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The Official Cast For Amazon’s Lord Of The Rings Series

The journey back to Middle-Earth is one step closer as Amazon has announced it’s cast for their upcoming Lord of The Rings TV series. 

Amazon Prime’s upcoming Lord of the Rings TV show is getting massive buzz since it is set to debut in 2021. Now, it seems the hype train has picked up speed with the cast announced. The cast list was confirmed by showrunners  J.D. Payne and Patrick Mckay as they released a statement. 

The showrunners have said,

After undertaking an extensive global search, we are delighted finally to reveal the first group of brilliant performers who will take part in Amazon’s ‘The Lord of the Rings’ series. These exceptionally talented women and men are more than just our actors: they are the newest members of an ever-expanding creative family that is now working tirelessly to bring Middle-earth to life anew for fans and audiences worldwide.

The official cast list includes:

Robert Aramayo,  Nazanin Boniadi, Tom Budge,  Owain Arthur, Ismael Cruz Córdova, Markella Kavenagh, Joseph Mawle, Ema Horvath, Morfydd Clark, Sophia Nomvete, Dylan Smith, Megan Richards, Daniel Weyman, Charlie Vickers, and newcomer Tyroe Muhafidin. While this is the official cast list, it is unclear who will be playing who as of this time. 

Also Read: The Lord Of The Rings Amazon’s Series Replaces Will Poulter With Game Of Thrones Actor

This new cast will have to live up to the massive expectations set by its predecessor since it held so many acting powerhouses such as Ian Mckellan and Christopher Lee, as well as Elijah Wood.

It is immense pressure sure, but hopefully, they can hold their own as the world awaits for Amazon to bring audiences both child and adult back to the world of middle earth. 

Let us know down in the comments if you’re excited for Amazon’s Lord of the Rings!

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