Twisted Metal TV Series July Premiere Release Date
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Twisted Metal TV Series Gets July Premiere Date

The live-action Twisted Metal TV series starring Anthony Mackie has a release date of 27 July 2023. Streaming service Peacock confirmed that the show is set to premiere in a few months on the platform and is based on the classic video game series of the same name from PlayStation.

Twisted Metal will tell the story of a milkman named John Doe (played by Mackie) that is given a cryptic package to be delivered to a mysterious client. With the assistance of a woman named Quiet (played by Brooklyne Nine-Nine‘s Stephanie Beatriz), John Doe must traverse a desolate post-apocalyptic world while being hunted by villain Sweet Tooth (voiced by Will Arnett). The series will also star Thomas Haden Church, Richard Cabral, Tahj Vaughans, Neve Campbell and professional wrestler Samoa Joe as the appearance of Sweet Tooth.

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Even though it’s based on the classic PlayStation game series, the live-action show will put its own unique comedic spin on the formula by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick (Deadpool, Zombieland). It will also be written by Cobra Kai writer Michael Jonathan Smith.

The first teaser trailer for the Twisted Metal TV series is expected to arrive sometime today which will give us a better idea of the show’s tone, style and blend of action and comedy. With the talent behind Deadpool, Zombieland and Cobra Kai helming the project, we can hopefully expect one of the better live-action video game adaptations. PlayStation Productions already made a great first impression with the critically acclaimed HBO adaptation of The Last of Us.

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Twisted Metal is set to premiere on 27 July 2023 via NBC’s Peacock streaming service.

Source: IGN

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