Earlier, Amazon decided to bought the rights of the epic Lord of the Rings franchise and declared that a TV series is in the works. The film series was very much successful financially received acclaim from the critics for the acting, story, and direction. Now we will see Lord of the Ring’s new stories on the small screens. It’s a very costly project as the studio invested around 250 million USD.
Patrick McKay and JD Payne created the series, and the good news is the TV series will follow the incidents of the films. Earlier the production was stopped, but now there is an essential update for it. So keep reading to know about it:
Restart Of Production
The filming of the series of Lord of the Rings began in early 2020, but later, Amazon had to stopped it due to coronavirus outbreak. It is not the only project that is affected by the virus, Amazon already stopped filming on multiple projects. But now the good news is production will restart soon.
Amazon now got the permission to resume production in New Zealand from September 2020. Alongside the Amazon series, the projects like Cowboy Bebop and Sweet Tooth, and Power Rangers Beast Morphers series also received the permit to continue production soon.
Now the production has faced a delay so unfortunately, fans have to wait for more for the Lord of the Rings series. A release date is still not set for the upcoming series of Amazon. The series will appear nearly late 2021 on Amazon as per the sources. We will notify you if the studio will officially announce anything about the series.
This is the star cast of the Lord of the Rings series:
- Robert Aramayo
- Nazanin Boniadi
- Owain Arthur
- Morfydd Clark
- Maxim Baldry
- Tom Budge
- Ismael Cruz Córdova
- Ema Horvath
- Joseph Mawle
- Markella Kavenagh
- Sophia Nomvete
- Megan Richards
- Dylan Smith
- Tyroe Muhafidin
- Charlie Vickers
As the filming will begin soon so more casting is also occurring. BGT Actors Models & Talent is casting for the extras for which they want funny resembling artists or people with scars, burns, and more.
The TV series is heavily inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien’s best selling novels. It will bring back the audiences to the initial second age, at the moment of the Forging of the Rings. It will be the spinoff of the movies. For now there is limited information on the story.