Good news for Fallout fans: The official RPG TV series has wrapped. At least that’s what actor Walton Goggins, who worked on the Amazon production, reveals. In addition, the actor from productions like The Hateful Eight, Justified or Predators insists on cheering on the hype train a little bit.
anticipation of the end of the world
The current status of the Fallout series: Walton Goggins announced at the beginning of March Instagram
Been holding still… been busy… but now… I’ve finished filming Fallout (wait ’til you see that damn tsunami coming your way!
When does the Fallout series start? What the plot of the Fallout series revolves around is currently unknown. But at least one can speculate about the start of the series: With the current end of filming, a release at the end of 2023 to the beginning of 2024 would be quite realistic – but fans should be patient in this regard.
Details about the story or the characters are still a long way off, so far there have only been a few official pictures or very promising set pictures. You can find out more about this here:
Who is behind the Fallout series: If you look at those responsible for Amazon’s fallout, Goggin’s optimism is not unfounded. After all, Westworld creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy serve as showrunners and even directed the first episode of the project personally.
The pair will also be joined by Geneva Robertson Dworet (Tomb Raider, Captain Marvel) and Graham Wagner (The Office, Silicon Valley), while Bethesda’s Todd Howard will serve as executive producer.
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Incidentally, Fallout is not the only video game franchise that Amazon is dedicating a film adaptation to. For example, an adaptation of God of War and Mass Effect is planned, while other providers such as Netflix want to implement new projects for Assassin’s Creed, The Division or Bioshock.
What are your hopes and expectations for Amazon’s Fallout series? What is your impression of the material that has been released so far – such as the set pictures? What kind of video game adaptation would you like from which provider? Let us know what you think in the comments – we’re curious!
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