Don't forget Cate Blanchett, the 'Rings of Power' fandom has one eye on Galadriel

Galadriel is among the wisest and oldest of the elves that we are to know within The Lord of the Rings trilogy. 

The wisdom she possesses came with a price but in the course of The Rings of Power explores the earlier times of the elf 

during her time in the Second Age, we are becoming more aware of the challenges she faced and had overcome.

In The Fellowship of the Ring in which Frodo meets Galadriel, the Lady from Lorien, 

Tolkien described her as "grave and beautiful," and despite her appearance being unchanged for thousands of years her eyes reflected the passing of time she observed, 

"for these were keen as lances in the starlight, and yet profound, the wells of deep memory." 

In The Rings of Power, although the story does deviate somewhat from Tolkien's original work,

they show us a different version of the character who is still youthful and adamant and grappling 

with the burden of her losses and willing to fight with everything she can against the advancing darkness