The star-studded world premiere of Amazon Prime’s Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power took place in London’s Leicester Square, on Tuesday.
And Morfydd Clark, 32, looked nothing short of glamorous in a silver figure-hugging frock, custom made by Vivienne Westwood, as she led the red carpet arrivals alongside the likes of Minnie Driver and Nazanin Boniadi at the coveted event.
Morfydd plays the role of a young Galadriel in the new series, which had an incredible $450M-budget and was adapted from J.R.R. Tolkien’s book of origin tales called The Silmarillion.
Morfydd made sure to stand out on the red carpet in her gown, which featured a sequined design and a plunging neckline.
The top of her dress featured a bustier-style design and a small train, which highlighted her stunning figure.
Morfydd enhanced her beauty with natural-looking makeup and a deep red lip created by the pros at Charlotte Tilbury, while her blonde locks were worn out in loose, tousled curls around her face.
Glamorous: Morfydd made sure to stand out on the red carpet in her gown, which featured a sequined design and a plunging neckline
Glowing: Morfydd enhanced her beauty with natural-looking makeup and a deep red lip created by the pros at Charlotte Tilbury
New role: Morfydd plays the role of a young Galadriel in the new series, which had an incredible $450M-budget and was adapted from J.R.R. Tolkien’s book of origin tales called The Silmarillion
Amber Doig-Thorne, 28 – who portrays the Númenórean lady Eärien – was sublime in a floor-length frock as she posed for photographs.
The American actress sparkled in her two-part dress, which comprised a dark silver plunging top half and a full bodied black tulle skirt.
Ema Horvath, 28 – who plays Eärien – commanded attention in a strapless feathered gown, which featured a sweeping satin train.
Divine: American actress Amber sparkled in her two-part dress, which comprised a dark silver plunging top half and a full bodied black tulle skirt
Stunning: Amber styled her long brunette tresses into pretty curls and sported a brown smokey eye
Hitting the red carpet: Also looking stylish on the evening was British-American actress Minnie
Also looking stylish on the evening was British-American actress Minnie Driver, 52, who opted for a classic black dress to hit the red carpet.
Minnie’s frock featured a chic one-shoulder design and she teamed the look with an eye-popping pink pointed heel boasting metallic gold detailing.
The talented star showed off her phenomenal physique in the form-fitting gown while forgoing accessories and choosing relaxed curls for her brunette tresses.
Wow! Ema’s black dress was heavily embellished with silver gems and black feathers
Beauty: Ema completed her look with a thick flick of eyeliner and nude lips, while accessorising with statement silver earrings
In the new trailer for The Rings Of Power, which dropped on Tuesday, royal Elf Galadriel is a sword-wielding commander pushing her soldiers to ‘keep moving’ and battling beasts.
‘There is a tempest in me,’ Galadriel ominously says in the preview. ‘Without [my sword], what am I to be?’
Last week, Morfydd told TheWrap: It’s been really exciting to explore, like when playing a canon character, how they become who you know them to be.
‘There [is a line] Galadriel speaks at one point about how with wisdom, there is a loss of innocence, and that’s something I really focused on – that she’s got to lose some innocence, she’s got to gain some wisdom to become the lady of Lothlórien that we know her to be.’
She added: ‘I’m really excited for my friends and family to see it. Everyone on this show was separated [in New Zealand] from those that they loved. And so for them to see what I was actually up to, I’m really looking forward to.’
Sensational: Sophia Nomvete – who plays Dwarven Princess Disa in the new show – stunned in a voluminous red gown
J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay’s $450M-budget eight-episode prequel series will stream its first two episodes on September 2.
But Cinemark Movie Rewards members can catch the first two episodes on the big screen on one night only – August 31 – in 200 locations globally.
Overall, the fantasy epic’s five-season production deal cost Amazon an eye-popping $1B, which makes history as the most expensive TV series ever created – according to THR.
By contrast, HBO typically shelled out $100M per season of its hit show Game of Thrones.
The Rings of Power was adapted from J.R.R. Tolkien’s book of origin tales called The Silmarillion, which was edited and published in 1977 posthumously by his son Christopher Tolkien.
Before and after: Nazanin Boniadi, 42 – who plays Kari, a strong single-mother and village healer – posed in a yellow feathered gown before taking off the long trailing kaftan to reveal a mini dress beneath
Swedish stunner: Alicia Agneson, 26, looked ethereal in a strapless brown and nude high-low gown
Cute couple: Benjamin Walker and Kaya Scodelario