Prime Video will quickly premiere The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power on the small display, however Cinemark Movie Rewards members will get the possibility to catch the primary two episodes early on the large display. Later this month, Cinemark will host a one-night-only screening of the primary two episodes of the sequence at taking part theaters. Along with screenings within the U.S. and Canada, the episodes may even be screened at numerous places within the UK, Ireland, Argentina, Colombia, Australia, and New Zealand.
The screening itself is free, and reservations include a $10 snack voucher. However, that is solely supplied to Cinemark Movie Rewards members. Tickets will probably be obtainable beginning on Monday, Aug. 22, with the screenings set to happen on Aug. 31 at 7:00 p.m. native time. You can learn the occasion’s official description under.
For one night time solely, expertise the primary two episodes of Prime Video’s new sequence, THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE RINGS OF POWER at a free screening close to you! Beginning in a time of relative peace, we observe an ensemble forged of characters as they confront the re-emergence of evil to Middle-earth. From the darkest depths of the Misty Mountains, to the majestic forests of Lindon, to the breathtaking island kingdom of Númenor, to the furthest reaches of the map, these kingdoms and characters will carve out legacies that reside on lengthy after they’re gone.
You can discover out extra details about the screenings at Cinemark.com.
The Rings of Power Takes Heavy Inspiration from the Books
This new TV sequence adaptation of The Lord of the Rings comes with some heavy funding from Amazon, with the price range requiring upwards of $400 million. It would appear that the hope is for the sequence, which has additionally already been renewed for a second season, to launch a brand new franchise that may compete with and even finest the success achieved by HBO with Game of Thrones. The present’s creators leaned closely into Tolkien mythology hoping that can assist the present click on higher with followers.
“I just want to sort of quibble with the ‘vaguely connected.’ We don’t feel that way,” the present’s co-creator Patrick McKay previously said. “We feel like deep roots of this show are in the books and in Tolkien. And if we didn’t feel that way, we’d all be terrified to sit up here. We feel that this story isn’t ours. It’s a story we’re stewarding that was here before us and was waiting in those books to be on Earth. We don’t feel ‘vaguely connected.’ We feel deeply, deeply connected to those folks and work every day to even be closer connected. That’s really how we think about it.”
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power will make its streaming premiere on Sept. 2, 2022, on Prime Video. After the primary two episodes premiere on that date, new episodes will debut each subsequent Friday; the primary season consists of eight episodes complete.