Announcement for New Lord of the Rings Movies has Come Out

The agreement to produce numerous new movies set in Middle-earth has been announced by both New Line and Warner Bros. Five Lord of the Rings video games will be released by The Embracer Group between now and March 2024, according to a recent announcement. Included in here should be The Lord of the Rings: Return to Moria and The Lord of the Rings: Gollum from Daedalic Entertainment, both of which have encountered numerous delays. The Rings of Power’s second season on Amazon is currently in production, and everyone is eagerly anticipating the impending Middle-Earth-set releases of Private Division and Weta Workshop.

Plans Moving Forward

“Following our recent acquisition of Middle-earth Enterprises, we’re thrilled to embark on this new collaborative journey with New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Pictures, bringing the incomparable world of J.R.R. Tolkien back to the big screen in new and exciting ways. We understand how cherished these works are, and working together with our partners at New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Pictures, we plan to honour the past, look to the future, and adhere to the strongest level of quality and production values.” Lee Guinchard, CEO of Embracer Group’s operating division Freemode, stated. 

Many More to Come

We now know that additional Lord of the Rings movies are being planned, as reported by Deadline. Warner Bros. and New Line Films Movies and Middle-earth Enterprises of The Embracer Group have reached a multi-year deal under which they will collaborate on the next LOTR movies. Warner Bros. made the announcement of the news. On the company’s Q4 earnings call, David Zaslav, the CEO of Discovery, spoke.

On April 12, 2024, the anime movie “The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim” is scheduled to hit theaters. There are no additional films or release dates announced, but the multi-year agreement involves films based on “The Hobbit” and “The Lord of the Rings,” according to a statement from De Luca and Abdy. It is set 183 years before the events in Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy and tells the story of Helm Hammerhand, the king of Rohan.



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