Sunday, July 19, 2015

'REIGN'S' SEAN TEALE TO LEAD SYFY'S 'INCORPORATED' DYSTOPIAN SF SHOW! 1ST 'WESTWORLD' SF SHOW PHOTOS WITH ANTHONY HOPKINS, JAMES MARSDEN, THANDIE NEWTON, RODRIGO SANTORO, ED HARRIS

  SEAN TEALE TO LEAD
'INCORPORATED' SF TV SERIES
Only some TV news for you today, my people, starting with fresh news from SyFy where they've stolen REIGN's prince of Navarre Sean Teale to topline their new science fiction show INCORPO- RATED produced by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon.
  The story is set in 2062, where climate change has ravaged the planet, ethical boundaries have been redrawn and American cities have become a tantalizing and terrifying mix of the luxurious and the medieval. It will explore the growing influence of corporations and private interests in Washington, the slow but steady dismantling of the public sector and the increase of an amazing amount of wealth by an ever-shrinking minority. Sean Teale will be a rising star in a mega corporation who is determined to climb the rickety, bloodstained ladder of success in order to find and rescue the woman he loves!

  'WESTWORLD' FIRST PHOTOS
ANTHONY HOPKINS, JAMES MARSDEN, THANDIE NEWTON, RODRIGO SANTORO
And you can also check out first photos from HBO's new sf show WESTWORLD starring  Anthony Hopkins, Ed Harris, Evan Rachel Wood, James Marsden, and Thandie Newton. Coming from J.J. Abrams and Michael Chricton, and ready to hit the small screens sometime next year, the story of WESTWORLD will be set at a futuristic amusement park in which androids play people of the Wild West without knowing that they aren't real people! It is described as a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the future of sin. Anthony Hopkins is the owner of the park, Thandie Newton is WESTWORLD's madame, James Marsden is a mysterious gunslinger while Ed Harris will be the main villain. Rodrigo Santoro will be WESTWORLD'S main bandit!

12 comments:

  1. Fingers crossed for Westworld - fun story that certainly has enough potential to be spread out over a season.

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    1. hope HBO gives us a trailer some time soon

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  2. And the dystopian movies continue! The trend has ended in books, but I guess the entertainment world is a few years behind.

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    1. are you sure it has ended in books? Because my hands are full with translating new and new ones from the genre...

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  3. I'm with Stephanie here. Can we please move past a dystopian society in movies and books and come up with something original for a change?

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    1. probably won't happen any time soon.... the world will selfdestruct from the lack of originality in film, music and books... and only after the destruction the new trends might appear :)

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  4. I think I might like Westworld :)

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    1. fingers crossed it doesn't disappoint us

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  5. Aflleck and Damon producing a show about climate change and big corporations. hmmmmm, sounds like Hollywood getting into politics to me.

    It looks like people are getting tired of this particular genre. There have been too many and the world we live in is so grim, I think we need less dark in our entertainment.

    I'm not coming back anytime soon dahlink. Just popping in to say hello.

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    1. Oh, noes, dahlink, has the summer taken you over from us again? :) But to pop over at least from time to time so that we would know you is fine. I'm semibaked and dead since it is over 40*C here, the hottest day I remember.

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  6. Oh NO. They just had to remake Westworld too, did they? They just couldn't come up with their own story, could they? Nobody.... and I mean no friggin body can replace Yul Brynner. Ever. I need a drink.

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