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Under The Dome TV Promo Shows Dome Devastation And Disaster
The latest look at Brian K. Vaughan's TV adaptation of Stephen King's Under the Dome uses Bob Dylan's "All Along the Watchtower" to set the tone and then shows us the utter devastation a giant invisible dome will cause a small New England Town when it comes slamming down onto the earth. Of course, those who have read the book know that humans can cause an even worse kind of panic and devastation than an invisible dome if they're motivated by the wrong things.
For those who haven't read the book, there's still time to do it before the series premieres on CBS on June 24. But it's a long book, so you may want to get started soon. As mentioned, Under the Dome is about the residents of a small New England town who find themselves suddenly trapped beneath a mysterious dome. If you think the plot sounds similar to The Simpsons movie, rest assured, that's being acknowledged. The adaptation of King's book will star Mike Vogel as Barbie, Rachelle Lefevre as Julia, Colin Ford as Joe, Natalie Martinez as Linda, Ned Bellamy as Lester Coggins, and Dean Norris as Big Jim Rennie. Check out the previously released preview video here.
Here's where I get a bit more spoilery, so if you plan to watch the series but haven't read the book, go ahead and stop reading now!
The teaser gives us a look at some exciting footage from the show, among which is the sight of the dome crashing down near a farm (presumably Dinsmore's), and a truck slamming into it. We also get a look at a small plane crashing into it, which may be where Andy Sanders meets her demise (assuming that part will stay true to the book). Meanwhile, the house exploding could be the start - or else part - of the awful fire that happens later in the story.
Because I love the sight of the dome hitting the ground and the cows scattering…
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