The Lord of the Rings: more inclusivity is needed in the Rings of Power sequel according to this actor, here's why

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A few weeks after the finale of the first season of Rings of Power, fans are watching the less information about season 2 of the series Amazon. À during an interview, one of the actors of the show confided; that he hoped there would be even more diversity; in the following. 

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power sequel needs more inclusivity according to this actor , here's why


The start of the 2022 academic year has seen take on the two behemoths of fantasy, House of the Dragon (shown on HBO) and The Rings of Power(streamed on Prime Video). And if the latest audience figures seem to confirm HBO's crushing victory on Amazon, the series The Lord of the Rings nevertheless has its fans. However, despite an impressive budget, not everything has been easy for the series telling the adventures of Galadriel in the Second Age: some adaptation choices have been made. Strongly criticized by fans of Tolkien's work, its rhythm has been shown finger, andthe choice of a diverse cast; has also been booed

Indeed, many spectators seem not to have appreciated that the series is carried by a cast of diverse ethnic origins. While some of the arguments made by these refractory fans are highly questionable, given the fact that there are people of color in Tolkien's work, Amazon has put a lot of emphasis on these criticisms to explain the dislike of part of the public to; with respect to the series. Which is also debatable, given the that after the first few weeks, most of the criticism was not about the casting. 

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power sequel needs more inclusivity according to this actor , here's why

It only stops after receiving the support of the actors of the trilogy The Lord of the Rings by Peter Jackson, a cast member of the series is campaigning for the showrunners to continue in their approach to inclusivity. This is Puerto Rican actor Ismael Cruz Córdova, who plays the elf Arondir in The Rings of Power. Interviewed by Variety, he says he wants even more diversity. and inclusiveness in the next season

This is just the beginning. I think we would be remiss if we didn't – if we stopped there. […] We will shower you with positivity. Ça has changed; history, and there is a great movement to the work behind everything ça. 

It therefore has the merit of being clear, and we must therefore expect ; an even more inclusive cast from season 2. As a reminder, the second batch of episodes of the Rings of Power is currently scheduled for release. 2024. In the meantime, Amazon has found the series he needs to infuriate Disney+.