‘The Misplaced Image’ will premiere on September 16, with new episodes airing weekly solely on Peacock.
Peacock has unveiled new posters for the upcoming collection adaptation of Dan Brown‘s bestselling thriller,, and Collider can solely reveal the pictures that tease the motivations for every member of the core forged — together with a youthful incarnation of symbologist Robert Langdon, performed by Worry Avenue‘s Ashley Zukerman. The primary episode of The Misplaced Image will premiere on September 16, with new episodes airing weekly solely on Peacock.
The brand new posters are centered round six members of the collection’ forged, together with a tagline that appears to point what every character will probably be searching for over the course of the primary season. Along with Zukerman’s Robert Langdon, the posters additionally tease the present’s principal antagonist Mal’akh (Beau Knapp), in addition to Smithsonian secretary Peter Solomon (Eddie Izzard), scientist and Peter’s sister Katherine Solomon (Valorie Curry), CIA safety director Inoue Sato (Sumalee Montano), and Capitol policeman Alfonso Nunez (Rick Gonzalez).
The collection is produced by CBS Studios, Think about Tv Studios, and Common Tv, a division of Common Studio Group. Dan Dworkin and Jay Beattie will function writers and govt producers for the collection. Brown, Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Samie Kim Falvey, Anna Culp, John Weber, and Frank Siracusa additionally function govt producers. Dan Trachtenberg govt produced and directed the pilot.
The primary episode of The Misplaced Image will premiere on September 16, with new episodes airing weekly solely on Peacock. Try the unique character posters beneath:
Here is the official synopsis for The Misplaced Image:
Primarily based on Dan Brown’s worldwide bestselling thriller “The Misplaced Image,” the collection follows the early adventures of younger Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon, who should resolve a collection of lethal puzzles to avoid wasting his kidnapped mentor and thwart a chilling world conspiracy.
The film appears designed from the bottom as much as trick James Wan’s fanbase particularly.
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