The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, the newest epic series from Prime Video, seems set to take the universe of J.R.R. Tolkein to new heights. The prequel to The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit enlarged the cast of characters, drawing on Middle Earth’s heritage as well as introducing new ones. Young Numenorean nobility like Kemen (Leon Wadham), son of Pharazôn (Trystan Gravelle), adviser to Numenorean queen Mriel, may be found throughout the story (Cynthia Addai-Robinson). Despite the fact that Kemen appears to lead a charmed existence, it is this very privilege that drives him and his father to disagree.
Wahdam provided the following explanation when pressed: “Listen, Pharazôn is one of the greatest men I have ever met. You might argue that the offspring of strong individuals can be divided into two groups if you so want. Trying to match and even surpass their parents’ achievements is an option, but so is coasting on a sense of entitlement that they are entitled to nothing. At the time when we first meet him, I believe he falls more into that group. In a sense, he’s been given an enormous advantage over the rest of us.
He’s in the prime of his life; he’s got everything he could possibly wish or desire. Nobody really wants to get rid of it. It’s possible that he doesn’t bring any fresh ideas to the table since the ideas of the day have worked out well for his father, therefore he’s frustrated with his kid. Along the way, he’ll have to reflect on what he believes in, what he feels is worth fighting for, and what it might take to win that battle in the first place.” In addition to Nazanin Boniadi, Ismael Cruz Cordova, Tyroe Muhafidin, Charles Edwards, Robert Aramayo, Morfydd Clark, and Sophia Nomvete, the cast of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power includes Ema Horvath, Eärien Brandyfoot, Nori Brandyfoot, and Sophia Nomvete. The film will be released on Prime Video on December 18th. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring will have its world debut on September 2nd, 2011.