Lord of the Rings prequel: Rings of Power started streaming with huge response Lord of the Rings fans and celebrities. Bollywood actors Hrithik Roshan, Tamannaah Bhatia, Rasika Dugal, Mini Mathur and 83 director Kabir Khan praised the magnum opus when they attended its test show. LOTR fans went crazy for the magnificence and VFX displayed in the first two episodes of the series streamed on OTT. The The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power is based on Lord of the Rings and its additions by JRR Tolkien. Rings of Power set a benchmark for a Prime Video series on its very first day of streaming. According to an Economic Times report LOTR the prequel was watched by more than 25 million viewers worldwide on Day 1.Also Read – The Rings of Power Celeb Review: Hrithik Roshan, Tamannah Bhatia and Kabir Khan Can’t Stop Raving About LOTR Prequel
THE LOTR PREQUEL HAS A BUDGET OF OVER $465 MILLION
The OTT giant launched the first two episodes The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power on Friday in more than 240 countries and territories. However, it is unclear whether viewers watched all episodes or parts of them. The digital streaming platform reportedly spent more than a whopping $465 million to produce the show’s first season, which was shot in New Zealand, according to The Economic Times. The Rings of Power has become one of the most expensive and ambitious shows ever produced since Amazon took on the programming in 2013. Also Read – The Rings of Power Twitter Review: Netizens Get Nostalgic After Watching LOTR Prequel, Call It ‘Visual Spectacle’
THE RINGS OF POWER DATE BACK 4000 YEARS BEFORE LOTR AND THE HOBBIT
Upcoming episodes of The Rings of Power will be released weekly until the season finale on October 14. The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power is set in JRR Tolkien’s fictional Middle-earth during a time known as the Second Age. The timeline of this period goes back 4,000 years before the events of the year Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. Amazon Prime has decided to reveal the story in 50 hours over five seasons, an ET report said. Also Read – Sylvester Stallone Denies Rumors of Marital Troubles
The Rings of Power is streaming on Amazon Prime from September 2, 2022.