Alles, was ihr über The Shannara Chronicles wissen müsst. Lernt hier alle wichtigen Begriffe der neuen Serie kennen - und das ganz ohne Spoiler! Shannara. OFFIZIELLE SEITE | THE SHANNARA CHRONICLES | JETZT ALS DVD & BLU-RAY ZU KAUFEN Die Schlacht ist gewonnen – aber der Krieg beginnt erst jetzt. The Shannara Chronicles ist eine TV-Serie, die in den USA seit dem 5. Januar wöchentlich auf.
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Tausende Jahre nach dem Atomkrieg formen sich auf der Erde die Vier Länder, geprägt von Magie und primitiven Technologien. Bevölkert wird die Welt von Zwergen, Gnomen, Trollen, Elfen und Menschen. Aber auch Dämonen treiben ihr Unwesen. Ellcrys. The Shannara Chronicles ist eine US-amerikanische Fantasy-Fernsehserie, die auf den Shannara-Romanen des Fantasyautors Terry Brooks basiert. Die Welt, wie wir sie kennen, ist seit tausenden von Jahren am Ende in dieser grandiosen Mischung aus „Herr der Ringe“ und „Game Of Thrones“. An ihre Stelle. Die Dämonen mögen besiegt sein, aber der Friede ist nur von kurzer Dauer in den Vier Landen der fernen fantastischen Zukunft, in der Gnome, Elfen, Zwerge. The Shannara Chronicles: Das Schicksal der Welt liegt in den Händen von drei jungen Helden: Eine Elfenprinzessin, ein wildes Nomadenmädchen und ein. kulturbirika.eu: Einen Moment lang sah es ganz so aus, als sei es vorbei mit „The Shannara Chronicles“, denn Spike TV, das sich bald. Alles, was ihr über The Shannara Chronicles wissen müsst. Lernt hier alle wichtigen Begriffe der neuen Serie kennen - und das ganz ohne Spoiler! Shannara.
Die Dämonen mögen besiegt sein, aber der Friede ist nur von kurzer Dauer in den Vier Landen der fernen fantastischen Zukunft, in der Gnome, Elfen, Zwerge. OFFIZIELLE SEITE | THE SHANNARA CHRONICLES | JETZT ALS DVD & BLU-RAY ZU KAUFEN Die Schlacht ist gewonnen – aber der Krieg beginnt erst jetzt. The Shannara Chronicles ist eine US-amerikanische Fantasy-Fernsehserie, die auf den Shannara-Romanen des Fantasyautors Terry Brooks basiert. Kommentar speichern. Terry Brooks. The Last Kingdom. Videos anzeigen Bilder anzeigen. James Marshall. The Expanse. Eretria und Leah können Falscher Hase, aber Garet bleibt mit Königin Tamlin zurück. Ihr Leben ist hart, und um sich selbst zu beschützen, hat sich Eretria emotional abgeschottet. Die Marco Von Reeken der Fernsehserie setzt eine Generation  später ein.
While the latter has more or less fixated on a chosen character, for now, it was sure to subvert and obscure the very characteristics of the fantasy genre towards the start.
Moreover, it has also shown itself to be capable of sacrificing key characters for the shock value and to ensure that the plot remains fascinating.
For gamers, the show almost feels like a fantasy RPG role-playing game that we get to see on the television. Sometimes the storytelling feels a little shaky and rushed, but the series has its heart in the right place, with all the racial and sexual diversity that it has tried to include.
On one hand, the show reworks some classic tropes in an interesting manner, and all it asks from viewers is one chance to allow it to dazzle you with the world it portrays.
On the other hand, it is cliched in those very tropes and the extremely standard quest journey that it offers up. Although the series has the potential to be going places, it appears that what the fantasy show fails to do is be fantastical.
The TV show is based on a series of books by Terry Brooks, who in turn modeled his world closely on that of J. No spoiler alert is needed to point out that the fate of the world hangs on the dangerous quest of an unlikely protagonist.
Since the series does not seem to have a certain future yet, anything about the upcoming season would only be speculative.
Moreover, if a new season does come out, there are plenty of options as to where the story could take us. Since the author has provided plenty of source materials, the show could go in an entirely new direction, and base itself in a totally different setting.
Nonetheless, we hope to see more of the fantasy world of Four Lands. Later, On January 16, , it was declared that the series was being canceled after the second season due to its low rating, having managed to engage hardly any audience and that it would be handed over to other networks.
Sonar, the production company had already started looking for other networks to take up the show. Since Netflix, the streaming giant, has the first two seasons of the show, there is a good chance that they might pick up the series, and take it from there.
Amazon too could be a potential option since they are expanding their fantasy repository as well. And I think it probably even exceeds it, perhaps.
Brooks: Wil Ohmsford, who is the child of the hero of the first book [ The Sword Of Shannara ], is the main lead, and there are two women: one is an Elven princess, part of the Elessedil family, named Amberle; and Eritrea is a 'rover' [nomadic] girl who has an important role in what happens in the story.
Those are the three main ones. And then there's the druid, Allanon, from the first book; and King Elessedil, among others.
Farah: At the end of the day, the characters are the most important element to any show, and we have incredibly strong characters.
They were strong in the books Terry wrote, and Al and Miles elevated those characters even further. We were also very lucky in finding the perfect actors for each character.
Gough: We spent a very long time casting this show. Austin Butler is a great combination; he's obviously an incredibly good-looking kid, but he has incredible empathy and he can be funny.
It's a rare combination to find that in a young actor. Austin Butler Wil Ohmsford : Wil is a farm boy who has never been more than five miles outside of his little village.
In the beginning of the story, all he can think about is protecting his mom, who's very sick. He thinks that his place in the world is to become a healer and that's what will give him security.
While he's on a journey to go become a healer, he gets pulled off of that journey by Allanon, this druid, who says, 'Your ancestors were kings and warriors,' but Wil doesn't feel that way.
In a sense, his responsibility is to save the world, and he gets sent on this quest to save the world with the princess. That's the story.
She had a small role in Downton Abbey and she's one of these young actresses to come out that you're just, like, "Where has she been?
Poppy Drayton Princess Amberle : She's the princess of Aborlon, and basically discovers pretty early on that she has this overwhelming responsibility to try and save the Four Lands.
It's all about her discovering this and then coming to terms with this huge weight of responsibility that's just been dumped on her shoulders.
Gough: Ivana Baquero is also fantastic playing Eretria, a rover. She's a really, really good Spanish actress and somebody who hasn't been on American television before.
What's nice about this situation is these are faces that you haven't seen on 50 other shows. Ivana Baquero Eretria : Eretria is one of the few humans that exist in the Four Lands, because it takes place in an apocalyptic world where most humans have already been extinguished.
I'm from a rover clan and rovers are a nomadic group of thieves that rove around the Four Lands stealing and being a bit naughty, so they have a really bad reputation.
She comes from a very abusive background — a very dark background — but everything starts to change for her the moment she meets Wil and Amberle.
From that moment on, her horizon suddenly opens and she starts doubting everything she's ever known. Her journey in the show is so much fun to play, because she's such a badass, but she's got such a big heart, too.
He brings a real gravitas to Allanon. Even though he's so well known because of these other shows, this could really break him out as well.
Bennett: From an acting perspective, your career path is governed by how fortunate you are to work with the higher rank production people.
Whether it be the producers or the people who are in the practical and artistic world, our job is to get in there and act.
You can put me in a student movie or a student film and I'll go in and do the best acting I can. But when you're standing with people like Peter Jackson or working with Warner Bros.
He's so good. Millar: John lives in New Zealand, but he was reluctant to do it. He came in, we showed him the sets, told him about the role, told him about the books and he said, "You know what?
I didn't want to do it, but I read the script and it's damn good. A real mentor figure. Rhys-Davies: To be honest, I'm not really fond of fantasy.
I tend to be more of a sci-fi guy, so I was a little bit leery about this, but it won me over. When you do a show, you think, "If I was producing it, I wouldn't have done that.
That's an odd choice. They have done their homework. Butler: He offered a couple of pieces of advice to us. He said to always try to keep your props.
He kept the props from Lord Of The Rings and he's very happy that he did. He said to make friends with the on-set photographer, because he's so happy that he did that on Lord Of The Rings.
He got pictures with his axe and things like that. Those are the things you don't think about on the day, because you're just so focused that you think, "Oh, I don't have time for pictures.
Drayton: He's full of little nuggets of wisdom, even on our first read through. We had our first reading where we all sat around at MTV.
We're on the speaker phone and he's listening to us all read through the script. I just remember Austin and I were standing there with notebooks as John imparted wisdom and I felt like I'd gone back to school.
We were just making notes and it was wonderful. I just wanted to absorb his brain and everything that he knows.
Butler: Then all of a sudden he starts quoting Shakespeare and these soliloquies that just go on and on, and you're saying, "Wow, this guy has got all of this in his brain.
And he has such kind eyes. Rhys-Davies: There were times when, unfortunately, I've interfered, yes, but by and large your job is to say, "Good.
That's great. Go further. Push it further. Don't be sulky. Don't be sad about yourself. Be mad at yourself, not sad at yourself.
I have a feeling that's probably not always true. Part of it is because we want a good landscape and part of it is because it actually makes the production doable and allows us to do so much more than we would be able to do if we were shooting it in California or Atlanta or New Orleans.
Millar: Those landscapes also speak to something different, something otherworldly. We always talk about this show in the same way as Star Wars , that it's a mix of CG and practical effects that work together.
Our gnome characters are just aesthetic; we didn't go fully CG. Whereas our Furie, which is one of our beasts, is fully CG and it's awesome.
But it took three months of design work and conception, going through 50 different versions of what our Furie would be that makes it different, distinct and unique, and then how do we bring that to life in that when you see it, it looks just as good as any movie?
So it's just giving it the time, the attention to detail, finding the right people and not settling that can distinguish it in terms of the TV shows that rush it or don't have the attention to detail or the ambition.
You have to have intelligence behind it, so coming up with something that feels frightening but that you can believe had intelligence was extremely challenging.
And then, once you get past that, just the structure of how this thing would shift back and forth into new creatures. We are going for everything at feature quality and that was an additional challenge, to not just step back into the old television standard and make something simpler.
We wanted it to be a huge event and to see this creature in all its glory. Gough: We really did not want to do a fully CG environment.
We wanted to build practical sets on practical locations. We looked back at Star Wars , actually, as our touchstone. Our quest as creators was to find an original vision for the show, which I think we achieved in terms of the creature design, production design, wardrobe, props…all of those elements.
It feels unique. Millar: As a result of that desire, there were many conversations about set design, production design, the concept for the cities, for the world.
How do we create that? So it has that fantasy of the future, but a with a contemporary edge. Everything has a kind of handmade feeling rather than a manufactured feeling to it.
Also, the materials are natural. We ended up using a lot of leather, which is appropriate to the world but also practically a real material because all of our characters had signature costumes that had to perform through all types of different environments.
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