Netflix has given us the first look at Lost in Space, the modern-day reboot of Irwin Allen's classic 1965 sci-fi series, which follows the pioneering space-colonists Robinson family, who find themselves in unknown alien territory after their spaceship veers off-course in a space-time incident. Set 30 years in the future, Netflix's series shows the Robinson family "selected to make a new life for themselves in a better world".
The streaming service dropped the first trailer to try and wipe our memories of that terrible 1998 film starring Matt LeBlanc (sorry, Matt, but it's true), and it gives us hope Netflix may have done this version right.
"Humankind evolves", says Maureen, her words juxtaposed against images of the Robinson family walking toward their iconic ship, Jupiter 2. "It's how we survive". We adapt our skills, our languages, our very bodies in order to live. "When this world can no longer serve that objective, another planet, another colony, another chance..." Lost in Space will premiere on April 13, 2018.
With that said, the various human members of the cast are on full display in these opening photos, both in terms of the Robinson clan proper...
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This isn't the first time the series has gotten a revival attempt: In 1998, a splashy blockbuster mostly notable for finally booting Titanic from the number one spot at the weekly box office arrived, with Gary Oldman playing Dr. Smith and Matt LeBlanc as an action hero.
The famed The Robot from the original Lost in Space will return in a different form.
This Lost in Space reboot trailer is less of a traditional trailer and more of a trailer teaser or announcement video, simply giving folks a heads up of the show's existence.
This trailer offers a look at the Lost in Space crew and sets up the premise, but that's as far as it goes.
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