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a trailer from the future for the Amazon series from the creators of Westworld

The Peripheralthe new Amazon series from the creators of Westworld is revealed in a futuristic trailer.

Amazon turns to science fiction and hopes to bet on the right horse. If, at first glance, seeing the creators of Westworld taking the reins of a brand new project that promises to be enticing – given the general quality of the series – we would still have reason to be wary. Because Westworld starts to fail like all the series which does not know when to stop (according to the author of these lines since our review of season 4 of Westworld is positive), and Lisa Joy has already tried to transform the essay with her feature film Reminiscence. A flawed film with mixed returns that collapsed at the box office.

Always accompanied by Jonathan Nolan, brother of Christopher Nolan, Lisa Joy will therefore try to repeat the feat with a new concept of SF directly borrowed from the book of the same name by William Gibson. To see if the partners in crime (and life) will be able to keep their promises, because for the time being Amazon Prime Video has just unveil the trailer for The Peripheral. And of course, it’s still a little intriguing.

A trailer that looks promising a plot halfway between Ready Player One, Matrix and Lisa Joy’s film. We find once again in their production the excesses of a fantasized universe so now all we have to do is discover how the concept will unfold on the screen. If the two showrunners seem to have concocted sumptuous visuals with this virtual worldwe have the impression that the whole budget has gone into it so much what happens outside seems devoid of ambition. A contrast that can make sense for sure, but that weighs on the balance of the whole.

What completes to convince us, it is well the cast of the series. We find Chloë Grace Moretz in the main role. She will be supported by Jack Reynor (Midsommar), Gary Carr (The Deuce), Charlotte Riley (Peaky Blinders) or even T’Nia Miller (The Haunting of Bly Manor). A casting that clearly makes you want to dive into the new delirium of the creators of Westworld. If you’re wondering when you’ll be able to get this series in hand, know that you’ll have to wait. until October 21 on Prime Video and that the series will be broadcast at the rate ofan episode every friday.




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