New series on Prime Video in less than a week Lord of the rings: Ring of power issued a statement Condemning the racism directed at cast members of color. BIPOC belongs to Middle-earth and stays here. ”
when I catch up ring of power When star Ismael Cruz Córdoba appeared on the red carpet at Monday night’s Emmy Awards, he also said he linked the role of Arondir to his larger purpose of increasing the representation of actors of color. I repeated the feelings of
It was all a trip of a lifetime. It set my life’s mission to be a part of changing perceptions,” Cordova says of her experience working on the series. “Inserting myself where I was told I couldn’t – I was told we couldn’t. I’ll do it for us. I’ll take the lead.”
Cordoba was born in Aguas Buenas, Puerto Rico. Ray Donovan When Undo. But when he tackles the larger issue of racist backlash against diversity in fantasy, the actor asks his fans something in return. I need you to come and let me know it’s working, and people do,” he adds. “People are responding to that. They’re responding to it. They’re like, ‘Thank you for being there. Thank you for giving me a dream and a leap. And that’s all I need.”
For those resisting the necessary increase in multicultural characters happening throughout the series, ring of power When House of the DragonCórdova said: That’s the problem. be angry
Watch the full interview with the actor in the video above.
https://www.essence.com/awards-events/ismael-cruz-cordova-on-critics-of-lotr-stay-mad/ Ismael Cruz Cordoba on expanding representation on screen and LOTR critics: ‘Stay mad’