We haven't heard about the upcoming live-action adaptation of Fallout in a while but it seems like it might arrive sooner than expect.
Amazon Prime Video has done an excellent job keeping the Fallout TV show a secret. Save for some set photos leaking out, we haven't heard much from the upcoming show. Fans of the video game series have been patiently waiting to get a first glimpse of Fallout.
In a recent Instagram post, lead actor Walton Goggins revealed he has finished filming his part in the show. While it does not confirm that the upcoming TV series has wrapped up filming for the entire show, it does indicate that a big portion of the production work is complete.
"Been quiet… been busy… but now… I wrapped FALLOUT (wait til you see this f***ing tsunami coming your way!) and now have some time to myself," Goggins wrote. "Haven’t for a long time. Never been good at standing still… got to take my boy skiing this morning at our local spot then came to clean up my rig."
Amazon Studios and Bethesda have done a pretty good job at keeping the production of Fallout under lock and key. There are very few details about the plot of the upcoming TV show.
From what we have gathered, the upcoming live-action adaptation will not be based on any of the games in the series. However, the leaked images do show the set design for the upcoming show takes inspiration from Fallout 3 and Fallout 4.
An Amazon trailer revealed that Vault 33 will be one of the locations for the series. Vault 33 does not appear in any of the video games. We suspect that the location for this particular vault may be in the western United States where many of the lower-numbered vaults are located.
There are also leaked photos of the interior of Vault 32. The interior shots look like a faithful recreation of locations from the video game series.
Amazon cast Walton Goggins as an unnamed Ghoul in the upcoming TV show. Aside from Goggins, the upcoming show also casts Ella Purnell, Kyle MacLachlan, Xelia Mendes-Jones, Aaron Moten, Mike Doyle, and Moisés Arias.
The series was written and developed by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy of HBO’s Westworld. Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Graham Wagner will be the series showrunners.
The Fallout TV series is expected to release sometime between late 2023 to early 2024.