Amazon’s Lord of the Rings TV Collection Trailer, Launch Date

The primary teaser for Amazon’s “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Energy” TV sequence dropped on July 14, 5 months after the dramatic 60-second first teaser trailer supplied a window into the formidable, maximalist forthcoming Lord of the Rings prequel.

The sequence was introduced in November 2017, and in June 2018, Head of Amazon Studios Jennifer Salke gave followers an concept of what the brand new present is likely to be like when she revealed to The Hollywood Reporter that the studio was within the strategy of speaking to writers. “All of us would love an enormous, addictive present that’s executed on the prime of its recreation,” she mentioned. “I’ve sat with three or 4 completely different teams of writers . . . My hope can be to place collectively a gaggle of proficient folks, which is able to clearly have a frontrunner who can embark on this massive formidable endeavor.”

A couple of months shy of a 12 months later, the official Twitter account for the present posted a series of tweets that exposed a little bit of what all that tough work behind the scenes goes into. Amongst different issues, we now know that the sequence will likely be set within the Second Age, just a few thousand years earlier than Aragorn (the inheritor to the dominion of males in The Lord of the Rings, performed by Viggo Mortensen) was even born! And because the sequence’s launch date approaches, all of the glimpses we have gotten thus far have appeared to vow a worthwhile prequel to one of many greatest fantasy trilogies to ever grace the silver display screen.

Are you interested by the story and the artistic course of? Questioning if any acquainted faces from the unique trilogy will make appearances? Making an attempt to mark your calendar with a premiere date? Preserve studying to take a look at what we all know thus far.

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