Tuesday, October 12, 2004

Aftershock: 10.5 Sequel

NBC is getting set to shoot their sequel to last May's '10.5' which garnered them the biggest ratings with the young viewer crowd than any other network in the last two years.

The original's co-writer and director, John Lafia is penning a new script which will pick up where the first one left off...'Parts of California have drifted off into the Pacific Ocean, leaving millions dead or devastated by the destruction. But while shaken survivors might have assumed the worst was over, it turns out the Big One was just the beginning,' says Variety.

'Something's been triggered and it's going to move East, demolishing as many set pieces with major landmarks as we can think of," Lafia said. The sequel "still sticks to the earthquake premise, but enlarges it to include ... the full (range) of earthquake-related events.'

No word on when the sequel is set to air.

Sources: Variety


Blogger Aaron said...

Is it just me or does mother nature have an unhealthy hatred towards landmarks? I'll assume that this earthquake hits no less than 10 famous landmarks, if not more. Since it's a sequel and the landmarks have to be bigger, the Whitehouse is as good as gone. Also the Empire State Building and Statue of Liberty will most likly go as well. Leaving intact the boring middle states with no landmarks as the last survivors.
"If you build it, nature will knock it down."

October 12, 2004 at 3:50 PM  
Blogger sinistaswoll said...

Will John Schineider be back, because this time he could jump a huge hole in the ground that the earthquake left and the earthquake would then go I'll get you Duke boys.

October 12, 2004 at 6:37 PM  

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