Let’s try something a little different!
Last month it was reported that Amazon’s Lord of the Rings prequel series may spend the first season focusing on the adventures of a young Aragorn as he journey’s through Middle Earth to avoid the gaze of Sauron.
With that in mind I thought it would be fun to take a look at casting some characters who may appear in said series, with a particular focus on new characters rather than re-casting younger versions of characters whom we know and love from both the Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies.
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With the news that Peter Jackson is in talks with Amazon over their Lord of the Rings prequel series, and that the Amazon Prime exclusive show will take place within the movie universe, we’ve decided to take a look at 5 possible stories for the show to tell.
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If J.R.R Tolkien can publish a new book 45 years after his death then people really need to stop worrying about G.R.R Martin popping his clogs before A Dream of Spring.
Fortunately, Tolkien has his son Christopher to thank for his latest publication as despite rumours that Beren and Lúthien would be the final publication from the Tolkien family it was finally confirmed yesterday by Harper Collins that The Fall of Gondolin will be hitting book stores on 30 August this year.
The Tolkien Society added some more info, stating that “The Fall of Gondolin will follow the same format as Beren and Lúthien published last year, separating out the story so that it stands alone while showing how the narrative evolved over the years. This is the first time the tale of the Fall of Gondolin will be published as a standalone edition, collecting all versions of the story together.”
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After news recently broke that the new Amazon Lord of the Rings TV show was going to cost over $500m, thanks to the Hollywood Reporter we now have even more to break down about the show.
According to the print version of the Hollywood Reporter (No online link yet available) despite not taking part in the rights negotiations between Amazon and the Tolkien Estate, Peter Jackson’s lawyer has apparently “helped start a dialogue between Jackson and Amazon.”
This will come as a great relief to many who loved the Lord of the Rings trilogy of films, as it also appears as though Amazon may use “material from the [New Line] films”, meaning that the show will now exist within the continuity of the Oscar winning classics.
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