While The Walking Dead brand minimum of hearing, Robert Kirkman puts in place a gigantic project. The author of the comics and executive producer of the drama zombie AMC is developing a 5-Year, an ambitious series preapocalíptica, which, as its English name indicates, tells the five years prior to the collision of a meteorite against the Earth. That is to say, how different people decide to continue with their lives after knowing the existence of this deadly threat.
The company Kirkman, Skybound Entertainment, has reached an agreement with Entertainment One to develop this series over five seasons, one for each year. But not only that: according to Deadline, the idea is to create a local version of the fiction in all the markets concerned, recorded in your language and with characters and narratives set in each region; using a timeline to global and common. For the moment, production agreements, which include South Korea, China, Latin america, Germany, Uk, Italy, India, and Russia. Entertainment One will handle the financing and distribution.
"we could Not pass up the opportunity to work on a really innovative project that perfectly combines multiple local productions in a story that happens at the global level", noted for his part Peter Micelli, director of strategy for film and television eOne. "The talent of Robert to create a universe of content and connecting with the audience through a narration of bold makes this partnership all the more exciting to us and we are delighted to join forces with him and with the team of Skybound to bring you a story of multiple levels like the universe 5 Year to audiences all over the world," he added.
After almost a decade of working with AMC, home of The Walking Dead since 2010, Kirkman moved to Amazon in August of 2017. This collaboration will blossom soon in the series Invincible.
The second part of the ninth season of The Walking Dead will return to AMC on February 10. Fox Spain is issuing the series in our country.
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