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Alex Garland Talks 8-Part Sci-fi Series He’s Developing for FX

Ex Machina director Alex Garland returns to the sci-fi space with second feature Annihilation on February 23, and he’s already in development on his next project! Chatting with Fandango this week, Garland revealed that he’s developing an 8-part science fiction series for FX. It’ll be his first project in a new collaboration with FX. “The next […]
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