Amazon’s Lord Of The Rings Series Teaser Trailer Coming Soon
Fans were recently treated to a variety of teaser photos for the upcoming Amazon series, Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. While viewers didn’t get a clear picture of each character presented in the images, there was enough information to at least speculate as to who some might be or at least where they would be hailing from. It seems Amazon is ready to ramp up the hype train for the series even further with the recent announcement for a soon-to-arrive trailer for the show.
A recent Tweet has arrived promising the release of a new trailer in one of the best ways. The Tweet includes text that reads, “Teaser Arrives” followed by Tolkien’s Elvish Sindarin language reading “paenelui en nínui.” Fans who may have studied the language created for Lord of the Rings and the rest of Tolkien’s works will find that this reads as “the 13th of February,” or the occasion of this weekend’s Super Bowl Sunday. While this doesn’t say much as to what fans will be seeing, a majority of ads featured during the Super Bowl run somewhere around 30 seconds in length. This would give ample time to tease quite a bit and yet still leave fans wanting more. Of course, there is also the chance that the teaser will be longer, but only time will tell.
— Twitter TV is in Middle-earth (@TwitterTV) February 7, 2022
Lord of the Rings fansite TheOneRing.net has also announced that there will be a watch party for the trailer in an official partnership with Amazon Prime Video. The event is being held to break down the new Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power teaser trailer for fans in all of its glory. Fans can check out the stream for themselves when it goes live on all of TORn’s socials as well as on YouTube. The TV series itself has been recently revealed to be premiering on September 2nd of this year on Amazon Prime Video.
What are you hoping to see out of the upcoming Amazon series? Let us know your thoughts on the upcoming teaser trailer for Lord of the Rings: The Rings Of Power and more in the comments section below. As always, don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.
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