“Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” had very few promotional elements for its first four years of release. Apart from the very tempting leaked set photos and a single first series image, there’s nothing to go on… until 2022. As the year begins, we don’t have one but rather two, promotional video. The first of these was an epic title reveal that announced that the show would be called “Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.” This is a long awaited announcement – and to be honest, well overdue -. However, the fact that the video is made with realistic effects, is pretty cool.
Of course, a reveal title is not a trailer. So Amazon went and raised the record by releasing a full 60 second trailer, as seen above, in the Super Bowl. That’s right, they bought a dual slot – the one that, according to The Sporting News, is selling for a record $6.5 million per 30-second ad, no less – right in the middle of the Big Game.
The trailer doesn’t reveal too many details. But it finally gave us a clear look at the world Amazon is building to house its Middle-earth stories. From sweeping panoramas to CGI monsters to a host of characters (some recognizable and others not so many), the trailer created an immediate buzz and on many levels. different responses. It was watched so much that it broke the record of the first day trailer, received 257 million views worldwide in just 24 hours. Suffice it to say, at the end of February, the promotional campaign for the show kicked off.
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