Lord of the Rings TV show sets first season 2 filming locations as production moves to UK

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Middle-earth is coming to the UK – Amazon has set the UK’s first filming location for its season 2 lord of the rings tv show, Diversity Report.

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Earlier this year, it was announced that production was shifting from New Zealand to the UK for the show’s second season – Peter Jackson’s original trilogy and The Hobbit prequel All Down Under, as well as Season 1 of the Amazon show. was filmed.

A new report reveals that the UK’s first filming locations have been selected: Bray Film Studios in Maidenhead and Bowingdon Airfield in Hertfordshire. The latter has 60 acres of open land and the films filmed there include Justice League And Fast & Furious 6,

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Not much is yet known about the series, however. first glance image has been released. It appears to be a farce, though – the season 1 budget is rumored to be around $450 million. By comparison, the combined cost of Jackson’s trilogy was $281 million.

Meanwhile, the show’s official synopsis says that it will “take viewers back to an era in which great powers were forged, kingdoms rose to glory and doomed, impossible heroes tested, hope thwarted with the finest threads.” hung, and the greatest villain ever Tolkien’s pen bleed threatens to cover the whole world in darkness.”

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While we wait for the Lord of the Rings TV show to streamer on September 2, 2022, check out our list. best shows on amazon prime Which you can watch now.

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