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The crew for Sony’s Horizon 2074 TV show includes The Boys and The Expanse talent
The series will reportedly be filmed in Toronto and set across two timelines
The first details about the crew working on Sony’s upcoming Horizon TV adaptation have been revealed.
As spotted by journalist Jeff Grubb, a list of crew members attached to the project was posted on the Directors Guild of Canada Ontario’s website.
The list contains 27 names, including first assistant director Jack Boem (The Boys, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City) and art director Michele Brady (The Expanse, Saw 2).
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Sony announced in May that it was working on a TV adaptation of Horizon, which will stream on Netflix.
Grubb subsequently claimed the show was called Horizon 2074 and that it would take place across two timelines.
The PlayStation games, 2017’s Horizon Zero Dawn and 2021’s Horizon Forbidden West, are set some 1,000 years after the fall of mankind.
“The show as pitched right now is called Horizon 2074 and it will split its time between the timeline you see in the games and the timeline of when things begin to fall,” Grubb claimed in a recent Giant Bomb video show.
“The idea is that this is not a reboot or a remake or sort of a reimagining of the game’s storyline. It will take place parallel and sort of explain other elements that happened in the game.”
Sony also announced in May that it’s working on a TV adaption of God of War with Amazon, and a Gran Turismo film helmed by District 9 director Neill Blomkamp.
Filming on HBO’s The Last of Us TV series wrapped earlier this month.