Elon Musk Criticize Amazon A multi-billion dollar fantasy prime video series The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Powertweeted that the late author J.R.R. Tolkien was “turning around in his grave”.
Expanding on why he doesn’t like the show, Musk tweeted that “nearly every male character so far is a coward or an idiot or both,” adding that “only Galadriel is brave, smart, and kind.” Gladrill, played by Welsh actress Morvid Clarke, is a warrior dwarf and the leader of the series set thousands of years before the events of the hobbit And the the Lord of the Rings.
It is worth noting that Musk has a long-running feud and rivalry with Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, a rivalry that has intensified with Musk and Blue Origin competing head-on. The enmity between the two richest people in the world has led to the Tesla CEO usually trolling or shit against Bezos and his companies.
this dimension, rings of strength It was a huge success for Amazon, Record 25 million viewers For the first two episodes, the premiere of Prime Video ever. Critics’ reaction was also positive, with the show boasting 84 percent of critics on Rotten Tomatoes and 71 percent on Metacritic. On the other hand, audience scores were poor, Which led to allegations of the bombing review.
Musk’s cavitation reflects much of the criticism the series has faced from online trolls who have gotten in trouble. rings The show is centered around Galadriel.
Trolls also had trouble with the series featuring non-white characters. Writing about the racist reaction to the show, The Hollywood ReporterRichard Newby said the criticism was wrong.
“At this point, I’ve heard every argument in the book against why cast members Lenny Henry, Ismail Cruz Cordova, Nazanin Bunyadi, Sarah Zwangobani, Maxine Cunliffe and Sophia Numphet shouldn’t play Warlock, elves, dwarves, or even humans in the books. Newby: “Middle-earth is where the Amazon series takes place.” “The most common thing is that Tolkien did not include people of color in his stories. Not only is this incorrect, as Artisans are described as having “brown” skin, but Tolkien often made no reference to describing skin color, though he sometimes tended to have “lighter than…”
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