TEAM MOVIE THOP
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.
Legendary elf Galadriel, dwarven Princess Disa, and human healer Bronwyn, played by Morfydd Clark, Sophia Nomvete, and Nazanin Boniadi, respectively, are among the women of The Lord of the Rings prequel.
They don't think it's unusual in this context, outside of the fact that these characters have agency.
The unusual comes from the industry, and women are not being portrayed on screen with full agency across the board, and it's not just fantasy that happens in.
If it falls, it could become an admonishing tale for anyone who delved too greedily and deeply to quote J.R.R. Tolkien.
We exist in our own right, refreshing across the board in the industry. Strong female characters also make the series accessible.
There's a different narrative that we have created, and I think that complements a world of predominantly male that we have seen before.
She explained it was interesting for me to play an elf because she's stronger than all the mortal men around her.
And I think not just the female characters in this, but there's a huge diversity of personality and hopes, dreams, and ambitions in this story.