Lord of the Rings stars the Rings of Power cast would love to meet in real life
There is no doubt that Lord of the Rings' newest stars is still obsessed with the originals. The Rings of Power, starring Morfydd Clark as a younger version of Cate Blanchett's Galadriel, premieres September 1. Surprisingly, she doesn't want to speak to the Oscar-winning actress when it comes to the cast members she'd love to talk to.
The star told E! "I think it will be Sean Astin," Daily Pop exclusively reported at the Los Angeles premiere on August 16. "I just think he's the most wonderful fan, and he has maintained such passion and joy over the years. He holds a special place in my heart."
Benjamin Walker, who plays High King Gil-galad on the show, said he'd love to have a drink with Sir Ian McKellan. "We don't have to talk about Tolkien," he told Francesca Amiker of Daily Pop. The only thing I want to do is hang out."
During the premiere red carpet, Walker discussed Tolkien's stories and their impact on pop culture. In Tolkien, we all wrestle with the fundamental battle between good and evil," the 40-year-old said. Now and then, it's nice to see hope triumph." The new series will reveal more about Gil-galad, who appeared briefly in The Fellowship of the Ring, as well as Galadriel.
The Daily Pop spoke with Markella Kavenagh about her favorite part of playing Eleanor "Nori" Brandyfoot. According to the actress, her curiosity is what drives her. Despite all the resistance she faces from everyone around her, she sticks to what she believes in."