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Netflix Releases New Poster For “The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance”.

Netflix releases new poster of the Dark Crystal prequel.

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In just a couple of months, the prequel series to Jim Henson’s beloved 1982 movie The Dark Crystal will be arriving on Netflix. From the synopsis and images which have been released till now, one can infer that The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance is going to take the story of the beloved cult classic to an even deeper level. It is planning to do so by adding to the mythology of Thra and the war between Skeksis and Gelflings.

New Photos Released Of The Dark Crystal Prequel

Slowly, the marketing for Age of Resistance is starting to spark up as a new batch of photos were just released last week. Netflix then went on to add even more by debuting the first official poster of The Dark Crystal: Age Of Resistance as well. The amazing Age of Resistance poster was released via the Instagram account of the show and it showed a look at the three main characters of the prequel. The caption on the post also teased a potential trailer arriving next.

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The post says that:

“The Skeksis have left their mark, but sleep Gelflings. The three Suns bring light in 8 hours.”

What Will The Dark Crystal: Age Of Resistance Be About?

This prequel series of The Dark Crystal will follow the adventures of three young Gelflings- Rian, Brea, and Deet- as they go on a journey together to discover the secret behind the Skeksis’ rise to power. This is sure to be in line with the cult classic and many are anticipating that it will please fans especially since Netflix has trusted it with a really large budget.

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Stay tuned to get updates when the trailer will be released. There’s also more to come and we will keep reporting all the new developments.

Louis Leterrier Of Now You See Me and The Incredible Hulk fame is bringing the 10 episode series to life for Netflix.

(Source: comicbook.com and vanityfair.com)

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