The Rings Of Power Second Trailer Released
Amazon Prime Video’s The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power has a second trailer, released yesterday. The Rings of Power is one of the shows fans anticipate the most. This series will premiere soon on Amazon Prime Video, bringing fantastic journeys, magic, power, and mystery in the signature J.R.R. Tolkien style. Along with The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit, The Rings of Power joins the Tolkien Universe.
Amazon has presented us with a trailer for the series, although they prefer to call it more of a teaser. It lasts approximately two and a half minutes, giving us a preamble of what we will see in this show. The second trailer lets us discover the series’ characters, plot, and more about this production.
Second Trailer of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
Amazon Prime Video published a new trailer of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power on its official youtube channel. This teaser starts with Galadriel’s voice: “There was a time when the world was so young, there had not yet been a sunrise, but even then, there was light.’ As we hear these words, we see the images of Galadriel’s eyes, a short-haired elf, and a view of the city.
As the trailer continues, we hear the following: ‘Elves have forests to protect, dwarves their mines, men their fields of grain, but we Harfoots have each other.” That’s when we see the Harfoots, ancient ancestors of Hobbits, for the first time.
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The next scene shows us Galadriel and Elrond speaking in an arctic environment. “You have fought long enough, Galadriel; put up your sword,” Elrond says. Galadriel then tells him that the enemy is still out there, and the question is where. As the music and this conversation continues, we see Elves in an ice cave and a city that could be Romenna. The conversation ends with Galadriel telling Elrond, “You have not seen what I have seen.” Here we see a shocking scene: Galadriel looks at several dead bodies that seem to be underwater. The setting could refer to the end of War of Wrath.
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One minute and twenty seconds into the trailer, we see Gil-galad say, ‘Darkness will march over the face of the earth, it will be the end not just of our people, but all peoples.” The music becomes more urgent and the images faster. We see Harfoots, Elrond entering Khazad-dum, King and Prince Durin cracking the stone, Charging horseback riders, Isildur on a ship, and a crowd cheering.
The final seconds are the most intense, and the trailer ends with a scene of the Harfoots walking as a voice sings, “Away I must wander this wandering day…”
One of the Most Anticipated Amazon Series
Fans of this franchise have long awaited this series that will be released exclusively on Amazon’s streaming platform, Amazon Prime Video. John D. Payne and Patrick McKay wrote the script, and Juan Antonio Bayona, Wayne Yip and Charlotte Brandström directed it.
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The cast includes Morfydd Clark as Galadriel, Markella Kavenagh as Tyra and Robert Aramayo as Beldor. Other members of this production are Maxim Alexander Baldry, Nazanin Boniadi, Ismael Cruz Cordova, Charles Edwards, Sophia Nomvete, Owain Arthur, Charlie Vickers, Benjamin Walker, Daniel Weyman, Ema Horvath, Joseph Mawle, Lenny Henry, Megan Richards, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Tyroe Muhafidin, Trystan Gravelle, Lloyd Owen, Dylan Smith, Leon Wadham and Sara Zwangobani.
As for the production team, we have Producer Ron Ames, Helen Shang, Lindsey Weber, Wayne Yip, Bruce Richmond, Gene Kelly (II), Sharon Tal Yguado, Gennifer Hutchison, Jason Cahil, Justin Doble, Belén Atienza, Juan Antonio Bayona, Patrick McKay and John D. Payne.
John D. Payne.
The series will be seen on the Amazon Prime Video platform on September 2, announced both by Amazon directly and shown in the movie’s new trailer. The same had initially been announced for 2. However, COVID-19 delayed its production and release.
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