The world’s eyes may predominately be on The Lord Of The Rings: The Rings Of Energy (together with our personal present challenge), however there’s extra Tolkien storytelling on the best way to cinemas through Warner Bros. The Lord of the Rings: The Struggle of the Rohirrim. And now we all know who will likely be lending their voices, as Miranda Otto returns to play Éowyn, Shieldmaiden of Rohan alongside the likes of Brian Cox, Gaia Sensible, Luke Pasqualino, Lorraine Ashbourne, Yazdan Qafouri, Benjamin Wainwright, Laurence Ubong Williams, Shaun Dooley, Michael Wildman, Jude Akuwudike, Bilal Hasna and Janine Duvitski.
Anime veteran Kenji Kamiyama is on board to direct, working from a script at present credited to Phoebe Gittins and Arty Papageorgiou. The story is about 183 years earlier than the occasions chronicled in Peter Jackson’s trilogy of movies. A sudden assault by Wulf, a intelligent and ruthless Dunlending lord looking for vengeance for the dying of his father, forces Helm and his folks to make a daring final stand within the historic stronghold of the Hornburg – a mighty fortress that can later come to be generally known as Helm’s Deep. Discovering herself in an more and more determined scenario, Hera, the daughter of Helm, should summon the need to steer the resistance in opposition to a lethal enemy intent on their complete destruction.
Cox is Helm Hammerhand, the mighty King of Rohan, whereas Sensible will play Hammerhand’s daughter Hera and Pasqualino will painting Wulf. Otto’s Éowyn, in the meantime, will narrate the story.
Whereas Jackson is just not concerned right here, there’s a hyperlink together with his LOTR world due to Philippa Boyens, who’s a producer and guide. The Lord of the Rings: The Struggle of the Rohirrim is scheduled to reach in cinemas on 12 April, 2024.