Spielberg could be developing Minority Report TV show


Spielberg could be developing Minority Report TV show
New reports suggest that Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Television is working on a Minority Report TV series.

The project, according to both The Wrap and Deadline, is to be written by Godzilla writer Max Borenstein. It is currently at a very early stage of development, according to sources familiar with the project.

2002’s Minority Report was directed by Spielberg and starred Tom Cruise. It saw a special police unit use three psychics to identify murderers before they carried out their crime. Of course, the system turned on Cruise’s character that was forced to go on the run and attempt to clear his name.

Spielberg is currently busy with an untitled Cold War thriller starring Tom Hanks and is then expected to work on an adaptation of Roald Dahl's “The BFG.” However, he is expected to be closely involved in the development of the “Minority Report” TV series.

It is thought that the Minority Report series will target a known actor for its lead role, as Spielberg previously did with Halle Berry on CBS’ sci-fi series “Extant.” Now it just has to get past the initial pitching process.

About this author

Staff Writer
Recent Articles by this author
29 September, 2016
Director Antoine Fuqua has been doing a great job in recent years with hits like...
29 September, 2016
Gears of War 4 is coming soon, and it's going to kick off with an extended prologue....
26 September, 2016
If you thought Snapchat was all about social messaging your information is so last...
16 September, 2016
If you’re budgeting your time for future game releases, you may want to leave...