Arriving at a bunch of anime, there will be Lord of the Rings and Godzilla as well

In addition to the Warner Bros. project, Netflix is ​​also making several new features.

The spacious world of The Lord of the Rings is expanded with a brand new work, but this time it is not a live-action film or series, but an animated cartoon, quite precisely an anime. The recently announced The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim will guide viewers to the land of the riders, Rohan, and we will learn from it the story of the legendary Hammerhead Helm, and not just anyone behind the project.

The anime is directed by Kenji Kamiyama, who has previously worked on the Ghost in the Shell as well as the Ultraman franchise. Philippa Boyens, screenwriter of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, also joined the party as a consultant, so the project seems to be in good hands. It is not yet known who will give the sounds of each character, but we have already got a picture next to The War of the Rohirrim.

And in addition to Warner Bros., Netflix also seems to please fans of anime with more news, as the streaming service provider has announced a lot of fresh creations. On June 24, for example, Godzilla: Singular Point arrives, from which we have already received a short pastime.

Another well-known franchise is also expanding thanks to Netflix, with the release of the Mobile Suit Gundam Hathaway series on July 1, which also looks like a pretty exciting piece.

A little later, on August 9, subscribers can enjoy an adventure called Shaman King.

And on August 26, Edens Zero will also be on offer, not incidentally based on a known manganese.

Then comes Exception, which, based on a picture posted on Twitter, will probably be pretty scary horror.

Anime is even based on one of Netflix’s self-produced films, Bright: Samurai Soul has been announced.

Plus, the line isn’t over yet, as the service provider has unveiled another anime, namely Make My Day, which will take us to a frosty and mysterious planet.

So there are indications that Netflix does not want to leave the anime in the future either, and this move is likely to be enjoyed by many around the world.

Which of the above creations do you expect the most?

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