If you’re like me, you’ve forgotten and remembered several times that a new TV show, The Lord of the Rings, has been developed on Amazon. Well, five years and a pandemic (still ongoing) later, we finally have our first look at the program, as well as the release date: September 2, 2022.
True, this can be bypassed-but not unless you're a techie who knows what he's doing. And from the images in the image above, which shared those from the show Official Twitter today I can see where that is $ 450 million budget is going. According to eagle-eyed fans in the answers, the region shown in the image is Valinor and the city of Valmar, home of the elves during the period in which this series is supposed to take place. It seems like a lovely time to live.
On closer inspection, fans also think they’ve seen two figures with deep roots in the Lord of the Rings tradition: The Two Trees of Valinor, Laurelin and Telperion. This is the first thing I’m learning about these giant leaf guys, so keep up with me, but that’s what unofficial wiki of LOTR you have to say about them:
"The two Valinor trees, also known as the Valar trees or simply the two trees, were Laurelin (the golden tree) and Telperion (the silver tree), which carried the light in the land of the valar in antiquity was destroyed by Melkor and the original Ungoliant spider, but their last flower and fruit were made by the valar in the Sun and the Moon ".
On September 2, 2022 a new journey begins. pic.twitter.com/9tnR7WqDoAAugust 2, 2021
Presumably, the above helps Rings superheroes to pinpoint the timeline of the TV show. From previously shared maps, we know that the show takes place sometime in the Second Age, thousands of years before the events of the Peter Jackson movies. I find it a little strange that these trees turn into sun and moon, but I guess he jokes with Melkor and his friend. Also, I hope that none of this qualifies as a spoiler that I will be called upon to arrive next September.
The arrival of a new LOTR program may lead to an increase in interest in the Tolkien universe, which will probably mean more games. By now, the biggest on record is Lord of the Rings: Gollum, which Andy predicted in March, and which also comes to light next year, no doubt accompanied by many terrible mentions of precious in the reviews .