The animated movie New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim It will move from its release date of April 12, 2024 to December 13 of next year.
The move stems from a knock-on reaction from Warner Bros.’ new schedule unveiled Thursday, spurred by Legendary Entertainment’s decision where Dunes: Part 2 goes from November 3 of this year to March 15, 2024, which pushed the other title, Godzilla X Kong: The New Empirefrom that date to April 12, 2024.
What is The Lord of the Rings: War of the Rohirrim about?
The anime film, directed by Kenji Kamiyamatakes place 183 years before the events narrated in the original New Line trilogy The Lord of the rings. those movies of Peter Jacksonin addition to his trilogy of The Hobbitwere always screened in the festive period of the end of the year in December.
The Rohirrim War centers on the fate of the House of Helm Hammerhand, the mighty King of Rohan, a character from the appendix of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King of J.R.R. Tolkien.
A sudden attack by Wulf, a clever and ruthless Dunlending lord seeking revenge for his father’s death, forces Helm and his people to make one last, daring stand at the ancient fortress of Hornburg, a mighty fortress that would later come to be known. Like Helm’s Deep. Finding herself in an increasingly desperate situation, Hera, Helm’s daughter, must muster the will to lead the resistance against a deadly enemy intent on her total destruction.
Cast of The Lord of the Rings: War of the Rohirrim
- Brian Cox as Helm iron hand: the king of Rohan
- miranda otto as Éowyn: a future shieldmaiden of Rohan who narrates the film
- Gaia Wise as Hera: Helm’s daughter who helps defend her people
- Luke Pasqualino as Wulf: the ruthless leader of the Dunlendings who seeks revenge against Rohan for the death of his father
- Laurence Ubong Williams as Fréaláf Hildeson: Helm’s nephew and successor to the throne of Rohan
- Shaun Dooley as Freca: Wulf’s father, a Dunlending lord
Lorraine Ashbourne, Yazdan Qafouri, Benjamin Wainwright, Michael Wildman, Jude Akuwudike, Bilal Hasna, and Janine Duvitski have been cast in undisclosed roles.
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