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'Lord of the Rings: Ring of Thrones' unveils fiery season 1 finale trailer at NYC

Actors Benjamin Walker, Charles Edwards, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Daniel Weyman, Sara Zwangobani, Nazanin Boniadi and Leon Wadham also attended an hour-long panel discussion moderated by Felicia Day.

Nazanin Boniadi and Morfydd Clark

Nazanin Boniadi as Bronwyn and Morfydd Clark as Galadriel in The Lord of the Rings: Ring of Power Provided by Prime Video

A new trailer teases The Lord of the Rings Season 1 fiery finale: The Rings of Power revealed in the cast and series

For the first time since the series debuted they appeared on the panel together,

Actors – which include Benjamin Walker (Gil-Galad), Charles Edwards (Celebrimbor), Cynthia Ardai-Robinson (Míriel) , Daniel Wayman (The Stranger), Sara Zwangobani (Marigold Brandyfoot), Nazanin Boniadi (Bronwyn) and Leon Wadham (Kemen) — sat down for nearly an hour of discussion, led by Hosted by Felicia Day. (Showrunners and executive producers JD Payne and Patrick McKay were not in attendance, as they were both filming the show in London.) The finale with a special trailer featuring never-before-seen footage of the series, as well as a brief The NYCC exclusive clip, which shows an exchange between Walker’s Gil-Galad and Edwards’ Celebrimbor about forging an item of power, with Celebrimbor proposing the crown as a potential option.

although they dodged questions about who might be the Len’s question, but the panel did discuss the positive fan response to the show’s launch (and fun fan interactions), their character relationships, filming during COVID, Bear McCreary’s score and

Weyman’s dialogue-free acting experience.

As part of the NYCC event, Day also revealed a special podcast trailer for King of Ri ngs: The Rings of Power Official Podcast, an eight-part series co-produced with Wondery, available through Amazon Music. As host, Day will take fans behind the scenes with exclusive cast and crew interviews to explore how Middle-earth can be brought to life. Guests included Morfydd Clark, Owain Arthur, Payne and McKay.

Earlier in the day, Amazon unveiled “Where the Shadows Lie,” a new song written by Fiona Apple for the series, inspired by JRR Tolkien’s Ring – Verse, by series composer Bear McCreary. An instrumental version of the track appeared in the first episode, with the aim of eventually using the same theme in the season finale song, as well as Rings of Power The show’s producers and EP said in a statement that “for years to come,” the music will be linked to the show’s storytelling after its premiere. .

According to McCreary, it was “strategically retained” in the first season’s soundtrack to avoid its importance being undermined in earlier episodes. “The musical legacy of The Lord of the Rings is reminiscent of ethereal singing The evocative harmonies have lyrical melody, so I naturally tend to say The Rings of Power to write such a song ,” McCreary said, adding that he wrote the song “for the magic of Mithril, for the sinister conspiracy of Sauron, for his magic So much land.”

He added: “Fiona is undoubtedly one of the most definitive musical voices of her generation, and she uniquely combines my haunting melody with Tolkien for this song. The ominous text brings new depth and narrative intent.”

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