It is confirmed: in The Rings of Power the dwarfs have beards

It is confirmed: in The Rings of Power the dwarfs have beards

It is confirmed

Let's go back to talking about San Diego Comic-Con 2022, and in particular about The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power: in the panel in question the theme of bearded dwarfs was addressed. Will these characters have facial hair in the Prime Video TV series? A question, the latter, which has led to quite a few controversies in recent months, especially since Amazon Studios released an official character poster of the dwarf princess Disa without a beard. Because the fans of J. R. R. Tolkien know that in the story told by him also the females are bearded.

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Do the dwarfs of The Rings of Power have beards?

Now let's get to the point, bearing in mind that we have only seen a few (but exciting) moments of the TV series so far, and consequently we are not sure what to expect . During the panel in Hall H, presenter Stephen Colbert asked the executive producer of The Rings of Power, Lindsay Weber, about the presence of the beard for females. Below you can read her words, reported by cbr.com: “I can confirm that they have facial hair. I can't wait for you to see more of them on the show. "

Based on the characters and the world built by Tolkien, The Rings of Power will consist of 50 hours and five seasons that will take place during the Second Age of Middle-earth, thousands of years before the events of The Hobbit and Tolkien's Lord of the Rings. While no great plot details have come out, we do know that the director of the first two episodes of season 1 is J.A. Bayona.

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The Characters

The cast of the Amazon TV series includes original characters : the wood elf Arondir played by Ismael Cruz Cordova; the human healer Bronwyn (Nazanin Boniadi), the dwarf princess Disa played by Sophia Nomvete, the elf blacksmith Celebrimbor played by Charles Edwards and the human Halbrand, played by Charlie Vickers. Lenny Henry, Megan Richards and Markella Kavenagh are the ancestors of the Hobbits known as harfoot.






Britain confirmed to host Eurovision 2023 instead of Ukraine

Eurovision 2023 will be held in Great Britain content_copy share

Eurovision 2023 will be held in Great Britain content_copy share


The BBC will take over the responsibilities as the organizer of the event, and the competition for which UK city will have the right to host Eurovisionwill kick off this week.


Ukraine, as the winning country, will automatically proceed to the Grand Final together with the 'Big 5' of the competition's organizing countries, according to an official statement by the European Broadcasting Union.


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Representatives from the National Public Broadcasting Company of Ukraine will work on the show, which will feature Ukrainian elements.


It is also reported that a logo will be created for the Eurovision Song Con-test 2023 that will reflect the unique circumstances of the contest.


Previously, in connection with the ongoing full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, the European Broadcasting Union decided to move the 2023 competition from Ukraine to Britain, as the runner-up in 2022.


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At Eurovision 2022, the Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra won with the song Stefania. British singer Sam Ryder finished second with the song Space Man.


The United Kingdom will host the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time in 24 years.


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