Comic-Con 2012: YouTube to Debut Bryan Singer's 'H+' Web Series
Scheduled panelists include director Stewart Hendler, co-writer John Cabrera, producer Jason Taylor and cast members Alexis Denisof, Sean Gunn and David Clayton Rogers.
Bryan Singer’s futuristic web series H+ will be previewed at a YouTube event during Comic-Con on July 13. The series launches August 8 on YouTube.
The Comic-Con event will include a screening, followed by a scheduled Q&A with director Stewart Hendler; John Cabrera, who created and wrote the series with Cosimo De Tommaso; Jason Taylor, who is producing with Singer; and cast members Alexis Denisof, David Clayton Rogers and Sean Gunn.
The cast also includes Hannah Simone, Samuel Vauramo and Amir Arison.
H+ is set in the future at a time when consumers are rapidly installing a chip called H+ into their nervous systems that allows them to access the Internet 24 hours a day -- by just thinking it. The series begins after a virus is released – causing a third of the world’s population to die instantly -- and follows the fight for survival and the mystery to discover who was behind the act.
“H+ The Digital Series on YouTube provides us with a strong two-way dialogue with our fans, creating a deeper and ongoing connection," said Singer in a statement.
Content will be available prior to the series debut on H+’s new YouTube channel.
Warner Premiere, Bad Hat Harry Productions and Dolphin Digital Entertainment are producing and Warner Bros. Digital Distribution is distributing the series.
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