David Fincher, the filmmaker of “Se7en” (1995) or “The Social Network” (2010), and Tim Miller, the director of “Deadpool” (2016), will produce the animated series “Love, Death & Robots” for Netflix , the digital platform reported today in a statement.
Fincher and Miller will be executive producers of this series that will mix genres such as science fiction, fantasy, horror and comedy.
Conceived as an anthology for the adult audience, “Love, Death & Robots” will feature 18 episodes, each of which will tell a different story.
In the same way, each chapter will have a different creative team.
“‘Love, Death & Robots’ is my dream project,” Miller said.
“Combine my love for animation and amazing stories.” Low-budget movies, comics, books and fantasy fiction magazines have inspired me for decades, but were relegated to the peripheral culture of the brainiac and geeks I was part of. I’m really excited that the creative landscape has finally changed enough, “he added.
“Love, Death & Robots” is not the first project for Netflix by Fincher, who has already worked with the digital giant in the series “House of Cards” and “Mindhunters” (EFEUSA).