If you’re anything like me, you’ve forgotten and remembered on several occasions that a great new Lord of the Rings TV show has been developed on Amazon. Well, after five years and one pandemic (it’s still going), we finally got our first look at the show, along with its release date: September 2, 2022.
That’s right, it’s still more than a year away, but at least it looks more realistic. Among the manifestations of the image above, which was shared by the show Official Twitter Today, I can see where that is A budget of 450 million dollars Going. According to eagle eyes fans in the responses, the area depicted in the photo is Valinor and the city of Valmar, the home of the elves during the time period in which the series is supposed to take place. Seems like a nice time to stay alive.
On closer inspection, fans also believe they’ve discovered two characters with deep roots in the Lord of the Rings lore: The Two Trees of Valinor, Laurelin, and Telperion. This is my first time learning about these giant tree-lined boys, so bear with me, but here’s what it is Unofficial LOTR Wiki He should say about them:
“The two Valar trees, also known as the Valar trees or just the two trees, were laurelin (the golden tree) and the tilperion (the silver tree), which brought light to the land of the Valar in ancient times. They were destroyed by Melchor and the primitive non-tree spider, but the last flower and fruit was made by the Valar in The sun and the moon “.
On September 2, 2022, a new journey begins. pic.twitter.com/9tnR7WqDoAAugust 2, 2021
The above supposedly helps fans of the rings determine the schedule for the TV show. We know from maps previously shared that the show takes place sometime in the Second Age, thousands of years before the events of the Peter Jackson films. It seems a little strange to me that these trees became the sun and the moon, but the banter on Melchor and his spider friend, I think. Also, I hope none of this qualifies as a spoiler I’ll be shouting at next September.
The arrival of the new LOTR show will likely increase interest in the world of Tolkien, which likely means more games. So far, the biggest one on the agenda is Lord of the Rings: Gollum, which Andy previewed back in March, and will also be released sometime next year, undoubtedly accompanied by a lot of terrible references to valuables in the reviews.