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It’s Official: Amazon to Hire Bryan Cogman for Upcoming Lord of the Rings Series

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It's Official: Amazon to Hire Bryan Cogman for Upcoming Lord of the Rings Series

Former Emmy award winner and writer cum executive producer of Game of Thrones Bryan Cogman joins Amazon’s Lord of the Rings as a consultant.

Cogman is surely a gem for Amazon

It's Official: Amazon to Hire Bryan Cogman for Upcoming Lord of the Rings Series

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Bryan formally announced his success deal with Amazon in Spetmeber. He will be working alongside writer Patrick McKay in development of the series. Cogman initially served as an assistant to showrunner of Game of Thromes, D.B. Weiss. While climbing up the ladders of success, he penned the second episode of S8- A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms.

He had a peculiar knowledge about the world of Westeros of HBO series.
Amazon acquired the series’ copyright last year. According to sources, the show is going to be the most expensive series of television industry.

The series may cost around $500 million to the makers. Production of the series is yet to commence. But The show will surely make to your warchlists by 2021.

The Lord of the Rings: lights, camera and action

It's Official: Amazon to Hire Bryan Cogman for Upcoming Lord of the Rings Series

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Coming up to The  Lord of the Rings, the series will display the era of Second Age depicting the 3,000 historical years between the series and the beginning. The beginning put the end of second age in reference, where men and elves together confronted Sauron’s forces.

It majorly covered a span of 3,441 years and began with Morgoth being banished before Sauron. The series has a lot of potential in it’s story. It may chronicle the story of creation of One Ring, the rise of Sauron and Ringwraiths.

The Lord of the Rings novels are highly-acclaimed books of the era. The book-series is the recipient International Fantasy Award and Prometheus Hall of Fame Award. Furthermore, Amazon reviewed the book as customers’ favorite book of the millennium in 1999.

The theatrical adaptations grossed nearly $6 billion at the box office worldwide. It garned a total of 17 academy awards, which was a record-opener for any movie-series.

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