“Lord of the Rings” fans will have to wait longer than they want.
The film adaptation of the fantasy saga wasn’t due to be released from Amazon Studios until September 2, 2022. The broadcast company announced the start date for the still-untitled “Lord of the Rings” series on Monday (local time).
In addition, Amazon has published a photo of a landscape of Middle-earth with a majestic castle. Filming for the first season has been completed in New Zealand.
In 2017, Amazon acquired the worldwide television rights to British writer J. R. R. Tolkien’s fantasy saga and announced the film adaptation of the “Lord of the Rings” saga. The studio works with the Tolkien estate, among other things. Several seasons are planned.
The band includes actors and actresses such as Cynthia Addai Robinson, Robert Aramayo, Emma Horvath and Benjamin Walker. Among the Spanish directed by Juan Antonio Bayona.
Tolkien’s works are among the most successful in literary history. The three-part adaptation, directed by New Zealander Peter Jackson (“The Fellowship of the Ring” 2001; “The Two Towers” 2002; “The Return of the King” 2003) won 17 Academy Awards. The film trilogy with stars such as Elijah Wood, Viggo Mortensen, and Liv Tyler has grossed nearly three billion US dollars worldwide.