Fresh images from Netflix’s The Dark Crystal Age of Resistance have popped up. This is a prequel to the earlier Jim Henson’s show and has been in development since a lot of time.
The first hints about the project came up way back in 2017 and nothing concrete has been revealed ever since. But, now we have excellent quality images that show a lot of effects that are being used in the show.
The Dark Crystal Age of Resistance: Characters Highlighted
Characters of The Dark Crystal Age of Resistance include the Skeksis Emperor, also the Gelfling character known as the Librarian, Deet, who is given voice by Nathalie Emmanuel and the Scientist Skeksis. These images look just like the aura created by James Henson in 1982.
The show is taking so long to air because they are making sure that all of the things are on point. Especially appearance wise. This show could be a deal maker for Netflix.
The cast for the series is filled with well know names. We have Taron Egerton, Anya Taylor-Joy along with Nathalie Emmanuel as Gelfling heroes. The remaining Gelfing characters are given voices by Caitriona Balfe, Helena Bonham-Carter.Moreover Harris Dickinson and Natalie Dormer will be giving voices as well. They will be joined by Eddie Izzard, Theo James. And Toby Jones will be joined by Shazad Latif, Gugu Mbatha-Raw as well as Mark Strong and Alicia Vikander.
The Skeksis and Mystics are going to be voiced by Harvey Fierstein. Ralph Ineson and Jason Isaacs will also be giving their voices. Along with them the series also has voices of Keegan-Michael Key, Olafur Darri Olafsson and Simon Pegg. Andy Samberg and Mark Hamill will be joining as well. All of these actors of The Dark Crystal Age of Resistance are well-known names from various hit shows and movies.
It isn’t really known when Netflix will release The Dark Crystal Age of Resistance but if we were to predict, it might come out this year. Maybe a teaser or a trailer is on the way given the explicit photos. Who knows? The series will consist of 10 episodes and the timeline will be years before the 1982 movie.
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