If you are into novels, you cannot miss the names like ‘Fault In Our Stars,‘ ‘Lord of the Rings,’ and ‘Divergent.’ Yes, we are talking about some great movies inspired by some great novels. Well, the good news that Lord of the Rings is finally going to be a web television series. Here is everything you need to know about it.
Will it stream on Amazon Prime?
Yes, Amazon has taken the streaming rights of Lord of the Rings, and its filming began in earlier this, which was halted due to the pandemic crisis. However, now that they are back on the same page, we can expect the series by the end of 2021. After a lot of discussions, Amazon Prime decided that the shooting will take place in New Zealand.
Lord of the Rings: Who will star?
The star cast of Lord of the Rings was announced in January 2020.
- Robert Aramayo
- Owain Arthur
- Nazanin Boniadi
- Tom Budge
- Morfydd Clark as Galadriel
- Ismael Cruz Córdova
- Ema Horvath
- Markella Kavenagh
- Joseph Mawle
- Tyroe Muhafidin
- Sophia Nomvete
- Megan Richards
- Dylan Smith
- Charlie Vickers
- Daniel Weyman
- Maxim Baldry
We do not have any updates on the roles they are performing, but we will fill you in as soon as the word gets out.
What is known about the second season?
Amazon Prime in November confirmed that fans could expect the second season of Lord of the Rings is coming soon after the first season. Well, that is good news. Also, the showrunner announced that they would be taking a break after filming the first two episodes of the first season to see from far perspective and link to the season smoothly. Now that the production team has declared it, we do not have to worry about the future of our favorite series. So, gear up fellas as we have a lot coming right in front of us.