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Warner Bros. And New Line Cinema Are Making The Lord Of The Rings Franchise

Date: May 30, 2024 Time: 18:56:19

Warner Bros. Film Studios and New Line Cinema signed a multi-year deal. They plan to create new movies based on The Lord of the Rings. A source for The Hollywood Reporter suggested that Warner Bros. wants to turn the story into a franchise like Star Wars.

So far, there are no scripts for future movies. The study will involve the director of three films based on “The Lord of the Rings” Peter Jackson, as well as screenwriters Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens. At the moment, preliminary negotiations are underway.

Warner Bros. owns the rights to the stories about the War for the Ring of Omnipotence and the Third Age of Middle-earth, which speaks to the beloved audiences of Gandalf, Aragorn and the hobbits. Amazon explores the lesser-known Second Age, about which John RR Tolkien wrote little.

“Tolkien’s fictional world is extremely detailed, mostly created to support two hackneyed stories; even minor deviations from tradition elicit a backlash from fans. As a result, the two giant studios may feel like they are spending billions fighting over Tolkien’s creative breadcrumbs,” THR writes of the problems with The Lord of the Rings.

Remember that in the universe of “The Lord of the Rings” Amazon Studios will remove the series. The second season will be directed by an all-female team of directors. Charlotte Brandström will act as director. She will be joined by Sana Hamri, known for Shameless, Elementary, and American Horror Stories.

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Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor
Hansen Taylor is a full-time editor for ePrimefeed covering sports and movie news.
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