The Myst TV series is dead; long live the Myst TV series

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The Myst TV series is dead; long live the Myst TV series

Curated via Twitter from The Verge’s twitter account….

I’ve reached out to Myst’s original co-creators, Rand and Robyn Miller, to see what happened since Village Roadshow says they will help produce the new work, which will “expand upon the game’s existing mythology to develop a multi-platform universe including film, scripted and unscripted television content,” according to a press release.

It’s also why it’s flaring up again today: Village Roadshow Entertainment, the co-producer and financier of a lot of movies you’ve probably heard of, has purchased the rights to create a Myst TV series and / or films.

The vast MYST canon has over 10,000 years of history, but its primary saga follows Atrus, a brilliant (if a bit naïve) grandson of Anna, a woman who triggers a world-shaping set of events when she discovers the D’ni civilization in a cavern deep below the New Mexico desert.

As eager as I am to see where it might take the worlds, I’m not holding my breath: thrice, we’ve been told that Halo would get an ambitious live-action adaptation, but names like Peter Jackson, Alex Garland, Guillermo del Toro, Neill Blomkamp, D. B.

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