According to the author of Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, Isildur will end up 'pissing a lot of people off' in the Amazon series

According to the author of Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, Isildur will end up 'pissing a lot ...

Isildur, the father of Aragorns, has a dangerous legacy as the guy who defeated Sauron but then kept the One Ring for himself (thus allowing the Dark Lord to return in the Third Age).

The first two episodes of Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power will air on Thursday, Sept. 1 but he's just a young sailors from Numenor who, according to portrayer Maxim Baldry, would likely enjoy My Chemical Romance.

When we meet him in the Amazon series, which is set in the Second Age, the aspiring sea captain is confronted with the pressures of having a famous father as well as grieving the death of his mother.

Elendil (Lloyd Owen), Isildur's father, who is just trying his hardest to steer him on the right path, is sure to piss off.

Owen thinks this may be my problem child. (Owen is no stranger to troubled sons, having played Klaus Mikaelson's biological father Ansel in The CW's The Originals.)

There's a classic father-son conflict that is ongoing, and [Im] trying to keep him in line.

The ongoing conflict in Isildurs sister Earien (Ema Horvath) has an additional impact on her. She finds herself caught in the middle.

Horvath claims that our other brother has escaped to the other side of the island we call home, and Isildur is threatening to do the same thing. [Earien is] a bit stressed trying to keep the family together.

Earien is often overlooked, and is vulnerable to other people's attention because of Isildur's dominance.

Are you ready for some Numenor family drama? What do you hope to see in Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power? Let us know what you think in the comments.