The Fallout TV series is moving full steam ahead. Based on Bethesda’s long-running post-apocalyptic RPG series, the show is on the way from Amazon Studios and Kilter Films in association with Bethesda Game Studios and Bethesda Softworks, and there are some exciting developments about who’ll be helming the show.
As per Deadline, Westworld co-creator Jonathan Nolan will direct the Fallout series’ premiere episode. Nolan has an impressive list of credits to his name, having written on some huge movies such as 2014’s sci-fi thriller Interstellar (which he co-wrote with his filmmaker brother Christopher Nolan), as well as The Dark Knight, and The Prestige. Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Graham Wagner are also joining as showrunners. Robertson-Dworet was one of the screenplay writers on Captain Marvel, and Wagner served as a co-executive producer on the series Silicon Valley) and a producer on The Office.
There’s no sign of a release date for the show yet, but it looks like it’s kicking into full gear, with production due to start sometime this year.