Elon Musk criticizes “The Rings of Power”, Neil Gaiman answers him

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Reuters/Mike Blake/Pinguino K/Flickr

Elon Musk (left) and Neil Gaiman (right) gave their thoughts on Twitter about the ‘Rings of Power’ series

SERIES – After only two episodes of rings of power, Elon Musk already has an opinion on the series and makes it known. The billionaire did not hesitate to publish a tweet, which elicited some responses, including that of British fantasy author Neil Gaiman (Sandman).

On Monday, September 5, the billionaire tweeted about rings of power, the new series inspired by the saga The Lord of the Rings and Tolkien’s universe, broadcast on Amazon Prime.

Tolkien is turning in his grave “, he comments.

Also known for his “nerd” side, Elon Musk attracted reactions on the social network that almost belonged to him.

Questioned by a user who wanted a reaction from him, the author Neil Gaiman, who takes his inspiration from a certain Tolkien, commented on the tweet of the American entrepreneur:

Elon Musk doesn’t come to me for advice on how not to buy Twitter, and I don’t come to him for movie, TV, or literature reviews. »

Neil Gaiman is also the executive producer of the series. The Sandman (Netflix) adapted from the comic book of the same name also created by him.

This summer, the boss of Tesla and SpaceX was to buy said social network. He had terminated the $44 billion deal. He accuses Twitter of not having provided all the information requested on the number of inauthentic accounts and spam.

So far, almost all the male characters are cowards, assholes, or both. Only Galadriel is brave, smart and kind.” nevertheless adds Elon Musk for whom the only positive point of the series is the character of Galadriel.

A way to go against the current since the elf heroine played by Morfydd Clark receives many criticisms. Some viewers of the series are not fans of Galadriel and criticize her for having an arrogant side. With ten episodes planned for the first season and five seasons in total, the opinion of Elon Musk and that of skeptical Internet users can still change.

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