New trailer makes LoTR: Rings of Energy lastly appear like a Tolkien-worthy epic

Morfydd Clark is Galadriel in <em>The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power</em>.

Enlarge / Morfydd Clark is Galadriel in The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Energy. (credit score: Amazon Studios)

With roughly six weeks to go earlier than its premiere on Amazon Video, the upcoming Lord of the Rings prequel TV sequence, The Rings of Energy, took benefit of an enormous San Diego Comedian-Con stage to debut its most fascinating trailer but.

Based mostly on notes and lore penned by J.R.R. Tolkien, the brand new TV sequence will revolve round his sequence’ “Second Age” period—as in, 1000’s of years earlier than characters like Frodo and Sam existed. This week’s trailer begins to actually set the stage of epic battle between the recovered populations of males, dwarves, and elves, and a dreaded evil rising as soon as extra from Center-earth—which matches by “many names” however is clearly personified by Sauron.

“Have you ever heard of Sauron?”

The character of Galadriel, beforehand performed by Cate Blanchett however now entrusted to Morfydd Clark (His Darkish Supplies), is the primary within the trailer to see a imaginative and prescient of a newly rising evil, whereas Prince Durin IV (performed by Owain Arthur) is warned straight that Sauron’s forces are planning to “bury us all beneath the mountain” (that being Khazad-dûm). We additionally lastly see the brand new sequence’ beforehand teased “Stranger” character, performed by Daniel Weyman, who accosts Theo, the son of Bronwyn, in a shared jail cell and grimly asks, “Have you ever heard of Sauron?”

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