The latest teaser of Fox's "Minority Report" has been released.
The TV series picks up 10 years after the events of the original movie, where the Police's PreCrime system has been deemed illegal and has been shut down. The three Precogs who functioned as the main components in predicting future crimes are now living in isolation. Dash, one of the three precogs, still sees the murders that are about to happen; the catch is that he can only see fragments of the future, while his missing brother, Arthur, sees the rest.
Portraying Dash is "Generation Kill" and "NYC 22" actor Stark Sands. Joining him is "Anchorman 2" and "Think Like A Man" actress Megan Good who plays detective Lara Vega.
Max Borenstein, the screenwriter for 2014's "Godzilla" is the man responsible for the series' pilot episode.
Fox's original series is a sequel to Steven Spielberg's 2002 film, which was based on a short story of the same title published by Philip K. Dick in 1956. The movie "Minority Report" was set in futuristic Washington D.C. starring Tom Cruise (Edge of Tomorrrow, Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation) as Captain John Anderton, a high-ranking officer of the PreCrime police who gets accused of a future murder of a man he hasn't even met. Co-starring are Coling Farrell (True Detective), Samantha Morton (John Carter), Max Von Sydow (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Neal McDonough (Captain America: The First Avenger) and Kathryn Morris (Cold Case).
The movie broke box office records, earning $358 million worldwide with a $142 million budget. Spielberg's sci-fi flick was praised for its themes, visuals, and writing. It was nominated at the Academy Awards for Best Sound Editing, and 11 Saturn Award nominations for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor, taking hom Best Direction, Best Writing, Best Supporting Actress and Best Science Fiction Film.
Fox's "Minortity Reports" releases this Fall.