Sunday, June 23, 2019

JAMES MARSDEN, AMBER HEARD, GREG KINNEAR, WHOOPI GOLDBERG IN STEVEN KING'S THE STAND SERIES AT CBS! OUTPOST SEASON TWO EPIC SERIES TRAILER IS HERE

'THE STAND' SF SERIES
James Marsden will lead the cast
JAMES MARSDEN TO TOPLINE?
He really did survive a betrayal from his beloved one in the second season of Westworld, but it does not mean James Marsden won't make a stand or THE STAND! Yep, he will lead new TV series adaptation of Stephen King's famous novel over at CBS All Access! Apparently Amber Heard, Greg Kinnear and Whoopi Goldberg are also in the run.

He will lead the nine episode adaptation of the post apocalyptic novel which depicts the total breakdown of society after the accidental release of a strain of influenza that had been modified for biological warfare and causes an apocalyptic pandemic which kills off the majority of the world’s human population.

As Deadline reports, he will be Stu  Redman, a man who is immune to the virus. He found patient zero in the original quarantine zone but never got sick so the government was precious with him in order to try to find a vaccine from his blood.

'THE OUTPOST' SF SERIES
SEASON 2 TRAILER IS OUT!
Speaking of sf, first trailer for the second season of THE OUTPOST has been released and it promises richer costumes and sets and more action when
Jessica Green leads the second season shot in Serbia earlier this year
the series returns at CW July 11th and a few days later at SyFy Australia and SyFy UK. Jake Stormoen and  Jessica Green will again lead the season in which they will have to prepare the Outpost for war!

IN THE SECOND SEASON:
 having defeated Dred and retaken the Outpost, Talon (Jessica Green) and Gwynn prepare for war. Talon delves deeper into demon summoning, while Gwynn (Imogen Waterhouse) recruits allies. The Prime Order trinity known as “The Three” reveal mysterious powers as they send spies, assassins,
The second season was shot in Serbia earlier this year
and a devastating weapon to the Outpost. As Talon uncovers the legacy of her people, she must decide who to trust, and separate her real friends from her enemies before the Prime Order attacks.


4 comments:

  1. A mixture of fantasy and horror is more photogenic on the screen, and sells better than the book. So, naturally, adaptation follows..

    If well- acted and directed, the adaptation could bring pleasure to the viewers and the right profit to the producers.

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    1. The only problem is that fans of King think CBS is the worst network to adapt this book because they already did a lot of bad adaptations of his work.

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  2. Let's see how bad they screw up this story. You know I am not a fan of how Stephen King lets networks interpret his works and gives them creative control to do as they please when filming. However, James Marsden is easy on the eyes, so we *might* be able to overlook some nasty changes on this round.

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    1. He was really nice in Westworld, his character is probably the only nice person in it.

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