Twisted Metal has actually dropped a brand-new clip and image gallery that provide a closer take a look at the upcoming series. Based on the computer game franchise of the very same name, Twisted Metal stars Anthony Mackie as John Doe, a milkman with amnesia who is entrusted with an essential shipment in a post-apocalyptic world. Along the method he comes across different vibrant characters consisting of the killer clown Sweet Tooth (played onscreen by Samoa Joe however voiced by Will Arnett).
Today throughout the Summer Game Fest live stream, Peacock revealed a new clip from the Twisted Metal series.
The trailer includes a violent conflict in between Sweet Tooth and John Doe in a deserted gambling establishment that includes them trading barbs and excessive puns prior to bonding over their shared love of Sisqó’s “Thong Song.” The platform likewise shared a gallery of first-look images using a better peek at the 2 characters together with Stephanie Beatriz as Quiet, Thomas Haden Church as Agent Stone, and Neve Campbell as Raven. Check out the brand-new images below:
The Twisted Metal Show Brings Comedy to the Apocalypse
One might be misinterpreted for taking a look at this image gallery and thinking Twisted Gallery was a severe post-apocalyptic series in the vein of Mad Max: Fury Road or HBO’s The Last of Us. It will likely even be severe in particular minutes focused around characters like Raven and Quiet, who are less susceptible to antics. The world of Twisted Metal is a hazardous location that in some cases needs severe factor to consider.
However, this clip blows up the supposition that the program remains in any method a drama. Not just does it feature the hero and bad guy bonding over a not likely one-hit-wonder, it leans into the funny in every other element of the battle. While Mackie’s John Doe is a sardonic action hero in the familiar vein of his character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Sweet Tooth is a various case enitrely.
Sweet Tooth seems like a character born straight from the world of an animation. By leaning in on his shenanigans, Twisted Metal will have the ability to take its own identity far from other popular post-apocalyptic series like The Walking Dead, Resident Evil, and The Last of Us. It stays to be seen if the funny gets in touch with a large audience, however at least it’s bringing something brand-new to the table.