‘The War of the Rohirrim’ has found the perfect gap between the original trilogy and the ambitious Amazon Prime Video series.
that audio-visual universe Lord of the Rings can be increased from The new ‘Spin-off’ and stories about Middle-earth It was a real informational bombshell for fans of the famous fantasy franchise last summer. Swedish holding company Embracer Group announced as ambitious new owner of Middle Earth EnterprisesThe owner of the exclusive worldwide rights to many elements of the most important books of JRR Tolkien’s work (and who also had various licenses for films, video games, merchandise, and almost anything else related to Middle-earth.
However, while the new owner has “opened the door to discover other films based on iconic characters such as Gandalf, Aragorn, Gollum, Galadriel, Éowyn and other characters from Tolkien’s literary works”, the rights to Tolkien’s work are a veritable maze. in which different companies and different segments come into play. As we already know, the rights to the Peter Jackson trilogy are held by Warner Bros. The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power It doesn’t even come in your domain (although it will bring you financial benefits).
In any case, we have stopped talking about Embracer Group and how the European ‘holding’ can further expand the franchise, because No projects have been announced yet. opposite of this, yes there is a new movie Lord of the Rings Firmly, that it is 100% reality and that we will be able to see in 2024.
about this animated feature film The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim (Rohirrim War)A project that inevitably reminds us of when its first adaptation Lord of the Rings Tolkien as an animated film in 1979 and directed by Kenji Kamiyama (Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Blade Runner: Black Lotus) and play a fundamental role of Sola Entertainment, New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. as producer and distributor, respectively.
The ambitious and long-awaited anime film was announced in the summer of 2021 and the project, far from being in the pipeline, may already see its premiere on the horizon. If there are no changes, Rohirrim War It will hit the theaters on April 12, 2024.
The Rohirrim War, an epic episode in Tolkien’s work
The most loyal fans of Tolkien’s work won’t suspect too much about the episodes in the British author’s work that the new feature film will be focusing on, but those less versed in the fantasy ‘bestseller’ should know Rohirrim War The true difference between the original trilogy and the Amazon series has been found rings of powerOf which, by the way, a new season is also expected next year.
The Rohirrim War is a prequel to Tolkien’s most famous work, but nowhere near as far-fetched as the series itself. The film is conceived as a complementary piece to the trilogy and will be set approximately 250 years before the events in the Jackson saga. So, like the movies, it too belongs to the third era of Middle-earth and is far from the second one in which the plots of the Amazon series take place.
it’s been almost a year now Diversity was able to show us an exclusive first look at concept art for the film, which shows Jackson’s six films are heavily influenced by. Thanks in large part to his team., which includes, in addition to Kamiyama, Philippa Boyens, who was part of the trilogy’s writing team, as executive producer; his daughter Phoebe Gittins, who co-wrote the film with Artie Papageorgiou; and to various members of the creative team on the trilogy: Richard Taylor, Alan Lee and Tolkien illustrator John Howe.
“To be able to revisit Middle-earth with the same creative visionary and genius Kenji Kamiyama is a gift,” Warner director Toby Emmerich assured Variety at the time. ever seen
also known as cast tape soundthat leads the hero succession Brian Cox as the King of Rohan and accompanied by a huge list of names including Miranda Otto, who is in charge of giving life Iovine in the Jackson Trilogy.
In fact, it will be the noble maiden of the Rohirrim who is in charge of telling this important story about her ancestors: A legendary battle that helped shape Middle-earth will delve into the untold story of the fortress at Helm’s Deep.