New Line Cinema announces The War of Rohirrim as a prequel film for the LoTR franchise in a new style for the saga: Anime. Here’s what to expect.
In the fall of 2017, Lord of the Rings fans were given the greatest news in all of Middle-earth: Amazon Prime declared that they were to adapt Tolkien’s epic fantasy, only in an entirely new way and age. Instead of taking place in the Third Age, it would cover a prequel to the trilogy we all know and love, only the exact synopsis of the Second Age adventure was not revealed… until now!
Tolkien fans everywhere have been counting down the years (three years, so far, to be exact) until they’d receive more info about the new Lord of the Rings show that Amazon Prime is adapting, and we finally have some news! Twenty actors’ names have just been announced for the cast.
In honor of The Return of the King, the climactic end of the revered classic and one of the most iconic trilogies of all time, we’re celebrating this literary milestone with a comprehensive list of little known facts on the novel, the king in question, and Tolkien’s writing and publishing process.
This week, Bookstr has decided to give you a special treat! To celebrate both Harry Potter’s and J. K. Rowling’s birthdays, we have decided to give you the definitive list of the best, the coolest, the most magical, books with wizards, witches, magic, or all three! So take out your wand and whip out your flaming sword, here’s are five books that have pages racked to the brim with spells-galore! 5. The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien Image Via Daily Express The history of this trilogy doesn’t need to be reiterated, from Tolkien’s belief …