The Making Of 'DR0NE' - Go Behind The Scenes Of The Sci-Fi Web Series Starring Lance Reddick

by Tambay A. Obenson
September 14, 2012 9:18 AM
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Episode 3 won't air for another 2 weeks, so the production team put together and released this 5-minute behind-the-scenes look at the making of the new sci-fi web series, DR0NE, which stars Lance Reddick and Kenneth Choi.

The series is broadcast on the YouTube channel You Offend Me, You Offend My Family, which Fast Five's Justin Lin is shepherding.

The series centers on robots that are apart of the U.S. Military which are designed and programmed by humans to be superior soldiers.

The series, co-produced by Clark Baker and Robert Glickert, is directed by Glickert, from his own script. Justin Lin is executive producer, while Reddick and his manager Steven Adams are serving as co-producers.

As announced back in March, Reddick formed a production company called Christai Productions, along with Adams, with the goal being to develop story-driven film and television projects that are a little "outside the box," but with "a sharp eye to genre and budget."

Watch the behind-the-scenes look at DR0NE below:

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  • Priss | September 16, 2012 2:14 PMReply

    Started watching and then saw the young white guy director. I don't come here to hear about young white guy directors since I have to hear about them ad nauseum EVERYWHERE ELSE.

  • Brad | December 28, 2012 10:07 PM


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