The company Spielberg filmed "brave new world" by Aldous Huxley
Firm Steven Spielberg's Amblin Television is combined with the Syfy channel (company-owned NBCUniversal) to work on the adaptation of the classic dystopia of Aldous Huxley's "brave new world (Brave New World), tells The Hollywood Reporter Russia.
A novel Huxley, occasionally gets into the different lists of the best books of the twentieth century, was first published in 1932. The action in it happens in the world of the future where there is poverty, wars and diseases. Society is consumerism, abolished the institution of marriage, with all this, people are not born, they are grown in special incubators where their incipient divided into 5 castes according to the mental and physical abilities. Ideas are imposed with the help of "hypnopaedia", and psychological problems are being resolved with the adoption of a drug called "soma". Those who do not fit into this model community, go to "reservations", but there are heroes who wanted to challenge the system.
Adaptation of the novel for the small screen will be engaged in the Forest boem, the script writer of sci-Fi mini-series "Taken", awarded in 2003, the Emmy award. Darryl Frank and Justin Falvy from Amblin will produce the project.
"Brave new world" - 1 of the most important novels of all time, is talking to the President of the Syfy channel Dave Howie. - Author's provocative idea if future and exemplary in our days is a powerful expression. This series promises to be a major asset to our channel.
The novel had previously been filmed twice, and both times in the guise of a television channel NBC. TV movie directed by Burt Brinckerhoff was shown in 1980, and another adaptation with Peter Gallagher and Leonard Nonoem in key roles, was released in 1998. In 2009, there was information that on a Studio adaptation of the novel Huxley employs Ridley Scott and Leonardo DiCaprio, but the project has not moved forward.