The Lord Of The Rings show with Amazon Prime Video is estimated to be the largest television series ever made. The much-anticipated fantasy series will reportedly cost more than any previous record-breaking estimates. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the makers will roughly spend NZ$650 million i.e $465 million (USD) for just the first season of the show. Stuart Nash, New Zealand minister for economic development and tourism, told Morning Report, “What I can tell you is Amazon is going to spend about $650 million in season one alone. This is fantastic, it really is … this will be the largest television series ever made.” Old reports had claimed that the fantasy drama based on JRR Tolkien’s books will cost $500 million for multiple seasons. However, the latest numbers were released by the New Zealand government as part of their Official Information Act, reported the New Zealand outlet Stuff. The report also confirmed the studio’s plan to film five seasons in New Zealand for the show as well as possible spin-off shows. However, the estimate may be more than the production cost, as the rights to Tolkien’s property reportedly cost an estimated $250 million. In addition, the makers will also have… Read full this story
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