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Production for Twisted Metal Series Concludes, Proceeds to Post-Production

The eagerly awaited television adaptation of the iconic video game Twisted Metal has completed its filming phase and is advancing to post-production activities.

A few years after the initial announcement of the Twisted Metal television series, we’re now seeing progress with the completion of filming and the shift to the post-production phase. The series plans to bring the well-known PlayStation franchise to the small screen.

As reported by VGC, the TV series is set to premiere ahead of the anticipated Twisted Metal reboot game, which is currently being created by Sony’s Firesprite studio.

The show’s head writer and executive producer, Michael Jonathan Smith, announced the completion of the first season’s filming by posting a photo of a decorative ice sculpture bearing the Twisted Metal logo. His tweet, “That’s a wrap on season one!”, verified the end of the production phase.

Transition to Post-Production

In his message, Smith expressed his appreciation for the unique Twisted Metal cast and crew. Despite challenges like lightning delays, oppressive heat, and uncooperative vehicles, the team dedicated themselves to making Twisted Metal exceptionally thrilling.

He described the final day of filming as bittersweet, akin to the last day at a summer camp, highlighted by laughter and the distribution of ice cream from the iconic Sweet Tooth truck. Smith’s series of tweets drew to a close with the confirmation that the series has now moved into the post-production stage.

The series features an impressive ensemble, including Anthony Mackie, who is notably recognized as Falcon from the MCU, as well as Will Arnett, Samoa Joe, Thomas Haden Church, Stephanie Beatriz, known for her role as Rosa Diaz in Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Neve Campbell.

Peacock has officially picked up the show for streaming, and it is part of a broader initiative to develop shows based on PlayStation titles. Other projects include an HBO adaptation of The Last of Us, a Netflix adaptation of Horizon: Zero Dawn handled by Umbrella Academy showrunner Steve Blackman, and an upcoming God of War TV series rumored to be in the works at Amazon.

Image Credit: Gamebyte

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