Filming on Amazon’s sci-fi series Fallout officially wrapped last Friday (March 24) in Utah, USA. Work on the video game adaptation began in July 2022 in New York City, with filming also taking place in New Jersey.
Walton Goggins, co-star of the series, was one of the first actors to wrap up filming earlier this month. In his post on Instagram, he revealed that the series would be exciting. “Been quiet… been busy… but now… I’m done with FALLOUT (wait till you see that damn tsunami coming at you!) and now I have some time for myself,” Goggins wrote. The rest of the cast wrapped up filming last Friday, March 24, which was the last day of filming.
While there is a possibility that the series could be ready by the end of this year, since post-production is expected to last 7-8 months, it is unlikely that Amazon will release it this year. So we can expect Fallout to release on Prime Video sometime in the first half of 2024. Also, given the fact that this is a big-budget series set in a retro-futuristic world, it will certainly need extra special effects time during post-production.
Fallout is expected to be one of the most anticipated Amazon Original series and video game adaptations following the success of The Last of Us on HBO. Fallout is produced by Amazon Studios and Kilter Films in collaboration with Bethesda Game Studios and Bethesda Softworks.
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