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John Connor [Cathode Ray Mission 09.08.22] scifi thriller



we FINALLY get a trailer for Amazon Prime's adaptation of William Gibson's epic cyberpunk novel THE PERIPHERAL. The series includes episodes directed by Vincenzo Natali (of Cube, Cypher, Splice, Haunter) as well as Alrick Riley and is executive produced by Jonathan Nolan, Lisa Joy, Scott Smith, Athena Wickham, Steve Hoban, Vincenzo Natali, and Greg Plageman.


Amazon releases The Peripheral streaming on Prime Video starting October 21st, 2022.


Synopsis:
Flynne Fisher (Chloë Grace Moretz) lives in the rural American South, working at the local 3D printing shop, while earning much needed extra money playing VR games for rich people. One night she dons a headset and finds herself in futuristic London—a sleek and mysterious world, alluringly different from her own hardscrabble existence. But this isn't like any game she’s ever played before...

Flynne begins to realize it isn’t virtual reality... it’s real. Someone in London, seventy years in the future, has found a way to open a door to Flynne's world. And as utterly beguiling as London is… it's also dangerous. As she searches to discover who has connected their worlds, and what purpose, her presence here sets dangerous forces into motion…forces intent on destroying Flynne & her family in her own world.



Check out the long awaited trailer below:




Recommended Release: The Peripheral






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Digger (2 months ago) Reply

"From the (mind-bending) creators of Westworld"
...this does not fill me with confidence.

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doctact (2 months ago) Reply

looks decent. figured it was gonna be a matrix rip off. still might. Chloe though is enough for me to look

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Chris (2 months ago) Reply

The story is very different from the Matrix so don't worry. For one, it's not a virtual world vs a real world, they are both "real". It's a pretty cool story... who knows if it will be adapted in a good way though.


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