The plot of the Netflix original “The Great Escapade” is a twisty plot about a team of escapees who, after a failed escape attempt, discover that their plans are about to get much, much worse.
“Weirdly, this is not a TV series,” said the movie’s director, Rob Reiner.
“It’s a movie.
And it’s about a group of escapee-type people trying to escape from a dystopian future.”
Reiner also confirmed that the show is set in the same universe as “The Sopranos,” which aired from 1969 to 1976.
That means “The Fugitive” will have to grapple with the very same issues of identity, self-discovery, and social alienation that we see in the show, Reiner added.
“This is not something that was going to be a TV show, or something that had been written about in a comic book,” he said.
The movie’s story follows three friends who make their way through the streets of New York, each one with their own agendas.
The show will feature several supporting characters, including an aging doctor, a former firefighter, and a young woman who tries to find a way to help her son in a world full of vampires.
“The show has a real sense of humour, it’s smart,” Reiner said.
“They’re all in this thing together, they’re all having the same problems, and they all have different, very different opinions about what it is that they’re doing.
And I got the script back and it was very much about the people’s problems, the problems of being in the world, the people, the struggle. “
I’m a huge fan of the Soprano TV series, I loved it so much that I went to work on the script for that show.
But it’s not like we’re just making a movie.” “
So I got to work really hard to figure out what this show is going to explore.
But it’s not like we’re just making a movie.”
The movie will be released on Friday, April 12.
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Reiner, who also wrote “Fargo,” “Gone Girl,” “The Wolf of Wall Street,” “Lone Survivor,” and “Dope,” said he’s been approached by a number of studios interested in the project.
He declined to comment.
Reiser said he plans to produce “The Perfect Storm” on his own, with no involvement from a studio.
“My approach is to tell my story, tell my characters, and do what I do best,” he told Variety.
“And I’m very excited about it.
And so far, I haven’t gotten any requests to direct.””
If someone comes and asks me to do something, I’m going to do it.
And so far, I haven’t gotten any requests to direct.”