Season 1 of The Rings of Power will be delayed, and additional spoilers for Season 2 are planned.
Charles Edwards, a Celebrimbor actor, wants Season 2 of The Rings of Power to introduce a deep-cut dwarf character and later investigate their friendship in detail.
In the Second Age, the two smiths built this entrance, which allowed for travel and trade routes between Khazad-dum and Eregion during a prosperous period in elven and warwick. However, it was sealed up during the War of the Elves and Sauron, thus allowing the kingdoms''ties to come to an end. In the Third Age, it becomes the entry point for Frodo and his business to enter the Mines of Moria in The Fellowship of the Ring.
Fans of The Rings of Power''s second season already know that another elf character will perform in the live-action. Cirdan the Shipwright, one of the oldest elves in existence, is certain to receive one of these pieces of jewelry after the three elven rings were forged in the season 1 finale.
Edwards is certain to see Cirdan''s introduction in a live-action way, but he would be equally as enthused, if not more, to see Narvi make their debut on the Lord of the Rings TV show. In the source material, there''s little mention of the pair''s close friendship, so seeing another elf-dwarf friendship through Celebrimbor and Narvi play out on the screen would be a pleasure.
Although Narvi''s involvement in Season 2 of The Rings of Power would be spectacular, Edwards isn''t sure if the dwarf character would be able to appear in the Prime Video show''s next set of episodes. Primarily, much would depend on whether the producers and Amazon are the right to bring Narvi into the fold.
"That [Narvi''s introduction] would be fantastic," Edwards said. "I mean, whether the rights allow it, I don''t know. I''ve never known when Narvi is mentioned, or whether he''s permitted to be in it.
"I think the creation of the doors [of Durin] will be a joy to do so, regardless of how fleeting it might be. A lot of people don''t know who Celebrimbor is, but they know The Lord of the Rings, and they know the doors from The Fellowship of the Ring. So it would be quite cool and Celebrimbor''s name is on the door, so yes, Narvi''s introduction would be quite fun to explore."
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