J.J. Abrams and John Favreau's Revolution full trailer for NBCS
by LORENZO CIOTTI | VIEW 57
Revolution is an American television series broadcast since 2012. A 4-chapter comic has been released which concludes the series. NBC gave a first green light to the project of Eric Kripke, former creator of the television series Supernatural, in September 2011.
After a phase of rewriting the script, on February 2, 2012 the network officially approved the production of a pilot episode, entrusted at Warner Bros. Television and Bad Robot Productions. Eric Kripke was then joined by Bryan Burk and J.J.
Abrams as executive producer, while Jon Favreau, former director of Cowboys & Aliens and Iron Man, was hired to direct the pilot. Filming for the pilot episode took place between late March and early April 2012 at Stone Mountain Park in and around Atlanta, Georgia.
For the remainder of the episodes of the first season, filming resumed the following July 16 in Wilmington, North Carolina. Below J.J. Abrams and John Favreau's Revolution full trailer for NBCS:
The plot reads: "Following a mysterious event, the Earth suddenly finds itself without electricity, all electronic devices stop working and even the batteries become useless.
Fifteen years later, 2027 the world has therefore radically changed: the traditional local and national forms of government are a distant memory and society rediscovers forms of organization prior to the first industrial revolution.
In this scenario, people find themselves forced to struggle daily to survive trying to make the most of their physical or intellectual abilities that are, in the meantime trying to understand what caused the revolution they found themselves in.
Among them is Charlie Matheson, a girl whose father, wanted by the militia for unclear reasons, is killed and her brother Danny kidnapped by men of the militia that controls the territory they live in. Charlie will be forced to undertake a journey to find Uncle Miles, also wanted by the militia and never known before her, hoping with her help that he can find Danny and understand why the militia tried to arrest his father and uncle." A tagline of the series said: "We lived in a world of electricity.
We relied on it for everything. And then the power went out. Everything stopped working. We weren't ready. The fear and confusion led to panic. The lucky ones succeeded. to get out of the cities. The government collapsed. The Militias took over, controlling the distribution of food and stockpiling weapons. We still don't know why the power went out. But let's hope someone will come and light us the way."