The Lord of the Rings : the series is going to get his writers on the side of Star Trek
The next series stamped Amazon on the world of Tolkien comes to find its writers. Two characters quite unknown that are going to have a hell of a pressure on their shoulders.
Do not turn around the pot. Everyone was waiting with impatience news of the tv show the Lord of the Rings. Who would have the daunting task of reviving the work, dante and the amazing J. R. R Tolkien ? That would be the person capable of succeeding to the juggernaut of Peter Jackson ? To these questions, Amazon has just unveiled the names of the elect who will care to write the scenario of the series.
Thus, the writers of the next Star Trek 4, J. D. Payne and Patrick McKay, who will have the opportunity, or burden, of care for the show.
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Unknown ? Yes and no. J. D. Payne and Patrick McKay have not yet developed a career titanic behind them, like Orson Welles, Ethan Coen, Steven Spielberg, and other major figures in film, but they are not pure neophytes in their fields. The two men have worked on Star Trek Without limits directed by Justin Lin and released in 2016.
Follows a collaboration between two friends on the Jungle Cruise, the upcoming adventure movie with Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson which will be released on October 9, 2019, Godzilla vs. Kong is scheduled for 2020, as well as the next Star Trek 4 not yet titled and no release date.
“And ben the brothel, there’s a lot of stuff planned in this world”
“We feel like Frodo leaving the Shire, with a great responsibility in hand. This is the beginning of the adventure of a lifetime “ had said J. D. Payne and Patrick McKay in a press release. We wish them all the same an epic less complicated than those of the two Hobbits.
For the time being, the synopsis of the official series has not been released yet, but could focus on the youth of Aragorn, interpreted in the trilogy by Viggo Mortensen. Possible so that we can again cross the iconic Elrond (Hugo Weaving) and Gandalf (Ian McKellen). The release date is not yet known, but Amazon has already placed an order for five seasons , as well as a potential spin-off.
A great power implies great responsibility, my friends