Robyn Malcom, who portrayed Morwen in The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers, believes that Gandalf should be female in Amazon's TV show.
Orlando Bloom was at the TCA summer press tour to promote a forthcoming big-budget fantasy drama for Amazon. However, while the SVOD service teased some crew news on the TV adaptation of Lord of the Rings, Bloom was on stage to talk up Carnival Row. But Bloom did reveal that Peter Jackson was prescient during […]
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.
Lord of the Rings stars Orlando Bloom and Liv Tyler reunite for an adorable 'Killer Joe' selfie with a puppy.
The Hollywood star discusses the empowering nature of her new action-thriller, wanting black women to be part of more mythologies and when we can expect Bad Boys on the small screen.
There may be very little in terms of detail for Amazon’s upcoming mammoth project bringing The Lord of the Rings to the small screen, but even in its very early stages it looks like it’s setting itself up for failure. First, the series will be an Amazon exclusive, meaning it’ll only be available to subscribers of the Prime Video streaming service or to anyone who is signed up to Amazon Prime. Despite nemesis Netflix throwing money at a number of new shows and original movies (see Annihilation for one of its recent successes), it appears Amazon are trying to outdo them and, in the process, inadvertently place themselves under enormous pressure.
In the wake of the huge Lord of the Rings TV show announcement, we take a look at other upcoming fantasy adaptations lined up for the small screen.