Lord of the Rings – Series

ROBERT ARAMAYO TO PLAY HERO BELDOR IN AMAZON’S LORD OF THE RINGS, MOST EXPENSIVE TV SERIES EVER!

  ‘LORD OF THE RINGS’ SERIES
ROBERT ARAMAYO IS BELDOR
Earlier this winter everyone was shocked when Will Poulter left Amazon’s LORD OF THE RINGS TV series which is currently in pre-production, but it did not take them long to replace him. His role of young hero  Beldor will now go to Robert Aramayo, who starred in Harley and Davidson and Game of Thrones series. As Deadline reports, Amazon has already ordered the second season of the new epic show, the most expensive project ever seen on the small screens (the are rumours that the whole series will cost more than one billion dollars), but the production will go on a few months hiatus after filming first two episodes of season one so that the writers could map out the story and prepare it for season two as well. The only thing that is known of the plot so far is that it will be set in Middle Earth, exploring new storylines preceding J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Fellowship of the Ring. We have already announced Maxim Baldry, Ema Horvath, Markella Kavenagh (as female lead Tyra), Joseph Mawle (as villain Oren) and Morfydd Clark (as Elven queen Galadriel) in the cast of the series that will have 20 episodes in the first season.
Robert Aramayo will be the male lead apparently

Foundation

Apple has just found lead stars for its TV series adaptation of Isaac Asimov‘s famous sf classic FOUNDATION

The ten episode series will be toplined by Lee Pace and Jared Harris in a story about a band of exiles who discover that the only way to save the Galactic Empire from destruction is to defy it. As Deadline reports, Lee Pace will portray Brother Day, the current Emperor of the Galaxy, while Jared Harris will play Hari Seldon, a mathematical genius who predicts the demise of the empire. David Goyer (Da Vinci’s Demons) is serving as the show runner and executive producer as well. This comes after rumours that Apple has already invested close to $250 million into their sf series

 

SEE which launches their streaming service next week and has the second season already ordered!

 

Lee Place will rule the Galaxy in the new series

 

 

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