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'Lord of the Rings' stars Elijah Wood, Orlando Bloom reunite

"When we reunite in a pub and someone says, 'they have a cave troll,'" Bloom wrote.

By Annie Martin
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'Lord of the Rings' stars Elijah Wood, Orlando Bloom reunite
Elijah Wood (R) with Billy Boyd (L) and Orlando Bloom at the Los Angeles premiere of "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" on December 9, 2014. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI | License Photo

Feb. 1 (UPI) -- Lord of the Rings star Elijah Wood reunited with Orlando Bloom and other cast mates this week.

The 36-year-old American actor and 40-year-old English star enjoyed an outing with co-stars Viggo Mortensen, Dominic Monaghan and Billy Boyd.

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"They have a cave troll," Monaghan captioned a photo on Instagram of the group recreating a scene from the Mines of Moria in The Fellowship of the Ring.

"When we reunite in a pub and someone says 'they have a cave troll' ...#squadgoals," Bloom added on his own account.

They have a cave troll. @theoneringnet @electrice @boydbilly @orlandobloom @empiremagazine #squadgoals

A photo posted by Dominic Monaghan (@dom_monaghan_) on

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Monaghan, who played Meriadoc Brandybuck, also shared a picture of himself with Mortensen, who portrayed Aragorn, and with Wood and Boyd, who played Frodo Baggins and Peregrin Took, respectively.

"Doffing the off the shoulder band look with aplomb @boydbilly making @electrice and I look like onions," he wrote.

My captain. My king. @theoneringnet @empiremagazine

A photo posted by Dominic Monaghan (@dom_monaghan_) on

The Lord of the Rings movies -- The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers and The Return of the King -- are based on the J.R.R. Tolkien book series of the same name, and earned over $2.9 billion at the box office.

"I remember being there two months out from shooting and just being surrounded by this positive energy of, 'We're a part of something really special,'" Wood told The Huffington Post in December.

"It was the most extraordinary experience of my life," he added. 'It's a wild thing to look back on. I feel like I kind of grew into being a man throughout that experience and had more responsibility than I'ever ever had and lived away from home longer than I've ever had."

The Fellowship of the Ring, which co-starred Ian McKellen as Gandalf, Sean Bean as Boromir and John Rhys-Davies as Gimli, celebrated its 15-year anniversary in December. Wood and Bloom also played Frodo and Legolas in The Hobbit movies.

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