Last week brought the news that NBC would officially give birth to its 'Rosemary's Baby' remake miniseries in mid-May, though at the time, footage from the four-hour special proved somewhat fleeting. Now, the full cast and horror-filled scope of the new 'Rosemary's Baby' has been revealed in the first completed trailer, and Zoe Saldana's pipes sound like they could use a rest from the screaming.
We're still on the fence as to whether NBC's Zoe Saldana-starring 'Rosemary's Baby' miniseries remake can live up to the scares of the original, but all the same, the newest iteration of motherly horror at last has a premiere date. Fear will officially be born anew on NBC this coming May, and Mother's Day to boot!
Apart from a few early photos, the first teaser for NBC's miniseries remake of iconic horror staple 'Rosemary's Baby' proved criminally brief, nothing more than moving graphics and a baby's cry. Now, the first teaser trailer brings us to Paris with real footage of the Zoe Saldana-Patrick J. Adams starring drama, where unholy fear is born anew.
NBC has made a few bold choices over the last year to combat its weak run of pilots, but the news of 'Guardians of the Galaxy' babe Zoe Saldana leading a miniseries remake of iconic horror thriller 'Rosemary's Baby' more than caught our attention. Now check out Zoe in the first photos from NBC's terrifying new remake, along with 'Suits' star Patrick J. Adams!
Surprised though we were to see NBC updating horror classic 'Rosemary's Baby' as a TV miniseries, our interest went up a notch with the addition of 'Guardians of the Galaxy' star Zoe Saldana in the title role. Now, the cast continues to flesh out with 'Awake' and 'Harry Potter' baddie Jason Isaacs, as well as 'Suits' star Patrick J. Adams.
We knew that horror classic 'Rosemary's Baby' would look a bit different with NBC's upcoming miniseries remake, swapping the iconic New York setting for Paris, but it seems our new evil finally has a face ... or at least a womb. 'Star Trek' and 'Guardians of the Galaxy' star Zoe Saldana will carry the load as NBC 'Rosemary's Baby' titular leading lady, executive producing the drama, as well.
NBC's recent live 'Sound of Music' success must have shaken loose a bit of courage, as the struggling network has officially committed to its horror miniseries remake of 1968 classic 'Rosemary's Baby,' after initially broaching the idea this summer. The new 'Rosemary's Baby' has officially set both its story and creative team, so what new horror will the miniseries craft?
Among the multiple ongoing developments from the Television Critics Association press tour, NBC has reaffirmed their commitment to doing more limited series, announcing several new projects. Not only will the network look to reboot horror classic 'Rosemary's Baby,' but also a new adaptation of Stephen King's 'The Tommyknockers,' a Hilary Clinton miniseries starring Diane Lane, and a 'Plymouth' story on par with History's 'The Bible.'