HBO Max releases official trailer for Rosario Dawson-Starrer
With Ava DuVernay (When they see us) and Roberto Patinoit’s (Westworld) four-part limited series adaptation of the DC Comics series DMZ dropping all four episodes in ten days, now looked as good as any for the streaming service to share a look at both the official key art poster (pending below) as well as on the official trailer. Based on the popular and award-winning graphic novel from DC Comics, the Rosario Dawson (Briarpatch, Rental, Sin City), Benjamin Bratte (Public order, Traffic)-the star series takes viewers through the landscape of dangerous and warped Manhattan as a woman navigates a demilitarized zone on a harrowing quest to find her lost son.
Hoon Lee (Banshee, Warrior), Freddy Miyares (When they see us, the L word: Generation Q), Jordan Preston Carter (The haves and the have-nots), Rutine Wesley (sugar queen), Grandma Gumer (real detective), Nora Dunn (The big jump), Henry G. Sanders (sugar queen), Venus Ariel (NCIS: New Orleans), Jade Wu (Marvel’s Luke Cage), Rey Gallegos (Animal Kingdom), Agam Darchi (funny boy), and Juani Feliz (Harlem) also star. Here is now a preview of the official trailer of DMZon streaming screens March 17:
DMZ is set in the near future, when America is embroiled in a bitter civil war, leaving Manhattan a demilitarized zone (DMZ), destroyed and isolated from the rest of the world. It chronicles the harrowing journey of fearless and fierce doctor Alma Ortega (Dawson) to find the son she lost during the evacuation of New York at the start of the conflict. Throwing gasoline on the flames of this conflict is Parco Delgado (Bratt), the popular and murderous leader of one of the most powerful gangs in the DMZ. He wants to rule this new world and will stop at nothing to ensure that outcome. The drama will examine the deep political and cultural divide in American society, where Alma must contend with the gangs, militias, demagogues and warlords who control this lawless no-man’s land. In doing so, she becomes the unlikely source of what everyone has lost… hope.
Ariel’s Nico is a crass scavenger with a bent for evil, while Wesley’s Athena is a calculating operative for the breakaway Free States of America – and the DMZ’s most efficient power broker that no one has. heard. Dunn’s Oona is a powerful figure of almost mythical stature who oversees an all-female commune, as well as the most valuable currency in the entire DMZ: the water supply; Wu’s Susie has a groundbreaking past that showed her that the best in humanity can be uncovered at its worst. Cesar de Gallegos is a ruthless and dedicated consigliere who will stop at nothing to ensure his gang’s authority in the DMZ, while Gummer’s Rose is a jaded doctor who tirelessly tends to the sick and injured of this disenfranchised populace. , whatever the cost. Darshi’s Franklin is one of the only smugglers who can get someone in or out of the DMZ. Finally, Carmen de Feliz is the DMZ’s fearless and feisty partner in greater evil and a key source of power and community in her native Spanish Harlem, while Cédric de Sanders is a direct citizen of the DMZ whose sole concern at the world is protecting his grandson.
Patino, DuVernay and ARRAY Filmworks Paul Garnes are the executive producers of DMZ, which was created for television by Patino and based on the comic book series published by DC and illustrated by Ricardo Burchielli. Patino serves as showrunner and wrote the first episode, which was directed by DuVernay. Director Ernest Dickerson is directing and executive producing three episodes. Emmy Winner Carly Wray is co-executive producer. DMZ is produced by ARRAY Filmworks of DuVernay in association with Warner Bros. Television.