A new adventure is about to begin.
Amazon Studios released the first trailer for the original “Lord of the Rings” series and announced a premiere date: September 2, 2022.
The images, released towards the end of filming for the first installment, show more of New Zealand’s recognizable landscapes from Peter Jackson’s Oscar-winning film trilogy.
Series, that it is thought to have harmed Amazon $465 million for a season, it’s set thousands of years before the events of “Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit” and marks the first time JRR’s Second Age of Middle-earth has been adapted for the screen.
The series’ extensive cast includes Cynthia Addai-Robinson (“Spartacus”), Robert Aramayo (“Game of Thrones”), Nazanin Boniadi (“Counterpart”) and many others.
“As Bilbo said, ‘Now I think I’m ready for another journey.’ Living and breathing in Middle Earth during these months has been the adventure of my life. We can’t wait for fans to get the chance to do it too,” writers and executive producers JD Payne and Patrick McKay said in a statement.
Amazon’s still untitled “Lord of the Rings” series has a great legacy to live on: The “Lord of the Rings” books have been translated into more than 40 languages and have sold more than 150 million copies. , and his film trilogy won a total of 17 Oscars, including best picture for 2003’s “The Return of the King.”
If you want to read this article in Spanish, click here
“Problem solver. Proud twitter specialist. Travel aficionado. Introvert. Coffee trailblazer. Professional zombie ninja. Extreme gamer.”