Fast Color was one of the most slept on sci-fi movies of this year due to poor marketing and Hollywood gatekeepers.
The film hit theaters with a limited release in March 2019 but it's now available on digital/ streaming devices, and on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Now, according to Deadline, Amazon Studios is planning to introduce Fast Color's world to more people by giving Viola Davis and her husband Julius Tennon's JuVee Productions the go-ahead to create a series based on the film. The movie tells the story of three generations of black women with superpowers: Ruth, played by Gugu Mbatha-Raw (San Junipero/Black Mirror), her mom Bo and her daughter Lila. Critics praised it for taking a more grounded approach to the genre, so it's very different from the superhero flicks we're used to.
READ the rest of Amazon is turning indie superhero movie 'Fast Color' into a series on Engadget, and check out a review ‘Fast Color’ Film Review: Gugu Mbatha-Raw’s Got the Power in Feminist Superhero Indie on The Wrap
Watch the trailer for the movie below. Fast Color is available for Streaming on Amazon Video, Google Play, YouTube, and available for DVD rental on Netflix.