Although a mysterious box may seem strange to the world of “The Lord of the Rings”, there is a reason for it to exist in “The Rings of Power”. As hosts JD Payne and Patrick McKay said The Hollywood Reporterthey wanted to avoid doing this “The Sauron Show” by focusing on the iconic villain in the first place.
Indeed, when the film was announced as being set in the Second Age and talking about ring forging, many fans noted that this would make Sauron a major character, at least from within. dark. After all, most of the major events from this era were either directly caused or influenced by Sauron. The moment we see Sauron is the moment he overshadows all the other characters. But that’s not what the showrunners of “The Rings of Power” had in mind.
“We want you to fall in love with Middle-earth again,” McKay said. “We want you to understand and relate to the struggles each of these characters is having before we test them in a way they’ve never been tested before.”
But once he shows up, don’t believe Sauron looks like the iconic fiery eye on a tower like in the movie “Lord of the Rings”. This Sauron will “form fair” – which means, yes, he can be anyone.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1040410/sauron-wont-appear-in-the-rings-of-power-as-you-remember-him-in-the-lord-of-the-rings/ Sauron won’t appear in the rings of power when you remember him in The Lord of the Rings