The Lord of the Rings series: Middle-earth moves from New Zealand

Amazon’s upcoming Lord of the Rings series is moving production from New Zealand to the UK for season 2. Several seasons have already been ordered for this dantesque series whose filming of the first part has ended August 2.

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The next Lord of the Rings series on Amazon Prime Video moves production from New Zealand to the UK for season 2. Several seasons have already been ordered for this series, which promises to exceed all ambitions. . The shooting of the first season was concluded at the beginning of August. Season 1 postproduction will continue in New Zealand until June 2022, while preproduction of Season 2 will begin simultaneously in the UK in 2022.

Middle-earth moves from New Zealand to England

It will be the first time that one of the franchise projects is produced outside of New Zealand. The move to the UK is not entirely unexpected, given that Amazon has a number of other big budget productions in the works across the Channel.

Amazon will however receive a nice 20% tax credit for this first season since it comes from New Zealand. Good news, since the series is one of the most expensive of all time.

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We still know little about the plot of the series. His official title is not yet known either. On the other hand, we know that it will take place during the so-called Second Age, thousands of years before the events of the Jackson films, books and The Hobbit. The series follows a set of characters, both familiar and new, as they face the dreaded re-emergence of evil in Middle-earth.

The wait will no longer be very long for all fans of the Lord of the Rings since the very big budget series and created from the fantasy saga of JRR Tolkien will be broadcast worldwide from September 2, 2022.

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