With Robert Downey Jr. And Susan Downey as Executive Producers,Sweet toothIs the new series of Netflix Which will appear on the small screen on June 4th. A comedy-based production with a rhythmic title for DC Home.
This story takes the audience towards a society undergoing a process of reconstruction, ten years after a catastrophic event that devastated the world and caused the mysterious emergence of hybrids: children born partly human and part animal.
How do you transfer this story from animation pages to television? At a glance shared by Netflix, Series directors Jim Mikel and Beth Schwartz, along with Susan Downey, Robert Downey Jr. Members Christian Convery and Nonsu Anuzzi explain the creative process.
In the video preview of Running giant, Titled “From the comic to the screen,” also includes comic creator Jeff Lemire, who joins the testimonial group detailing the transformation ofSweet toothIn a series, with a look at the main characters and a preview of what the audience can expect.
What is the topic of “Sweet Tooth”?
Although it is not known for certain whether they are hybrids. ”Sweet toothThey are a cause or consequence of the virus, many humans fear and chase them. Thus, Gus (Christian Convey), part of deer and boys, lived safely in his home in the woods for a decade, until he began an unexpected friendship with a lonely wanderer named Jepperd (Nonso Anozie) ).
Both characters set off on an unusual adventure through the ruins of America in search of answers: about the origins of Gus, Jepperd’s past, and the true meaning of home.
However, this pair’s history is full of unexpected allies and enemies, and Gus soon discovers that the fertile and dangerous world outside the jungle is more complex than he had imagined.
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