There are numerous theories regarding Daniel Weyman’s portrayal of The Stranger.
This week, Amazon Prime Video will launch Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.
The eagerly awaited series, which cost a stunning $175 million to produce, is the most expensive TV programme ever.
The Stranger, often known as meteor guy, is a character introduced to fans in season one.
Many speculations concerning his identity are circulating as a result of fans’ speculation.
Here is all the information you require regarding The Stranger.
Who is the Stranger?
The identity of The Stranger remains a mystery, with plenty of theories circulating online about who it could be.
Played by Daniel Weyman, the character features heavily in the latest trailer.
In it, a meteor is seen crashing into Middle Earth, however after the dust settles, the meteor turns out to be a man, who is discovered by two Harfoots – Nori (Markella Kavenagh) and Poppy (Megan Richards).
The mysterious character’s role in the new season has been kept tightly under wraps.
Speaking about the role to ScreenRant, Weyman said the stranger would go by Annatar.
In the interview he touched on the character’s importance.
Weyman said: “They were pretty clear at the beginning that what they were bringing me was a character who had, at his core, a really deep and primal purpose. He had a need to accomplish something; he had a desire to accomplish this thing. Once I began to tap into that, and feel that deep in the core, then other things flowed out of that.”
Adding: “As much as we don’t know about him, I think what we’re going to do – if we can stay with him – is to see that the way that he impacts communities around him is going to be dramatic. We are going to learn and learn and learn, and finding out what exactly is going on might not be so quick”
When can I watch Lord of the Rings?
On Amazon Prime Video, you’ll be able to watch Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.
On Friday, September 2, the most costly TV show ever produced will debut.
With the finale taking place on October 14, new episodes will be released each week.
The second season’s production is reportedly already under way, and Amazon has committed to five.