The stunning official Chrome trailer is just up online on YouTube and Vimeo.
You can watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Tn7ypLfpWs
Chrome, the new action female superhero sci fi mini series is finally coming to screen after years of labor and effort. Chrome is slated for release September 7, 2017, 3 months after Wonder Woman, but pre-dating Wonder Woman’s production by years.
Chrome the series, directed by Timothy Hines, starring Katie Tomlinson, Susan Goforth and Anthony Piana, was created with flavors of the golden era classic 1927 Metropolis, and the bright surreal colors of Mad Max: Fury Road.
The one of a kind picture is a large scale epic with a storyline of deeper meaning that deals with the nature of slavery and human conformity mounted on the skeletal structure of an all out action movie.
The plot of Chrome is, in the early days of the 22nd Century, the human population reaches a staggering 12 billion. Global disease, famine and suffering have spread on an unimaginable scale. In the wake of epic brutal wars over food, water and medicine, an oppressive planetary government has formed called Gesomnus.
A vast robot workforce is increasingly relied upon to perform the daily tasks that hold together what remain of the decaying infrastructure. The taskmasters are cruel to their robot slaves. Human injury inhibitors prevent the robots from fighting back. Rumors spread of a robot who has appeared who can face down the masters. They call her Chrome.
Hines, along with producers Susan Goforth, Donovan Le and the late John J. Gallo had a journey to bring Chrome to the screen that was an epic itself. Chrome had many starts and stops over the years and 1000s of artists contributed to its creation.
Timothy Hines’ last picture, 10 Days in a Madhouse, starring Caroline Barry as Nellie Bly and co-starring Christopher Lambert, Alexandra Callas, Julia Chantrey and a great cameo by Kelly Le Brock, did gangbusters for an art house movie, premiering at Geena Davis’ Bentonville Film Festival, and then at the Cannes Film Festival and 19 weeks in US theaters, finally making it to Comcast Pay Per View, DirecTv and all VOD platforms such as iTunes, Vudu, Amazon and Google Play. International rights were sold all over the world through TriCoast Worldwide and the picture was picked up for DVD sales through Wal-Mart, Best Buy and major retail chains by Broad Green Pictures in the US.
Hines has said, “There’s never been a movie like Chrome and there never will again. It is a truly one of a kind picture. Over the years of Chrome’s creation we evolved the picture with the emerging technology and never lost the golden age classic retro feel intended from the ground up.”
Coming off the success of 10 Days in a Madhouse, Hines and Goforth were finally able to return to Chrome. Re-conceptualized in the changing marketplace as a six part Mini Series, Chrome will hit the small screen across the world on major streaming platforms such as iTunes, Vudu and Amazon September, 7 2017.
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Chrome Gofundme Campaign:
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Contact Person: Susan Goforth
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City: Los Angeles
Country: United States