Amazon’s Lord of the Rings show release date set for September 2022

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According to an official tweet, Amazon’s Lord of the Rings show appears to have a release date of September 2, 2022.

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NS Tweet It wasn’t just a date—it included a single still frame from the show, a gorgeous white town of a figure in a white on a green hill and, in the background, a sunset lighting up two towering trees. Tolkien nerds, start your engines.

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While it’s disappointing to hear that we’ll have to wait another year for the show to air for Lord of the Rings, it fits the timeline we’ve built from rumors and suggestions – just last month, series star Benjamin Walker famous That he was still filming at that time. Judging by the quality of the CGI used in the screenshot above, and Reported Budgeted at $465 million for the first season alone, it makes sense that Amazon would need months to a year to digitally build a world worthy of Middle-earth.

Analysis: Now I’m About Tolkien


thanks for the summary released Back in January, we know that Amazon’s Lord of the Rings show will cover the second era of Middle-earth when “great powers were forged, kingdoms rose to glory and doomed, impossible heroes tested, hope at its finest.” was hanging by a thread, and the greatest villain that had ever emerged from Tolkien’s pen threatened to cover the whole world in darkness.”

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Of course, that villain is Sauron, and we’re hoping to find out from the show how “The Deceiver” takes over his old boss Morgoth (an enemy of Middle-earth’s First Age) in order to make the first mortals the greatest in the world. To resist a great force. – Numenor, a human kingdom like Atlantis – and then taken prisoner, only to corrupt it from within.

It’s a bit spoiler, though mankind’s fall from heaven’s grace has been in the pages of the Bible like the Silmarillion since it was first published in 1977—and we see the outcome of this struggle in the opening scenes of Peter Jackson’s Fellowship . The Ring of the Ring, when the Last Alliance of Elves and Men brought down Sauron and ended the Second Age.

Back to new Tweet: Is this Numenor? Possibly – certainly the white stone and circular dome of Gondor appears in the structures as depicted in Jackson’s trilogy.

But that’s probably not the case, because, more apparently, the two trees in the distance may just be Telperion and Laureline, the silver and gold trees in Heaven-esque Valinor that lit up the world — and were felled by Morgoth in the early days. . Thus, it is possible, as this Reddit thread discusses, that the scene in the tweet takes place in some sort of flashback or prologue, before the dying tree produces a fruit and a flower that illuminates the first era. To become the Sun and the Moon.

The white figure that overlooks the city and the trees? Given that they seem to be staring at the two trees, it could be the dreaded god Morgoth, seeing as he craves the light of the trees. It could be Fanor, the most powerful elves who have captured their light in the priceless yet doom-filled Silmaril Gems that give the Silmarillion their name.

Or, ahem, it could be someone else entirely. But until we get more official news and footage from Amazon, we’re left speculating on what’s to come on Amazon’s Lord of the Rings show.

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