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The Rings Of Power Show Pictures Identify The LOTR Ties To The Elf Creator

Celebrimbor is given a closer look in new pictures from The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, which also hint at the character's relationship with Sauron

The Rings of Power, a Prime Video production based on the renowned The Lord of the Rings books by author J. R. R. Tolkien, will transport viewers back to Middle-earth. The new television series, which is set in the Second Age, many hundred years before the events of Peter Jackson's acclaimed trilogy, tells the story of how the titular rings of power were made and the evil that was growing in Middle-earth.


Characters like Elrond and Galadriel, who first appeared in Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy, make a much youthful return in the eagerly awaited series. A major emphasis will also be placed on developing new elven, human, dwarf, and Hobbit-like characters. The Rings of Power is rumored to include epic action, expansive realistic sets, and spectacular visual effects. However, it is unclear how the program compares to Jackson's original trilogy in that aspect given its budget of an estimated $1 billion for five seasons.

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A new look at a figure with significant Lord of the Rings links has been shown in a series of photographs from the fandom. The new visuals center on Celebrimbor, the royal Elf who produced the three Elven rings of might. The tweets suggest that the Charles Edwards-played Elf is essential to preventing Sauron from obtaining the rings and that the character would play a significant part in Elrond's courtship of the Dwarves. View the tweets listed below:


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Celebrimbor appears in The Rings of Power and what ultimately transpires in Middle-earth, despite not being present in Peter Jackson's original The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Celebrimbor, in addition to making the real Elven rings, serves as one of the initial lines of defense to keep the characters away from the story's main antagonist, the all-powerful Sauron. Edwards' response suggests that his character will also be a significant political figure when it comes to the interaction between Elves and Dwarves, two groups with a historically problematic dynamic. The Rings of Power's creators have insisted that they want to create a series that feels distinct from Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy, but the presence of characters like Galadriel, Elrond, Celebrimbor, and Sauron will undoubtedly allow for some intriguing parallels to be drawn between the two works. The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power is obviously interested in showing audiences complex characters and settings in a way that feels both familiar and new at the same time.


Source: Fandom

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