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Entertainment Is Peter Jackson back for LOTR series?

10:05  07 june  2018
10:05  07 june  2018 Source:   digitalspy.com

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together the Lord of the Rings series ' creative team. © Images Frazer Harrison / Staff went to Jackson 's representatives on Thursday (June 7) for clarity and they told us that the director is not involved in Amazon's project at this time. Jackson is currently very busy producing the long-awaited

The Lord of the Rings is a film series consisting of three fantasy adventure films directed by Peter Jackson . They are based on the novel The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien.

Sir Peter Jackson’s representative has clarified to Digital Spy that he is not involved Amazon’s planned Lord of the Rings series.: Is Peter Jackson back for LOTR series?© Darren Gerrish/WireImage - Getty Images Is Peter Jackson back for LOTR series? There are lots of conflicting stories out there about whether or not Sir Peter Jackson will return to the world of Middle-earth for Amazon's mega-expensive Lord of the Rings episodic series.

The filmmaker famously picked up multiple Oscars for bringing the incredible world of J. R. R. Tolkien to the big screen in both the LOTR and Hobbit films, so it was only natural for fans to speculate that he'd be interested in returning for Amazon's half-billion dollar investment in Lord of the Rings.

There were rumblings in April from Jackson's attorney Peter Nelson that a dialogue had been opened up with Amazon, and this week, multiple foreign-language outlets supposedly quoted Jackson saying that he was helping put together the Lord of the Rings series' creative team.

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There were rumblings in April from Jackson 's attorney Peter Nelson that a dialogue had been opened up with Amazon, and this week, multiple foreign-language outlets supposedly quoted Jackson saying that he was helping put together the Lord of the Rings series ' creative team.

Is Lord of the Rings movie director Peter Jackson involved in Amazon's upcoming Middle Earth show? In April, fans of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings got a pleasant surprise when they learned that Amazon had purchased the rights to create a series set in Middle Earth.

Peter Jackson wearing a suit and tie© Frazer Harrison / Staff - Getty Images Peter Jackson

Digital Spy went to Jackson's representatives on Thursday (June 7) for clarity and they told us that the director is not involved in Amazon's project at this time.

Jackson is currently very busy producing the long-awaited film adaptation of apocalyptic novel Mortal Engines, and an exhaustive documentary for the BBC that will reconstruct World War I using never-before-seen footage.

Meanwhile, of his former colleagues, Andy Serkis (aka Gollum) and John Rhys-Davies (Gimli) have both ruled themselves out of Amazons' show - but Sir Ian McKellen seems keen to play Gandalf again!

a man looking at the camera: The Lord of the Rings: Gandalf© Provided by Hearst Communications, Inc The Lord of the Rings: Gandalf

"Gandalf is over 7,000 years old, so I'm not too old [yet]," he recently joked.

Amazon Prime Video's series will fit into Lord of the Rings lore in the period before The Fellowship of the Ring and will be an original story, with the blessing of the Tolkien estate.

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