According to reports, the “Lord of the Rings” prequel series has resumed shooting in New Zealand. The production of Amazon Prime Video has continued to give the green light in West Auckland, close to Auckland Island’s most populous city (Auckland), which was the center of the second COVID-19 outbreak in August, a few months after New Zealand’s announcement. It is virus-free. Filming will continue in the first two episodes, and then enter the first season. In addition, Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop will join the prequel series of “Lord of the Rings” this Wednesday to resume production.

The deadline brought news of the prequel series of “The Lord of the Rings”, which returned to New Zealand where it resumed operations in mid-March. It was released alongside James Cameron’s “Avatar” sequel, which has been filmed in New Zealand since June (and is almost complete), which is the country’s success in fighting COVID-19 One of his first works. Deadline added that in the past few months, preparations have been going on, and now LOTR actors and staff have started again.

COVID-19 has not actually affected the prequel series of “Lord of the Rings” because it plans to rest for 4-5 months after the first two episodes. The pandemic actually made this possible, and Amazon’s “Lord of the Rings” screeners JD Payne and Patrick McKay used forced breaks to produce the script for the second season as planned. Now, this means that the “Lord of the Rings” prequel series can continue shooting after director JA Bayona has packaged the first two episodes.

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Amazon’s “The Lord of the Rings” takes place in the Second Age of Middle-earth (a fictional fantasy world created by writer JRR Tolkien), and takes place in the first “Lord of the Rings” movie. Thousands of years ago. Actors include Robert Aramayo, Owain Arthur, Nazanin Boniadi, Tom Budge, Murphy Clark, Ismael Cruz Córdova, Emma Kaveagh, Joseph Mawle, Sophia Nomvete, Megan Richards (Megan Richards), Dylan Smith (Dylan Smith), Charlie Vickers (Charlie Vickers) and Daniel Weyman (Daniel Weyman) others.

Behind the scenes, Payne, McKay, and Bayona are still Belen Atienza, Lindsey Weber (10 Cloverfield Lane), Bruce Richmond (Game of Thrones), Gene Kelly (Board Empire), Sharon Tal Yguado, Gennifer Hutchison (Breaking Badutchison) Executive Producer), Jason Cahill (Girls High Music Team) and Justin Doble (Stranger Things).

As for Netflix’s live-action remake of Cowboy Bebop animation, the series was forced to stop broadcasting for 7-9 months after starring member Jon Cho suffered a knee injury last year. Now, according to the “deadline”, shooting will resume this week. Cho’s star is with Mustafa Shakir, Daniella Pineda and Alex Hassell.

Christopher Yost (Ragnarok) is the author and executive producer of Netflix’s “Cowboys”, with Andre Nemek of Midnight Radio, Josh Appelba Tom, Jeff Pinckner and Scott Rosenberg, Yasuo Miyagawa, Masano Ozaki and Shin Sasaki (the original animation behind the studio) of Hinode Corporation), Marty Adelstein and Becky of Tomorrow Studios Clements, Tetsu Fujimura and Matthew Weinberg.

Amazon hopes to broadcast the “Lord of the Rings” prequel series in 2021. Netflix has not set a release window for Cowboy Bebop.