Rosario Dawson stars in trailer for Civil War action-thriller ‘DMZ’ series
“You enter stratospheres of importance.” HBO has released an official trailer for a sci-fi thriller miniseries titled DMZ, which will debut with 4 episodes on HBO Max later this month. Another surprise series launching in a few weeks that we didn’t know much about before. It is based on the Vertigo comic book series written by Brian Wood, with art by Wood and Riccardo Burchielli. DMZ jumps from the pages of the acclaimed graphic novel to the visual landscape of a twisted and dangerous Manhattan as a woman navigates a demilitarized zone on a harrowing quest to find her missing son. It’s set eight years after the start of the Second American Civil War, where the rule of law is essentially dictated by the most powerful person at any given time and that can change from bloc to bloc. Characteristics of the cast of the entire series. rosary dawson, Benjamin Bratte, freddy miyares, hoon lee, jordan preston carter, venus arieland Jade Wu. Sounds like a twisted concept, but every episode may not be great, like it’s Thunderdome NYC.
Here is the first official trailer (+ poster) for the HBO Max series DMZdirectly from youtube:
Alma, a doctor, becomes a beacon of hope on a demilitarized island off Manhattan as she tries to find her son who was lost during the Second American Civil War. “This is the story of a fractured town coming together. We have a civil war between the Free States of America and the United States of America. It takes place eight years after the start of this DMZ where the rule of law is basically dictated by the most powerful person at the time and can change from block to block. A stranger comes in and turns everything upside down. DMZ is created by Roberto Patino – who also wrote all four episodes. With an episode directed by Ava Du Vernay (I will follow, in the middle of nowhere, to Selma, a shortcut in time) and the others headed by Ernest R. dickerson (Survive the game, bulletproof, blind faith, ambusher, bone, never die alone, double game). Based on the DC Comics series by Riccardo Burchielli and Brian Wood. HBO will launch the DMZ start of the transmission of the series on HBO Max March 17, 2022 this month. Interested?