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After Amazon’s Huge Investment In Tolkien’s Middle Earth, Shouldn’t Peter Jackson Be On Jeff Bezos’ Call Sheet?

Here is the curious part of Amazon’s announcement on a multi-season commitment to turn the JRR Tolkien conceived The Lord of the Rings into an event TV series. Amazon has not tried to enlist the help of, or even reached out to Peter Jackson. With writing partners Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens, Jackson visually realized the Middle Earth universe in three LOTR films, and the prequel The Hobbit trilogy.
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