Mumbai, Sep 6 (CINEWS) : “Minority Report” is a forthcoming American sci-fi wrongdoing show, taking into account the continuation adjustment of 1956 short story “The Minority Report” by Philip K Dick and 2002 film of the same name.
The arrangement will go about as a spin-off of the Tom Cruise starrer and will occur 15 years after the occasions in the motion picture. Steven Spielberg goes about as the official maker of the arrangement. As indicated by the reports, the arrangement’s story will rotate around a precog named Dash (Stark Sands), who has the special capacity to anticipate a wrongdoing before it happens.
The reason of the new arrangement will be set in Washington DC, where the life of the occupants has changed essentially after the pre-wrongdoing unit was disassembled. In spite of the fact that the new show is a continuation of the motion picture, the tone of it is hotter and welcoming.
The arrangement stars Megan Good as Detective Lara Vega, a cop who helps Dash stop criminal acts before they happen and is prepared to break the tenets if necessary. Wilmer Valderrama will play Lieutenant Will Blake, a cop who dependably passes by the book and is Vega’s accomplice. Scratch Zano will article the character of Arthur, the twin sibling of Dash and Laura Regan as Agatha – Dash’s sister. Both are precogs like Dash.
A minority report will basically underline on the life of precogs and their purported mankind. Since Dash grew up without much organization, he will think that it’s difficult to adapt up like an ordinary person in the general public and will always attempt to conform to the world. Aside from it, there is a great deal of new, intriguing and imaginative innovations on the demonstrate that was made by Spielberg himself. The on-screen characters have indicated that the gathering of people may likewise get the opportunity to see some sentiment in the middle of Blake and Vega.
Some well-known countenances from the film may show up on the show like Wally (Daniel London), the guardian of the precogs and possibly Tom Cruise himself.
Minority Report debuts on Fox at 9 pm on 21 September