The remake of the series Roswell confirms his uselessness in the first trailer
New adaptation of the book by Melinda Metz but mostly a remake of the series of 1999, Roswell, New Mexico will arrive in 2019.
Time nostalgia Trilogy Saturday night. Between Buffy the vampire slayer, Charmed, Alias, Dark Angel, and The Chameleon , and the other Stargate, there was Roswell and his adolescents fragile half-silly half-aliens. A small series a little worship for many, that has rocked many dreams and fantasies (Shiri Appleby, Jason Behr, Brendan Fehr, Katherine Heigl, Emilie de Ravin), and probably given the BO of many amourettes with the Here With Me by Dido.
Cancelled after three seasons, the series from Jason Katims adapted from the book Roswell High by Melinda Metz will pass through the roller to remake and reboot since the chain The CW has launched a new series. Who demonstrates from its first trailer for his great laziness, as it looks similar to the original, less fun still.
Presented as a “re-imagining” of the series, and not a remake, Roswell, New Mexico takes a priori a few big freedoms, since the heroine, if she keeps the first name of Liz, is now the daughter of illegal immigrants, who returns to his small hometown. Max, himself, is a former boyfriend became a police officer. Nevertheless, the dynamic is the same : he will save in his costume cute waitress, bruised by a ball and a half-liter of blood, thus revealing its true nature of alien. And Max will fight his sister and his brother, who did not trust in humanity.
The sub-text on the fear of the Other will be obviously highlighted between the issue of immigration and that of an alien threat. Still, this first trailer is a fadeur far, despite a slew of special effects shots. At the time when the strings lose their head and control of the remakes at all goes, from Charmed to Buffy against the vampires, passing through The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, this Roswell, New Mexico has not much to sell.
The planned release in April 2019. With Jeanine Mason, Nathan Parsons, and other players virtually unknown to the battalion.