It’s been a busy ten days for the global SVODs in London as top execs from Netflix, Amazon and Apple all outlined their multi-million-dollar ambitions in the UK. Grilled by members of the House of Lords, all three streamers opened up about their strategies to produce significant numbers of hours of programming out of Britain. […]
The mammoth $1.5bn shoot was reportedly mulling a deal to shoot in Scotland later this year.
Amazon is keen to fill the void left by Game of Thrones, hoping to hoover up show fans with its planned Lord of the Rings series.
According to The New York Times, the director has spent the last year shopping a manuscript to the major publishing houses, but without success.
Amazon have responded to Woody Allen's lawsuit against them, insisting that the director sabotaged the released of A Rainy Day In New York.
Details are beginning to emerge about Amazon Studios' Lord of the Rings TV series, and it sounds like the scale of the project is mind-boggling.