“No matter what happens now, there is no going back.” It's been less than a few weeks since we received our first image from Amazon's next series, The Wheel of Time, adapted from Robert Jordan's bestselling collection of 14 modern fantasy novels. And now we have our first official teaser trailer. I list a number of Ars staff as among the many Jordanian book lovers who have followed the group with fondness over the years. From what we've seen, it looks like Ruf Judkins (SHIELD Cast), the general actor, has exactly got the look of the book and the book. Fans must be satisfied.
Given the breadth of epic narratives, it comes as no surprise that this TV series has a broad cast. In addition to Pike, Josha Stradowski plays Rand the Bull, while Marcus Rutherford plays the blacksmith and apprentice Beren Ibarra's dream. Zoe Robbins as healer for Ninawe Elmira and Madeleine Madden as Eigno Vorre. Barney Harris plays Emery Matrimon Caton. Hamed Animation was cast as Lowell, who is a close friend of Beren and Rend the Bull. Alexander Willum portrays Tom Marilyn, an "adventurous man" originally traveling, with Johann Myers as Vine Eiffel's bodyguard and Alvaro Morte as Logan. A group of five young men - Egwen, Nineveh, Rand, Matt and Beren - their small village is attacked by monsters called Trolux. The two women (Egwene and Nynaeve) promise to be future members of Aes Sedai. But Maureen also suspects that one of the young men was born in the form of a dragon.
This trailer introduces the teaser of Aes Sedai, which plays quickly in Baek's loud voice as short scenes from the series. “The wheel of time turns, ages come and go, leaving behind memories that become legends,” Pike says. "The power is within you, all over the world - there are different names for it, but it is one thing, one power. And the women who can touch it, we protect the world." Several major players, with ominous warnings about the coming of the Dark One and the final battle. And yes, this is Michael McCleahton, better known as Rose Bolton from Game of Thrones, philosopher as Tam the Bull, bomber and godfather to Rand. "It doesn't matter what's going on, what pain we're in, any heartbreak, the wheel just keeps turning," he says. The cast is spot on, the magic feels good, and we really like the overall look of the series, even if the CGI doesn't quite meet Game of Thrones standards. (Take your time. Amazon will probably want to make sure you take the app into consideration before investing in CGI video quality.) Congratulations to Grimm and Rosamund Pike on discovering that WTF is an "ageless face" they look like. nailed it. We'll also get a separate film from the Wheel of Time trilogy focusing on the events of the Jordanian fantasy world prior to the events of the book. A new Amazon original series, The Wheel of Time, arrives on Prime Video on November 19, 2021.
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The wheel of time teaser is here, and it looks and feels absolutely accurate
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