Photo: Chrome: The Series – Pendragon Pictures
With the pandemic having closed theaters across the globe, major Hollywood female superhero films like Wonder Woman, Black Widow and Mulan were forced to push their release dates back, while Chrome: The Series lands on Amazon Prime and Apple TV+ on schedule on May 30, 2020.
Chrome: The Series is an escapist fantasy adventure in a dystopian future where a female robot slave defies her cruel masters with the help of a repairbot (Natasha Coppola-Shalom) to bring humanity back to the human race and right the injustices of the world.
Starring Katie Erin Tomlinson, Anthony Piana, Susan Goforth and Natasha Coppola-Shalom, who is the niece of Nicolas Cage, grandniece of Francis Ford Coppola and Sophia Coppola’s cousin.
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“We are very proud that we are partnered with Amazon Prime as our principle platform and in addition we will be streaming on Apple TV,” says Chrome: The Series producer Susan Goforth.
Chrome director Timothy Hines adds, “Times have changed. Major theatrical films are left with one of two choices, postpone or stream. In our case Chrome: The Series was ready to go when the pandemic hit and we were fully geared for the streaming universe.”
Wonder Woman 1984, Courtesy Warner Bros.
Photo: Mulan, Courtesy Disney
Some films like Wonder Woman 1984, Black Widow and Mulan have chosen to gamble on a later theatrical release, whereas shows like Tom Hanks’ Greyhound which was originally reserved for a theatrical release by Sony Pictures is now premiering on Apple TV. It is the first time a Tom Hanks movie is going directly to streaming instead of the original wide theatrical release plan, though the date has not been announced. Likewise Chrome: The Series which was desinged as a serialized females superhero cliffhanger, will begin its streaming debut on schedule with the pilot episode streaming May 30, 2020 on Amazon Prime and on Apple TV from director Timothy Hines and producer Susan Goforth and Donovan Le, War of the Worlds The True Story, 10 Days in a Madhouse. have competed in the Academy Awards. War of the Worlds the True Story has sold over 7 million DVD through WalMart alone. 10 Days in a Madhouse played 19 weeks in AMC Theaters and is distributed throguh NBC Universal Home Entertainment.
Photo: 10 Days In A Madhouse, Pendragon Pictures
Photo: Black Widow, Courtesy Marvel Studios
Photo: Pendragon Pictures – Chrome: The Series starts Saturday May 30, 2020 on Amazon Prime and on Apple TV in the US and UK.
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