The Lord of the Rings Series producer explains changes to the Orcs’ visuals

The visuals of orcs of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power have been given a lot of talks, and the producer of the series justifies the reason for their change in relation to the films.

talking to the IGNLindsey Weber says that the orcs from the series of Lord of the Rings are situated in a different era, and with that there is a need to differentiate them.

“It seemed fitting that their appearance was different, as the series is part of a wilder, rawer Second Age, Middle-earth, closer to where the First Age ends. As we find them they are still not so organized into armies, they are a little more dispersed, still scouring the area. So it’s a different time for them in current history.” – It says Weber

These characters, who have already been villains in the film trilogies of Lord of the Rings and The Hobbitpromise to cause trouble again for the plot protagonists of the upcoming series.

The Lord of the Rings series produced by 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 the main works of JRR Tolkien, The Hobbit, and The Lord of the Rings, and will take audiences back to a time when 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 Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power arrives in the Prime Video catalog on September 2.