Friday, April 17, 2020

TRAILER FOR SF SERIES BRAVE NEW WORLD WHICH LAUNCHES PEACOCK STREAMING SERVICE THIS JULY STARRING HARRY LLOYD, JESSICA BROWN FINDLAY, ALDEN EHRENREICH

    'BRAVE NEW WORLD'
TO ARRIVE THIS SUMMER
Corona or not, NBC is still planning to launch its streaming service Peacock July 15th and they announced it today with the trailer for their tentpole series BRAVE NEW WORLD a nine episode adaptation of Aldous
Jessica Brown Findlay takes the lead female role as Lenina Crowe
Huxley novel set in a utopian future society called New London that has achieved peace and stability through the prohibition of monogamy, privacy, money, family, and history itself.

    What's The Story About?
Lenina Crowe (Jessica Brown Findlay) and Bernard Max (Harry Lloyd) have only ever known a rigid social order and a culture of instant gratification and ubiquitous sex. When curiosity leads the pair on an adventure to the
Since it was finished before the outbreak, the series will probably air this July
Savage Lands, they’ll need to be saved when they end up part of a violent rebellion. Alden Ehrenreich is John the Savage, who saves them and then
Alden Ehrenreich plays John Savage in the new series
escapes back to New London with them, and when he disrupts society's fragile harmony, Lenina and Bernard have to deal with the repercussions. Joseph Morgan and Demi Moore also star.

8 comments:

  1. This sounds different. I'd give it a try. I wonder if the "savage land" is modern day society.

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    1. We'll certainly have nothing else to watch this summer LOL

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  2. Eh, I didn't care for the book. Gave it a try after reading about it here, and while I do like dystopian stories, this one just wasn't my cuppa.

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    1. I was expecting something more spectacular, this looks a bit cheap. I hope Foundation with Lee Pace will be better, but I don't even know what series we can expect to see this year since so many of them had halted production due to the effing corona. Good thing I made myself a list of old classic shows I never got to see and I keep it as my secret stash for SOS situations. But even that can last only so long.

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    2. It will be interesting to see what does head our way this year, or if fall line up will get pushed back to winter.

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    3. Nobody knows, I mean even if this shit ends during summer, that is not enough time to continue with productions on time. I'm guessing they will try to finish the ones that only need finishing touches, but new pilots probably won't be shot and they will opt for straight to series orders with new shows then coming only in midseason or even later. This also means that some of the, for example, sitcoms that would be cancelled otherwise, will get a second season as it is easier to develop a new season of an already established project. This gives me hope that Carol's Second Chance could continue. And some of the shows that would otherwise be killed off, Last Man Standing for example, could get new seasons too just for that reason. Of course, this all goes if corona even thins enough during summer to allow for new shootings. There will also be a nightmare with actors' schedules when this all ends.

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  3. This trailer makes me want to know more.

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