As all Lords of Rings fans have anticipated– but now it’s official, Amazon Prime Video stayed a mother. Amazon has announced Tuesday night in the USA, with a manufacturing team setting up the base in the most populous town of the country: Auckland. The Lord of the Rings sequel series will be shot in NZ. The original trilogy The Lord of the Rings and its prequel, The Hobbit, were also shot, where Peter Jackson selected his native New Zealand. Pre-production is now beginning, and in the next few months, the highly-awaited series, created by the Lord of the Rings author J.R.R. Tolkien in the world, will start to shoot.
By looking for the place where the primordial beauty of the Second Middle Earth Age can be brought to life in this country, we knew how to discover magnificent places on some magnificent sites with pristine coasts, forests, and hills, that is also a residence for world-class establishments, studios, extremely qualified craftsmen and other professionals », J.D. In a prepared declaration, Payne and Patrick McKay said. This question was only ever answered, and this is where the Lord of the Rings prequel series of Amazon obviously landed.
And we are glad we are now officially able to confirm our series of New Zealand based on stories from The Lord of the Rings, “added Payne and McKay.” We are thankful that in this pre-production period, we have supported the individuals and government of New Zealand and in particular, Auckland. We are already feeling at home with the abundance of Kiwi’s hospitality, and we look forward to deeper partnerships in the years to come.
With Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom director JA, the image is much clearer behind the scenes for what it’s worth. In addition to Belén Atienza, Lindsey Webers (10 Cloverfield Lane) and Bruce Richmond (the Game of Thrones), Gene Kelly (Boardwalk Empire), Sharon Tal Yguado, Gennifer Cahill (The sopranos), Justin Doble (Stranger Things), and the abovementioned Payne & McKay, Bayona has been responsible for both first and secondary episodes. Bayona also managed the company as an executive producer.
In collaboration with Tolkien Estate and Trust, the Amazon Studios manages production, The Lord of the Rings books editor HarperCollins, and New Line Cinema, a division of Warner Bros., which worked on Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings film trilogy. The Lord of the Rings Prequel Series 1 is expected to have a total of 20 episodes, compared to the decreasing sometimes single-digit episodes in the streaming period and prestige TV shows, as the scholar Tom Shippey, part of the creative team announced in July, has revealed. The Lord of the Rings sequel series is expected by Amazon to take the air by 2021.