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Llyod Owen says he will ‘force’ Thugs co-star Aamir Khan-Amitabh Bachchan to watch The Rings of Power- Newslength

The Lord of the Rings is all set to get its spin-off in an internet sequence. Titled The Rings of Energy, the much-anticipated sequence is about to stream from September 2 on Amazon Prime Video. Not too long ago, the forged together with showrunner JD Payne was in India to advertise their venture. In the course of the interviews, Llyod Owen shared with indianexpress.com how he feels working within the Bollywood movie Thugs of Hindostan (2018) had ready him to work on this worldwide magnum opus drama.

As readers could know, Llyod Owen performed the adverse lead John Clive within the Aamir KhanAmitabh Bachchan starrer. Sharing that given the huge scale of the YRF movie, he felt a robust similarity on the set of The Rings of Energy. “Not just in terms of size and palette but also how we filmed in different places. So yes, there was a strong sense of resemblance. In Thugs, there was a strong mythological aspect and that is reflected in the set. And hence, I felt I was well trained for the Rings of Power working on the film,” he instructed us.


The 56-year-old additionally drew comparisons when it comes to studying a brand new language in each initiatives. He shared, “Victor Acharya, who was the director of Thugs, wrote 36 pages of lines in Urdu for me. I had to try and learn and then add meaning, weight and emotions to it. It was the hardest and yet the most rewarding thing for me as an actor. Similarly, in this show, I have to speak Elvish. When the new words came, I was like, I am here again. How to decipher and make the language my own emotions was another big similarity.”

After we additional quizzed him whether or not he plans to point out his new venture to his Thugs of Hindostan co-stars Aamir Khan and Amitabh Bachchan, he chuckled to say, “I will force everyone in the team to watch it.”


Speaking additional about his character Elendil, Owen talked about that followers of the books and movies would know that he’s an architect hero. In direction of the tip, he self sacrifices himself in opposition to Sauron. He causes for the robust attachment followers have in the direction of the character. Calling Elendil an ‘unlikely hero’, the actor stated, “I think in the essence, the hero idea… I don’t think they are born but made. In that sense, he is reluctant to be called for this great responsibility. But the thing with Tolkien is obviously in the story that there are forces outside all of the characters. There’s the weight of their fate and destiny. I think he slowly realises what his fate is going to be, and that is a painful and frightening idea. Also, what JD, Pattrick and the writers have set out for this family right from the beginning is what he goes on to do trying to keep them safe and precious. He looks after his grieving adult children in life, and that’s quite difficult.”

Aside from Llyod Owen, actors Robert Aramayo, Maxim Baldry, Markella Kavenagh, Charles Edwards, Megan Richards, Nazanin Boniadi, Ema Horvath, Tyroe Muhafidin and Sara Zwangobani have been additionally a part of the India tour.



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