Set in an alternate history where superheroes are viewed as outlaws, the series is rooted in the same universe as the source material but strikes out in new directions with unfamiliar characters and a different story to tell. Their legacy burns bright though and executive producer Damon Lindelof has teased an original story revolving around a "murder mystery that unfolds into a world-altering conspiracy that ultimately asks where the fine line is drawn between heroes and villains". According to the trailer, news reports say Manhattan is trapped on Mars. Adrian Veidt is apparently a goner too according to a headline in a newspaper, but most comic book fans will realise that's nearly definitely him played by Jeremy Irons. It features a look at numerous upcoming show's major characters including those played by Regina King, Don Johnson, and Jeffrey Irons. Let us know your thoughts down in the comments! It also seems to be set in a even more chaotic world.More news: JCPenney To Hire Restructuring Firm: Can The Retailer Avoid Bankruptcy?
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The series will star Regina King as Angela Abraham, Don Johnson as Chief Judd Crawford, Tim Blake Nelson as Looking Glass, Lous Gossett Jr.as Old Man, Adelaide Clemens as Pirate Jenny, Andrew Howard as Red Scare, Jean Smart as Agent Blake, and Jeremy Irons as Adrian Veidt/Ozymandias.More news: Most Russians positive about Ukraine, one-fifth negative
Watchmen will make its debut this fall on HBO. So, expect some macabre storytelling and typical HBO grit when the series finally comes our way. Just based on the variety of characters, fight scenes, and dialogue that three-minute video holds, there appears to be quite an entertaining superhero show on the way!More news: Gears 5 Cross-Play To Support Most Campaign and Multiplayer Modes