News bomb the one who has just fallen Amazon Studios by revealing that you took the rights to the Fallout franchise to have a adaptation as a television series. Before her will be neither more nor less than Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, the creators and executive producers of Westworld.
Right now, the project is at a very early stage, but Amazon has made a deal with Bethesda to make this series a reality. will be streamed exclusively via Amazon Prime Video. In addition, the official account of the saga has published a video with a small teaser on this news.
#Please wait. @AmazonStudios #KilterFilms pic.twitter.com/7YmLZKIPAe
– Fallout (@Fallout) July 2, 2020
Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, the managers of the producer Kilter Films who will be in charge of all this, they wanted to express his joy for what it means to bring a series based on Fallout to life:
Fallout is one of the best video game series of all time. Each chapter of this incredibly imaginative story has cost us countless hours that we could have spent with our friends and family. So we’re excited to partner with Todd Howard and the rest of the brilliant minds of Bethesda to bring this massive, subversive, and darkly fun universe to life with Amazon Studios.
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For its part, Todd Howard He also wanted to highlight what the creation of this series which he already had planning an adaptation for many years:
Over the past decade, we’ve seen plenty of ways to get Fallout to appear onscreen. It was clear from the first moment I spoke to Jonah and Lisa a few years ago that they and the Kilter team were the right ones to make it happen. We are huge fans of their work and couldn’t be more excited to work with them and with Amazon Studios.
At the moment, details on what we can expect from this series are rather scarce. The only thing that has been indicated in this regard is that she will try to show the harshness of this post-apocalyptic universe. keep the same concentration as in games, including moments of wry humor and nuclear fantasies that seem to come from a B-movie.
Fallout’s adaptation for a television series This is not the only one that has been announced in recent months. Without going any further, it was announced today that My Friend Pedro will also have his series, but we must not forget that the same will happen with Disco Elysium, Cuphead, Brothers in Arms, Cyberpunk 2077 and also another based on The Last of Us, so some very interesting projects are coming up.