MEXICO CITY. – New Line Cinema Y Warner Bros. Animation they are creating a anime movie “The Lord of the Rings: War of the Rohirrim“.
The independent function will represent the bloody saga behind Helm’s Deep, the fortress depicted in “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”, and the man in whose honor it is named: Helmet hammer hand, the legendary King of Rohan who spent much of his reign locked in a long and costly war.
Veteran anime filmmaker Kenji Kamiyama, will direct the film from a script by Jeffrey Addiss y Will Matthews (“The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance”).
While, Joseph Chou (the TV series “Blade Runner: Black Lotus”) is producing.
While the film crew is new to the “Lord of the Rings” film franchise, the project is meant to be connected with the six films from director Peter Jackson on Middle-earth based on the books by JRR Tolkien.
Philippa Boyens, who won an Oscar for the screenplay for “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King,” is advising on the project, which will also be inspired by aesthetics and narrative in the trilogy from “The Lord of the Rings.”
“The War of the Rohirrim” is not, however, connected with the gigantic seriand Amazon’s “Lord of the Rings” which is deep in production in New Zealand.
That project is set in the Second Age of Middle Earth, millennia before the events of feature films; The reign of Helm Hammerhand, on the contrary, it was set about 260 years before the “LOTR” movies.
With the Amazon series in the making, New Line and Warner Animation eThey are at the forefront of their role, with animation at Sola Entertainment and voice casting already underway.
The six Middle-earth tapes have grossed over $ 5.8 billion worldwide for Warner Bros.
And it seems that the studio is not content to give up its claim to Tolkien’s creative territory a Amazon.
“All of us at New Line have a deep affinity for the extraordinary world that JRR Tolkien created, so the opportunity to dive back into Middle-earth with the Warner Bros. Animation team is a dream come true.” Carolyn Blackwood, Chief Operating Officer of Warner Bros. Pictures Group; and Richard Brener, President and Chief Creative Officer of New Line Cinema. it said in a statement. . “
“This will be another epic portrait of the world of JRR Tolkien that has never been told before,” said Sam Register, president of Warner Bros. Animation.
“We are honored to partner with so much of the incredible talent behind both film trilogies, along with creative new luminaries to tell this story.”
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