The director of ‘Ex Machina’ and ‘Annihilation’ makes the leap to tv with a thriller technological

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‘Ex Machina’ and ‘Aniquilación’ (‘Annihilation’) have been converted to Alex Garland one of the directors to take into account of Hollywood. However, with the second, he had to see how Paramount sold the distribution rights outside the united States at Netflix. Maybe that is why it has preferred to focus its efforts on ‘Devs’, a tv series that will FX in the united States.

The own Garland has written the script of an episode that will also direct. Your premise revolves around the decision of Lily, an engineer computer science San Francisco, to investigate what is happening in the mysterious development department of the company in which you are working after the disappearance of her boyfriend.

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The project is being defined as a thriller technology and is a result of the agreement reached Garland with FX last summer. The only bad news of all this is that the string now has only committed to fund the first episode. Then will see and assess whether to grant a green light to the series or if you finally believe that it’s not worth it.

What I have clear is that FX is the ideal home for a television series Garland. Let us not forget that it is the same string that can be ‘Legion’, which like more or less, but it is a clear demonstration that the executives of the chain rely on the vision of the authors until the final consequences.

Via | AV Club

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