Prime Video brings the Middle-earth
Prime Video will bring some actors from the Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power cast on the prestigious stage of the Teatro del Giglio at the Lucca Comics & Games on Sunday 30th October at 11:00 AM for a lively panel moderated by the festival director, Emanuele Vietina.
Cynthia Addai-Robinson (“Queen Regent Miriel”, in the picture), Ismael Cruz Córdova (“Arondir”) and Sophia Nomvete (“Princess Disa”) will take part in a one-hour long panel which will provide behind-the-scenes stories from the set of the successful series.
Based on J.R.R Tolkien’s Second Age starting from a time of relative peace, “The Rings of Power” follows a group of characters as they prepare to face the dreaded return of evil in Middle-earth.
Moreover, Prime Video will offer a unique immersive experience for the audience at Lucca Comics & Games, inspired by three innovative Prime Video Original series: The Boys, The Peripheral, and for the very first time Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.
Located in Piazzale Arrigoni and San Colombano’s rampart Underground, fans who will visit Prime Video’s dedicated space will be able to become new Vought field agents with “The Boys”, take a look at the future in 2032 with “The Peripheral”, and experience the wonders of “Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power”.
After the panel, a signing session will follow. Here’s how to take part in the event: “Prime Video presents: Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power – signing session with the cast. With Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Ismael Cruz Córdova and Sophia Nomvete”.
- At the Hall of the Teatro del Giglio.
- On 30th November at 12 PM.
- Reservations from 3 PM on 25th October.
- To access the signing session, you need a festival ticket valid for the day of the event accompanying the proof of registration to the session provided by EventBrite.
PLEASE NOTE – the homonymous panel at 11:00 AM and the signing session at 12:00 PM are two separate events, and the access to one doesn’t guarantee nor represent a priority title for participation in the other. In fact, the two events have different access modes