Annihilation Director is Developing a Sci-Fi TV Series For FX
Annihilation director Alex Garland has lined up his next project, an eight-part sci-fi series for FX. Garland first made his name in movies writing screenplays for sci-fi films Sunshine, Never Let Me Go and Dredd. He later made his directorial debut with Ex Machina, starring Alicia Vikander as a very human android.
Garland’s newest film Annihilation sees him staying put in the sci-fi realm. In the movie, a group of soldiers penetrates a zone rendered uninhabitable after an environmental catastrophe. Only one of the soldiers (Oscar Isaac) returns, but he’s on the verge of death. The soldier’s biologist wife (Natalie Portman) then volunteers to return to the forbidden realm, which ...
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