Monday, May 17, 2010

EXCLUSIVE FIRST PICTURE FROM STEVEN SPIELBERG'S "TERRA NOVA"

"MovieWeb" has just released the first teaser picture from Steven Spielberg's upcoming TV series "Terra Nova". Slated to debut at midseason in early 2011 on Fox "Terra Nova" will be an epic family adventure 85 million years in the making from executive producers Steven Spielberg ("Jurassic Park", "The Pacific"), Peter Chernin, Brannon Braga ("24", "Enterprise") and David Fury ("24", "Lost"). The action-adventure series will follow an ordinary family on an extraordinary journey back in time to prehistoric Earth as a part of a massive expedition to save the human race.

12 comments:

  1. Looks nice, but with TV shows you never know (granted Spielberg does do some great show productions)

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  2. let's just hope it won't be over-pathetic as most of his projects are.

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  3. It somehow reminds me of Cameron's Pandora. I don't know.. I might be wrong, because the pcture is too small.

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  4. But the main joke is that PANDORA was more or less stolen from many other movies, novels, comics, cartoons ....

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  5. Spielberg produced doesn't mean Spielberg quality.

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  6. yes, it usually means better quality :PP for example, BAND OF BROTHERS was much much better than SAVING PRIVATE RYAN.

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  7. I know, Dezz. Pandora's floating mountains were inspired, no, stolen from Southern China. Proof: http://www.chinadecoded.com/2010/01/04/avatar-lands-on-a-wrong-mountain/

    Everything's stolen in this f**kin' world!

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  8. yes, everything but my heart :(((

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  9. Wow.. now Spielberg steal Pandora from Cameron and make his own avatarish universe.

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  10. ah, you people, ya' will now see Pandora in everything blue and watery :)

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  11. That's true Dez. :) Pandora did leave a strong impression on most people. I myself thought it looked great (perhaps it was the best part of the movie).

    This new TV series will probably be interesting. And Spielberg is only a producer, so it doesn't have to be over-pathetic (like many of his films).

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  12. We are waiting for some real pictures and casting solutions.

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)