Aldous Huxley’s 1932 classic Brave New World is arguably one of the most inventive novels published in the 20th century. In case you haven’t taken a trip to Huxley’s World State in quite some time, here are a few interesting facts about the novel’s inspiration and the legacy it spawned. 1. Show More Summary
Syfy is adapting Huxley's classic 'Brave New World' for Syfy. News by Peter Derk Syfy, the network that brought us gems such as Sharknado, Sharktopus, Swamp Shark, Avalanche Sharks, and a bunch of other movies that don't involve sharks...Show More Summary
Steven Spielberg's Amblin Television is adapting Aldous Huxley's novel Brave New World as a scripted series for the NBCUniversal-owned cable network, Hollywood Reporter has learned. Brave New World -- ranked fifth among the 100 best English-language novels of the 20th Century by Modern Library -- is set in a world without poverty, war or disease. Show More Summary
Amblin, a production company owned by film director Steven Spielberg, has plans to adapt Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World for television. The Hollywood Reporter has the scoop: First published in 1932, Brave New World will be adapted by...Show More Summary
I'm more of a George Orwell/1984 girl myself, but there's no denying that Aldous Huxley's dystopian view of the future in Brave New World has given generations tons to think about with regard to consumerism, hedonism, and an "on demand" culture way before On Demand was even a thing. Show More Summary
Steven Spielberg's Amblin Television will bring Aldous Huxley's classic 1932 dystopian SF novel Brave New World to the small screen. Les Boehm, who wrote the series Taken, will adapt Huxley's story for television. (Hollywood Reporte...
Aldous Huxley’s landmark scifi novel Brave New World is headed to the small screen but with an interesting set of partners, Syfy and Amblin Television. Alright... we’re listening. Read more...
Spielberg And Syfy Developing Huxley’s BRAVE NEW WORLD!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Adapting the proposed Syfy/Spielberg version of Aldous Huxley’s 1932 sci-fi novel “Brave New World” is Les Bohem, who created the...Show More Summary
Steven Spielberg will executive produce 'Brave New World' for Syfy, based on Aldous Huxley's novel about a world without poverty or war.
Aldous Huxley?s Brave New World was written way back in 1932, and in the time since the book?s release it has inspired a couple of movies and radio releases. However, it?s never been made into a TV series.Click To Continue Reading
"Brave New World," the classic science fiction novel by Aldous Huxley, is going into development at Syfy as a potential series.
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The last time Steven Spielberg, Amblin Television and Syfy collaborated on a project it was for the Emmy-winning miniseries Taken. Now they are working on an adaptation of Aldous Huxley’s classic novel, Brave New World – to be written by Les Bohem – who wrote Taken – penning the script. Show More Summary
Darryl Frank, Justin Falvey and Les Bohem Will Executive Produce Series With Bohem Writing Screenplay
Syfy and Steven Spielberg’s Amblin TV are partnering to develop a scripted series based on Aldous Huxley’s classic novel Brave New World. The book is set in a world without poverty, war or disease. In this world, humans are given mind-altering...Show More Summary
I presume everyone else is as skeptical as I am about Syfy suddenly deciding they want to adapt classic books like this and Childhood's End, right? I mean, even my very favorite thing on the net...
The Aldous Huxley novel ranked fifth among the 100 best English-language novels of the 20th Century by Modern Library. read more
In Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, we were offered a vision of a future world of “designer babies” (along with a genetic caste system consequent from these centrally-controlled and designed off-spring)…and ever since, we have had periodic...Show More Summary
A handful of individual drug experiences are known to millions. Aldous Huxley’s mescaline dose, recorded in The Doors of Perception (1954), is one. Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s 1797 opium visions, enshrined in his poem “Kubla Khan,” is another. Show More Summary
An early take on the dystopian future, Yevgeny Zamyatin's WE shares the joy and horror of a life without individuality. Evidently, fames authors George Orwell and Aldous Huxley, fought over Zamyatin's WE. Read the rest