you would have liked rings of power Probably not. What the hell, if there are also fans of the trilogy the hobbit, Importantly, the world created by Tolkien has a long way to go. We live in an era of squeezing products to the max. And if done properly then there is no problem in it. It would be a shame not to take advantage of this vast universe created by Tolkien to expand and give new stories to the world. For this reason, we look forward to the year 2024 and be able to enjoy Rohirrim War,
We’re talking about an animated film (the original trilogy was also adapted in animated format earlier) that will take us back to the original trilogy 250 years ago. Developed by New Line Cinema and Warner Bros., the animated film has a release date set for April 12, 2024. Diversity Toby Emmerich, head of Warner Bros.
It is a gift to be able to visit Middle-earth again under the leadership of one of the same many creative visionaries and geniuses, Kenji Kamiyama. It will be an epic performance unlike anything the audience has seen before.
On tape we’ll have voices from artists like Brian Cox (as long as we watch it in the original version, of course)succession), Gaia Wise, Lew Pasqualino, Lawrence Ubong, Lorraine Ashbourne, Yazdan Wafouri, Benjamin Weinrift, Michael Wildman, Jude Akwudik, Bilal Hasna or Janine Dusitsky. However, what has caught fans’ attention is the appearance of Miranda Otto, who played Owings in Peter Jackson’s original trilogy.
But, it is bound to arise the question that what is this film going to tell? Well, that’s exactly what we want to tell you here.
‘The War of the Rohirrim’: What Story Does the Movie Tell?
Do you remember the Battle of Helm’s Deep? It’s perhaps the best moment of the film trilogy, the only one that shines even more in its film adaptation than in the book. Well, maybe when this tape is released and they tell you about the Battle of Helm’s Deep, you have to ask which one?
The tapes would be narrated by Éowyn herself, but to tell the story of her ancestors who gave their name to the Walls, who would oppose Isengard’s Uruk-hai two centuries later.
Brian Cox will voice Helm Hammerhand, King of Rohan. Gara Wise will play his daughter Hera. The enemy in this legendary battle will be the Dueldings, led by Wolfe (Luke Pasqualino), their leader seeking to avenge the death of his father Freka (Sean Dooley). As we already know, female heirs in Rohan cause problems, besides Hera we will meet King Helm’s nephew and heir to the throne ahead of Hera, Frelaf Hildsson (Lawrence Ubong).
The rest of the voice cast (Lorraine Ashbourne, Yazdan Kafoury, Benjamin Wainwright, Michael Wildman, Jude Akvudik, Bilal Hasna and Janine Duvitsky) is yet to be cast. However, given that the film will chronicle one of the most epic battles in the entire Third Age of Middle-earth, it is to be expected that many of them will be warriors for one side or the other.
from the appendix of Lord of the Ringsloss incomplete stories And the truth from what was narrated by Tolkien during the Battle of the Two Towers at Helm’s Castle would not have fit Tolkien’s own story. Like The Rings of Power, they would use the base information to develop and expand upon it. Helm Hammerhand (which has been translated more historically than Hammer Hand as Helm Iron Hand) is, for Tolkien, the legendary warrior king of the history of Rohan and his ninth emperor. The tapes would tell of the great territorial war that Rohan waged against the Dalandings, the people of the mountains who did not accept the authority of either Rohan or Gondor. Curiously, at this time it was the Duelings who captured the fortress of Isengard.
Why does Wolf want to avenge Freka by fighting Helm? Well, because Freka, with Dundaling blood but also part of Rohan royalty, died at the hands of Helm’s hammer after humiliating the entire court council. Helm himself names all of Freka’s soldiers and Bannermen enemies of Rohan, creating an escalating conflict. 4 years later, when Rohan is fighting off an invasion of men from the east (with elephants in the trilogy), the Dunledigns, led by Wulf, attack from the west.
We don’t want to guess all the events of the movie, but you can imagine that King Helm had to take refuge in what was formerly known as the Hornburg fortress, in the White Mountains. While out at Helm, the king lost his son Halef, who fell out with Erodas. It would be his nephew, Frelaf, who would take over his role. More than an epic battle, the siege of the fort was a long one, filled with winter, famine and despair, a battle to see who could last the most. We’ll save the ending, but we’ll tell you that Helm’s horn and its battle for the reconquest of Rohan by the Rohirrim was a big part of the legend.