • MilaXX

    This was one of his better incarnation of this particular hipster look

  • Anathema_Device

    The only proper reply is “Your mom’s face is weird.”

    And I think he can still rock the hipster chic when it is past its sell-by date. It’ll just be a slightly different suit and jacket, but as long as he isn’t swimming in it , he’ll be fine.

  • Adelaidey

    Mark my words, in 25 years, he’s going to dress and carry himself in the 2038 equivalent of John Malkovich.

    • Perigee

      I can so see this! How prescient of you.

  • Lori

    Aw, let him have his moment. It’s a rare thing in life when what’s fashionable and what looks great on you perfectly overlap. There will be time enough to worry when the moment’s over. For now he should just bask in it while pulling the Hobbit version of a Scarlett O’Hara, “Tomorrow is another day.”

  • Jessica Freeman

    I have loved him since Radio Flyer and find his clothes acceptable for that reason.

    • Rand Ortega

      Wow! That brings back memories. I worked at WB when that film was in production. It caused quite the tumult (starting w/ being the 1st screenplay ever to sell for $1M & a 1st time director–said writer– who didn’t know what he was doing)!

  • Rand Ortega

    Sick of this hipster look! He must strip & show me his shoe size immediately! (pants_ are_ a_ must will know what I’m talking about)

  • crash1212

    Guy gives the me creeps…always has. I know…I’m a bad person.

    • AnaRoW

      I sort of know what you mean except I thought he was a gorgeous kid. Now all I see is creepy little hobbit.

  • I see many Peter Pan jokes in his not too distant future.

  • formerlyAnon

    I am moved to give thanks that it is not yet de rigueur for late night talk/entertainment hosts to adopt the perma-stubble. I just had a nightmare flash that Fallon, Charlie Rose, Tavis Smiley, John Stewart, Steven Colbert, and the ones I rarely watch (Kimmel, Letterman, Leno & Ferguson) might one night all emerge with the carefully calculated perma-stubble look perched atop their expensive suits.

  • kirkyo

    What I see Is a person wearing exactly what they should be wearing.

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  • bellafigura1

    That shirt color is grim.

  • newleaf31

    So… what you’re saying is, he looks great. You’re just saying it as bitchily as you can. Right?

    • lockmm

      I think so. Which is odd, because you could take this post and insert a lot of celebrities who wear trendy styles. I mean, isn’t that the point of trends?

  • PeaceBang

    He needs to play Martin Short’s son in a movie, right?

  • He’s such a pocket cutie.

  • andreawey

    I just feel like it’s authentic on him……..

  • Eileen Duffy


    • shorty j

      I half do too but at the same time, I’m afraid that if he did, it would zoom right into Little Lord Fauntleroy territory because he’d look eight years old.

  • Danielle L

    So twee it hurts.