The upcoming The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim from New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Animation features a voice cast that includes a number of well-known actors, including Brian Cox, Gaia Wise, and Miranda Otto, amongst others.
The Lord Of The Rings: The War Of The Rohirrim Anime Voice Cast Includes Brian Cox, Gaia Wise, and Miranda Otto, Among Others
The plot of the movie is around what happens to the House of Helm Hammerhand, who is a character from the appendix of the J.R.R. Tolkien novel. Helm is the great King of Rohan. The voice of that protagonist will be provided by actor Cox, who appeared in Succession.
The plot of the animated feature film, which was directed by Kenji Kamiyama, takes place 183 years before the events that are documented in the first film trilogy.
Helm and his people are forced to make a daring final stand in the ancient stronghold of the Hornburg, which will later become known as Helm’s Deep. Wulf, a cunning and ruthless Dunlending lord seeking vengeance for the death of his father, launches a surprise attack on Helm and his people, forcing them to do so.
Wulf is seeking revenge for the death of his father. Hera, the daughter of Helm, must muster the will to lead the resistance against a dangerous foe who is determined on their complete annihilation since she is finding herself in a situation that is becoming increasingly dire.
Wise, who appeared in “A Walk in the Woods,” will play the role of Hera, Hammerhand’s daughter, while Luke Pasqualino, who appeared in “Snowpiercer,” will play Wulf.
Otto, who starred in the films based on The Lord of the Rings, returns to her role as Éowyn, Shieldmaiden of Rohan, and also takes on the role of the story’s narrator.
Shaun Dooley (Netflix’s The Witcher), Michael Wildman (Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw), Jude Akuwudike (Beasts of No Nation), Bilal Hasna (BBC’s Sparks), and Janine Duvitski (ITV’s Benidorm) are also members of the vocal ensemble. Yazdan Qafouri (I Came By), Benjamin Wainwright (BBC One’s World on
Philippa Boyens, who won an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for her work on The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies, is serving as the film’s executive producer, while Joseph Chou is serving as the film’s producer (Blade Runner: Black Lotus TV series).
The screenplay was written by Phoebe Gittins and Arty Papageorgiou, based on a script written by Jeffrey Addiss and Will Matthews, which was based on the novel The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King written by J.R.R. Tolkien.
The novel was adapted by Jeffrey Addiss and Will Matthews. Alan Lee and Richard Taylor, both of whom won an Academy Award for their work on “The Lord of the Rings,” as well as Tolkien illustrator John Howe, are among the members of the creative team that have returned after working on the trilogy.
At this very moment, animation production is being worked on at Sola Entertainment. On April 12, 2024, the movie will be released in theaters all around the world thanks to Warner Bros. Pictures.
The Lord of the Rings trilogy was nominated for a total of 17 Academy Awards, with 11 of those wins going to “The Return of the King,” which tied the record for most Oscars won by a single film.
The three films in the Lord of the Rings trilogy have been recognized with a total of seventeen Academy Awards, making them the most decorated film trilogy in the history of the Academy Awards (30). Over $2.96 billion dollars was made worldwide from the Lord of the Rings trilogy.