Television Spot "The Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power" at the Super Bowl

Television Spot “The Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power” at the Super Bowl

More than four years after Amazon secured the rights to the Lord of the Rings franchise in a massive deal worth over $1 billion, the first footage from The Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power has been released.

Amazon shelled out $250 million for television rights alone for the Lord of the Rings franchise alone, with five season production commitments estimated at at least $1 billion, making the series the most expensive series in television history.

The budget for the first season alone is $465 million, and the first season is scheduled to premiere on September 2.

First footage: More than four years after Amazon secured the rights to the Lord of the Rings franchise in a massive deal said to be worth over $1 billion, the first footage from The Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power has been released .

First footage: More than four years after Amazon secured the rights to the Lord of the Rings franchise in a massive deal said to be worth over $1 billion, the first footage from The Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power has been released .

Debut: The first season alone has a reported budget of $465 million, with the first season set to debut on September 2.

Debut: The first season alone has a reported budget of $465 million, with the first season set to debut on September 2.

The trailer opens with footage from a large seaport where the voice of a young woman can be heard saying, “Have you ever wondered what else is out there?”

“There are wonders in this world beyond our wanderings,” the voice adds when we see the girl as she says, “I can feel it.”

Another shot shows a massive waterfall as a young woman plunges her dagger into a mountainside and holds on with all her might.

Seaport: The trailer opens with footage from a large seaport where a young woman's voice can be heard saying,

Seaport: The trailer opens with footage from a large seaport where a young woman’s voice can be heard saying, “Have you ever wondered what else is out there?”

Feel it:

Feel it: “There are wonders in this world beyond our wanderings,” the voice adds as we see the young girl as she says, “I feel it.”

Mountain: Another shot shows a massive waterfall as a young woman plunges her dagger into the side of a mountain and holds on with all her might.

Mountain: Another shot shows a massive waterfall as a young woman plunges her dagger into the side of a mountain and holds on with all her might.

Another character is facing a sea storm in a small boat, and another archer character is catching an arrow shot at him.

He then loads it into his own bow and fires it back at his invisible enemy in the dark forest.

The trailer also makes it clear that the show takes place before the Lord of the Rings movie and the book trilogy, as well as the Hobbit book and movies.

Archer: Another character is defying a sea storm in a small boat while another archer character is catching an arrow shot at him.

Archer: Another character is defying a sea storm in a small boat while another archer character is catching an arrow shot at him.

Before: The trailer also makes it clear that the show takes place before the Lord of the Rings movie and book trilogy, and the Hobbit book and movies.

Before: The trailer also makes it clear that the show takes place before the Lord of the Rings movie and book trilogy, and the Hobbit book and movies.

The trailer also shows an elf character along with many others on horseback, with another character fighting a huge torch-wielding creature.

The shots end with random characters, as well as a few shots teasing epic battles.

The last frame shows a small hand clenching several fingers of a much larger hand as the title card is revealed.

Creature: The trailer also shows an elf character along with many others on horseback, with another character fighting a huge torch-wielding creature.

Creature: The trailer also shows an elf character along with many others on horseback, with another character fighting a huge torch-wielding creature.

Final frame: The final frame shows a small hand clenching several fingers of a much larger hand as the title card is revealed.

Final frame: The final frame shows a small hand clenching several fingers of a much larger hand as the title card is revealed.

The official description shows that the series takes place in “the legendary Second Age of Middle-earth history”, thousands of years before the events of J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.

The series will take viewers to an era when great powers were born, kingdoms rose to glory and fell to ruin, unlikely heroes were tested, hope hung on the thinnest threads, and the greatest villain Tolkien ever wrote was under threat. cover the whole world in darkness.

“Beginning in a time of relative peace, the series follows a cast of characters both familiar and new as they confront a long-awaited resurgence of evil in Middle-earth,” reads the description.

Powers: The series will take viewers to an era when great powers were born, kingdoms rose to glory and fell to ruin, incredible heroes were tested, hope hung on the thinnest threads, and the greatest villain ever came from Tolkien's fairy tales.  the pen threatened to cover the whole world with darkness

Powers: The series will take viewers to an era when great powers were born, kingdoms rose to glory and fell to ruin, incredible heroes were tested, hope hung on the thinnest threads, and the greatest villain ever came from Tolkien’s fairy tales. the pen threatened to cover the whole world with darkness”

Description of the series: The official description shows that the series takes place in

Description of the series: The official description shows that the series takes place in “the legendary Second Age of the history of Middle-earth”, which takes place thousands of years before the events of “The Hobbit” and “The Lord of the Rings” by J. R. R. Tolkien.

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