The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance is almost here. The latest featurette takes us inside the world, sharing why this is an awesome part of the world.
When we hear about prequels and reboots, we can often worry. I know there would have been some who worried about The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, a series based on the popular Jim Henson movie. However, there’s clearly nothing to worry about.
The latest feature from Netflix gives us a deeper look into this series. The actors who do the voices of many of the characters share about their experiences watching the original movie and why this new series is a beautiful addition to the franchise. It’s not replacing the original but acting as another part to the entire universe that was originally created.
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Sadly, Caitriona Balfe doesn’t share her experiences or thoughts in the featurette, but she will play a role in the series. She voices Tavra, who shares a striking resemblance with one of the main three characters. Could she be directly related?
The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance is a prequel to the 1982 movie. It all starts with the Skeksis being welcomed into the world as the saviors. However, it’s soon clear that they’re the bad guys in this series. Because of them, the Crystal of Truth is being damaged from corruption. The Gelfling’s world of Thra is dying.
When one Gelfling learns the truth and takes proof, he heads to the others and a small group goes on a mission to save Thra.
Check out the featurette and get ready for the prequel series.
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The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance will be on Netflix on Aug. 30.