Anthony Salter's The I-Land is an American science fiction thriller streaming television miniseries. Neil LaBute, Chad Oakes, and Mike Frislev serve as executive producers for the show. Kate Bosworth, Natalie Martinez, Ronald Peet, Kyle Schmid, Gilles Geary, Sibylla Deen, Anthony Lee Medina, Kota Eberhardt, Michelle Veintimilla, and Alex Pettyfer are among the cast members of the series. Netflix premiered it on September 12, 2019.
What is There in the I land
Ten individuals awaken on the beach of a tropical island that looks to be uninhabited. They have no recollection of who they are or how they got there, so they adopt the names written on their clothing tags. Initially, the group tries to work together, but priorities and strong personalities force some of them to fight.
Chase, who wants to study the island, is at odds with KC, who is sceptical of Chase's abilities to locate resources, and Brody, who tries to rape Chase.
When Brody is assassinated, the gang assumes Chase is to blame and knocks her out. Chase awakens in a future Texas correctional institution, where she discovers that she and the other nine inmates are violent crime inmates participating in a “rehabilitation simulation.”
Their thoughts have been implanted in a digital simulation of the island to see if they would revert to previous habits. Anyone who perishes in the simulation also perishes in the real world. Chase is sent back to the island simulation, where the avatars of two prison marshals come to divide up and combat the gang. Furthermore, the inmates' memories begin to resurface, causing even more conflict and uncertainty.
Let's Know A Bit About Cast
Natalie Martinez played the role Gabriela Chase
A military veteran doing time for the murder of her mother She was led to believe she murdered her mother while on the I-Land. She finds that she is Cooper's wife. Cooper is freed from the I-Land programme and taken off death row after admitting to framing Chase for her mother's murder.
Kate Bosworth played the role of KC
She is a previously battered wife and waitress who was sentenced to life in prison for the murders of her two boys. As a waiter, she was flirted with and had an affair with a man from Chicago. When her violent husband found out, he drowned her and nearly killed her in her kitchen sink when she informed him she didn't love him.
He saves her from drowning and informs her that she may divorce him, but she would never see her children again. She then took cough medication and drove into the water to drown her two young boys. She then tried suicide in front of her spouse by stabbing herself in the stomach.
Ronald Peet played the role Cooper
Who is a farmer who became scarred after serving in the military. He has a wife named Chase. During a dispute, he killed his mother-in-law by mistake. He makes it appear as though there's a break-in, but they're both arrested for the crime. In a flashback to this incident, he inadvertently kills Moses by shooting him in the stomach.
Kyle Schmid played the role Mose
Who is a former rights activist who meant to make a statement by blowing up a gas pipeline, but was apprehended after inadvertently killing many employees who were touring the pipeline site. Cooper shot him in the stomach during the I-Land program.
The Making of the I land
Netflix announced on September 28, 2018, that the project has received a series order for a seven-episode first season. The miniseries was planned to have Neil LaBute as co-director, writer, and showrunner, as well as Jonathan Scarfe's directorial credentials and Lucy Teitler's writing credits. LaBute, Chad Oakes, and Mike Frislev were set to serve as executive producers, with Lucy Teitler and Jonathan Scarfe serving as co-executive producers and Kate Bosworth serving as a producer. Nomadic Pictures Entertainment was to be one of the production firms for the miniseries.
According to reports, the production firm spent $14 million on the first season, with each episode costing $2 million. The miniseries is planned to premiere on September 12, 2019, according to reports from August 20, 2019.
Kate Bosworth, Natalie Martinez, and Alex Pettyfer will appear in the miniseries, which was announced with the series order. Kyle Schmid was cast in a leading role in the film in October of 2018. It was announced in December 2018 that Clara Wong has joined the cast as a recurring character. In August of this year, Gilles Geary was added to the main cast. Michelle Veintimilla, Kota Eberhardt, Sibylla Deen, Ronald Peet, and Anthony Lee Medina were confirmed to feature in the miniseries in the same month.
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