The Lord of the Rings Series Has More Action Than Any Other, Say Producers

When talking about The Lord of the Rings, there’s no way to hide from expectations, and the producers of The Rings of Power series are not running from them.

talking to the empire (Via CBR), JD Payne and Patrick McKay say their series of Lord of the Rings has more action than anything ever made, and sets out to tell a unique story.

“Everything that involves Helm’s Deep is so iconic and incredible that it made us think of doing something different that still had the face of Middle-earth, thus proposing a unique story.” – It says payne.

“The series has a lot of action, more than any other TV or streaming series we’ve seen. Each episode has parts, creatures, battles, and deadly fights.” – Complete the producer.

The duo also says that the action scenes will be immersive, making the audience feel the real danger that each creature in the series represents.

The Lord of the Rings series produced at Amazon Studios brings to the screen for the first time the heroic legends of the Second Age of Middle-earth. This epic drama is set thousands of years before the events of JRR Tolkien’s major works, The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, and will take audiences through a period where great powers were forged, and kingdoms rose to glory and fell to ruin.

Unlikely heroes will be tested, hope will be dangling from the thinnest of threads, and the greatest villain Tolkien ever created has threatened to cover the entire world in darkness.

Starting in a time of relative peace, the series follows an important group of characters, with new and familiar figures, as they confront the resurgence of evil in Middle-earth. From the depths of the Mountains of Mist, to the fabled forests of the elven capital Lindon, to the isle of Númenor, and the deepest corners of the map, these realms and characters will carve out their legacy, something that will be etched far into history.

The series The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power arrives in the Prime Video catalog on September 2.