Amazon announced the creative team of the upcoming Lord of the Rings series during the summer tour of the Association of Television Critics on Saturday. Weber ("10 Cloverfield Lane"), Bruce Richmond ("Game of Thrones"), Gene Kelly ("Boardwalk Empire") and Amazon Sharon Tal Yguado's former head of the genre; writer and executive producer Gennifer Hutchison ("Breaking Bad"); writer and executive producer Jason Cahill ("The Sopranos"); writer and executive producer Justin Dobble ("Weird Things"); consultants Bryan Cogman ("Playing the Thrones") and Stephanie Folsom (Toy Story 4); producer Ron Ames ("The Aviator"); writer and co-producer Helen Shan (Hannibal);
Variety previously reported on Cogman's participation in the series in May.
Also today announced: Costume Designer Kate Hawley ("Suicide Squad"); producer designer Rick Heinrichs ("Star Wars: The Last Jedi"); visual effects manager Jason Smith ("The Revenant"); Scientist Tolkien Tom Shipka; and illustrator and conceptual artist John Haw.
They join the previously announced behind-the-scenes team of exhibitors and executive producers J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay and J.A. Baiona, who will lead the first two episodes and executive production alongside his partner, Belen Atienza.
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Little is known about the series "The Lord of the Rings", in addition to exploring new stories preceding J.R.R. Tolkien is the "Brotherhood of the Ring". The official profile on the Twitter show sent a map image along with the two messages: "One ring to rule them all, one ring to find them, one ring to bring them all, and in the dark to connect them the land of Mordor, where the shadows lie, "as well as" Welcome to the Second Age ". In Tolkien's Mythology the Second Age is the time when the rings of authority Diversity reported exclusively in November 2017 that the Lord of the Rings series is in process of work in Amazon, and the oyster declares a multi-seasonal commitment to production shortly thereafter, the series will be produced by Amazon Studios in collaboration with Tolkien Estate and Trust, HarperCollins and New Line Cinema, a division of Warner Bros. Entertainment