Netflix’s adaptation of ‘The Three-Body Problem’ will arrive in 2023

At its Tudum event today, Netflix released an update on its highly anticipated adaptation by Liu Cixins The three body problem. First announced in 2020, the upcoming live-action series from game of Thrones Showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss will arrive sometime next year. Netflix shared a behind-the-scenes teaser showing some character moments.

Actors set to star in the project include Benedict Wong (The Martian, Doctor Strange), Eiza Gonzalez (baby driver), as well as John Bradley and Liam Cunningham from game of Thrones Fame. Considered a modern sci-fi masterpiece, The three body problem was first released in China in 2008. It took another six years for the novel to hit the West, and it went on to become the first Asian novel to win a Hugo Prize. Cixin and Ken Liu, who translated two of the novels Memory of Earth’s past Trilogy into English, advised on live-action adaptation.

Netflix signed a lucrative $200 million deal with Benioff and Weiss in 2019 3 body problem is the first project the duo is writing for the company — although they’ve also produced a series with Sandra Oh. Netflix will likely share more information about it 3 body problem in the following months.

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