The Building: New Neil Gaiman Series to Feature Multiverse Skyscrapers

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?Go on and try to tear me down, I will be rising from the ground, like a skyscraper.?

As Demi Lovato sings her hit single, the 20th Fox Century is on the grind for a new fantasy drama series from Neil Gaiman and Angry Films?The Building.

The Building: Alternate realities

The Building will feature a multiverse skyscraper that shifts between alternate realities. In it, a group of urban travelers unknowingly find themselves on a different planet?or Earth in a different setting wherein Ronald Raegan is not President and Russia besieged the United States.

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According to the Deadline, the protagonists would get lost inside The Building. They would then be faced with the problem of finding all of their group members before The Building moves to another dimension again. However, getting back will be like finding a needle in the haystack.

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The same source said the film will ?explore the origin of the building, who built it and why, what happens on each floor and how, if at all possible, do they get back to their original Earth??

The Building: Adaptation of Parallels

The Building?is based on a digital film called?Parallels, a major motion picture on Netflix.

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The original was written and directed by Chris Leone. It came out of Fox Digital Studios, a division owned by the 20th Century Fox too. The project was steered by Department Head David Worthen.

As per Gizmodo, The Building is definitely an exciting premise for?X Files?or?Lost?crowd lovers. And of course, the legendary scribe, Gaiman, ?adds a decent stroke of sci-fi as well. Reportedly, this move honors the tradition of Fox?s fantasy shows such as Gotham and Sleepy Hollow.

Stay tuned to?The Bitbag for more updates.

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