The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power: Shakespeareandme's Galadriel cosplay is elven

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power: Shakespeareandme's Galadriel cosplay is elven

The Lord of the Rings

Galadriel is one of the main characters of the new series The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, which we can see celebrated in a splendid cosplay by the cosplayer shakespeareandme in a decidedly more elven version than that of the show.

Galadriel is one of the protagonists of the Amazon Prime video TV series, where she reveals that she is a fierce fighter, as well as an exceptional swimmer, capable of tackling an ocean crossing hundreds of kilometers in a dressing gown. She is also the only one among all the elves to have understood that with Sauron it is not over yet, also because she has at least one other trilogy to take part in, in the role of a large multifocal telescope, so you can't get rid of him like that. easily.

Be that as it may, shakespeareandme's Galadriel celebrates the character in his most regal dimension, giving her a sumptuous white dress and placing her in the environment that is most proper to her, that of a dense forest.

Also note the pose taken by the cosplayer, who portrays the regal nature of the character, evident when she beats up bully elves or kills orcs with incredible agility and grace.

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Elon Musk Slams Amazon’s ‘Lord of the Rings’ Series: “Tolkien Is Turning in His Grave”

The billionaire tweeted that he felt the male characters were made to look weak echoing criticism leveled at the show by online trolls.

September 5, 2022 10:13pm

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Elon Musk has criticized Amazon Prime Video’s billion-dollar fantasy series The Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power, tweeting that late author J.R.R. Tolkien is “turning in his grave.”

Expanding on why he didn’t like the show, Musk tweeted that “almost every male character so far is a coward, a jerk or both,” adding that “only Galadriel is brave, smart and nice.” Galadriel, played by Welsh actress Morfydd Clark, is a warrior elf and the lead of the series that is set thousands of years before the events of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.

Worthy of note, Musk has a long-running feud and rivalry with Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, a rivalry that has intensified as Musk’s SpaceX and Bezos’ Blue Origin compete directly. The enmity between the world’s two richest people has seen the Tesla CEO habitually troll or shitpost against Bezos and his companies.

Thus far, Rings of Power has been a huge success for Amazon, scoring 25 million viewers for the first two episodes, Prime Video’s top premiere ever. Critics have also reacted positively, with the show boasting a 84 percent critics score on Rotten Tomatoes and 71 percent on Metacritic. Audience scores, on the other hand, have been poor, which has led to allegations of review bombing.

Musk’s caviling echoes much of the criticisms the show has faced from online trolls who have taken issue with Rings centering the show around Galadriel.

Trolls have also taken issue with the series featuring non-white characters. Writing about the racist backlash the show has faced, The Hollywood Reporter‘s Richard Newby said the criticism was erroneous.

“At this point, I’ve heard every argument in the book against why castmembers Lenny Henry, Ismael Cruz Cordova, Nazanin Boniadi, Sara Zwangobani, Maxine Cunliffe and Sophia Nomvete shouldn’t play harfoots, elves, dwarves, or even humans in the Middle-earth where Amazon’s series is set,” wrote Newby. “The most common refrain is that Tolkien didn’t include people of color in his stories. Not only is this untrue, as harfoots are described as having “browner” skin, but Tolkien didn’t often make a point to describe skin color, though he occasionally leaned on the open-ended “fairer than …”

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