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Sci-Fi High Moon

Discussion in 'Television & Web Series' started by Alien Soup, Aug 12, 2013.

  1. Alien Soup

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    Jake Sandvig (Easy A) and Chris Diamantopolus are set as the leads of Bryan Fuller’s Syfy pilot High Moon. It explores what happens when the countries of Earth establish colonies to mine the Moon’s resources and discover a new form of life.

    Sandvig plays Marty Thurgood, an American astronaut investigated for engaging in possible espionage and sabotage when a giant blast goes off near an area where he was working. Diamantopolus will play Marty’s older brother, a chief investigator for the American federal government who he has been dispatched to the moon to figure out who caused the moon explosion. Jim Danger Gray penned the script and is exec producing, with Fuller exec producing for UCP.
     
  2. scifive

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    This sounds awesome!! That dude has quite a last name, Diamantopolus.... I almost feel sorry for him.

    I'll be keeping an eye out on the Scyfy channel
     
  3. astonwest

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    Sounds interesting, though the proof will be in the execution. Hopefully they won't Hollywood-ize moon colonization, though (brings back memories of the original Total Recall's take on Mars colonization)...
     
  4. Kevin

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    Come on, it wasn't all bad. {whistles innocently :whistle:}
     
  5. astonwest

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    If only I had three hands... :p
     

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