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Fallout TV Show Trailer Description Teases Walton Goggins’ Character & Brotherhood Of Steel-TGN


  • The trailer for the upcoming Fallout TV series was shown at Gamescom, featuring the Brotherhood of Steel, Vertibird vehicles, and Walton Goggins’ character resembling John Hancock from Fallout 4.
  • The adaptation, based on the popular roleplaying franchise, will be released in 2024 on Prime Video.

The description for the upcoming Fallout television show trailer teases Walton Goggins’ character, in addition to the Brotherhood of Steel. First announced in 2020, with Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan of Westworld and The Peripheral on board as executive producers and writers, the upcoming series is based on the popular role-playing franchise of the same name, and it’s headed to Prime Video. It’s recently been confirmed that the adaptation will be released in 2024, with a Fallout poster previewing a bit of what can be expected.

Now, according to DiscussingFilm, a Fallout trailer was shown at the annual trade fair Gamescom.

It included a shot of Brotherhood of Steel marching across a desert. The trailer also included a look at the Vertibird vehicles, as well as Goggins’ ghoul character looking similar to John Hancock of Fallout 4, and multiple nuclear explosions.

What To Know About The Fallout TV Series

Fallout takes place in the aftermath of a nuclear war. Although the aesthetic of the surroundings harkens back to an earlier era, particularly the late-1940s and ’50s in America, it’s the dichotomy between an ostensibly ideal past and a grim post-war future that gives the franchise some of its fuel. It is known that the adaptation will take place in Los Angeles, around the same time as the source material.

Although details about Fallout remain under wraps, some things are known about the cast. In addition to Goggins, who is well-known for his role as Boyd Crowder on Justified, the leading cast also includes Kyle MacLachlan (Twin Peaks), Ella Purnell (Yellowjackets), and Xelia Mendes-Jones (The Wheel of Time). Behind the camera, Geneva Robertson-Dworet, a co-writer on Captain Marvel, and Graham Wagner, a writer on the comedy series Portlandia, are executive producers and co-showrunners.

The promotional materials for the Prime Video show lean on the game’s imagery, showing Vault-Tec’s advanced nuclear bomb shelter Vault 33. It also features the familiar Vault-Boy mascot dressed in a Vault 33 jumpsuit. Along with the Fallout poster, it serves as a sign of how the blockbuster streaming original will look once it arrives next year.

Source: @DiscussingFilm/Twitter

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