Simon Stålenhag’s dystopian art to come to life in a new Amazon sci-fi TV series

The workmanship of Simon Stålenhag nicely fits in with the present furor for suburban oppressed world, regardless of whether it’s found in TV works of art like Stranger Things or Black Mirror, or the film of Neill Blomkamp. Robots and creepies rising up out of nightfall lit roadsides and cul-de-sacs are a typical component in Simon’s paintings, so it’s no surprise that another TV arrangement is being founded on them.

Stories from the Loop is the name of the appear, as in view of the book of a similar name from 2015 which incorporated a portion of Simon’s initial works of art.

Its eight-scene run will tell the story of the town of individuals who live over ‘The Loop’, a machine worked to open and investigate the riddles of the universe. A cast hasn’t been declared, yet we do know Mark Romanek (Never Let Me Know) will coordinate the pilot, while Legion’s Nathaniel Halpern and Planet of the Apes sequels chief Matt Reeves are ready as official makers.

“Simon Stalenhag’s artistic creations are prestigious for their vision of a not very far off, advanced scene,” said co-head of TV at Amazon Studios Albert Cheng on the task. “We are anticipating breathing life into that and sharing it with the Prime Video group of onlookers.”

The task is a co-generation between Fox 21 TV Studios and Amazon Studios, and will likewise mark Swedish creation and administration organization Indio’s first attack into the US TV advertise.