Tomorrow, When The War Began – The Series introduces adults’ stories

The film adaptation of Tomorrow, When The War Began was generally well received in Australia and executive producer Matthew Street (Killer Elite, Bran Nue Dae) says it played incredibly well overseas.

Sadly, he says a few international distributors didn’t put enough marketing behind it to make more people aware of the film. But knowing it had appeal was encouragement enough to create another reworking, this time for TV.

Street stepped into the same role he had on the film for the TV series. Early on it was decided that the six-episode TV adaptation, had to be a different iteration of the story.

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New book covers and DVD special features screencaps

The series is gaining popularity in Poland! The fourth novel, Darkness Be my Friend (Jutro 4), has been translated into Polish surprisingly fast and will be released soon. The beautiful cover art has been added to the gallery! Quercus Publishing is also releasing the second book, The Dead Of The Night, on January 5th 2012 in the UK. Here’s the very symbolic and eye-catching cover. What do you think?
In other news, screencaptures of the Tomorrow, When The War Began DVD’s special features have been added to the gallery. Check out the film’s category to see them!


Gallery update & John Marsden Interview

Over the last days I made some additions and fixes to the gallery! I’ll keep updating it and add content as soon as new stills, book covers or any Tomorrow Series picture pops up! The website is almost complete so keep checking back for fresh, awesome content! The video section is on its way!
I’ve added 15 photoshoot pictures of Tomorrow, When The War Began’s promotional campaign and more HQ stills, some of them are deleted scenes! In the meantime we’re hoping to hear news on The Dead Of The Night, filming was supposed to start last September but it looks like we’ll have to wait longer for that.
There’s also a new interview with John Marsden for the release of the third book in Poland (Jutro 3, W objęciach chłodu). Click on Read more to watch the interview!
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Deleted scenes and storyboards

Yesterday I received my long-awaited German Blu-Ray copy that I ordered exclusively to watch the deleted scenes and some outtakes of the first film. The Australian original Blu-Ray copy does not feature any of this specific content.
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Tomorrow Series Italian Translation

The Tomorrow Series will be soon available in Italian as well! Tomorrow, When The War Began (Il domani che verrà) and the following books will be published by Fazi Editore.
Eagle Pictures, the movie’s Italian distributor, worked on a co-marketing campaign with Fazi Editore, so expect to see the film in theaters soon! According to the official Facebook page the first book is coming out in September.
Take a look at the gorgeous cover art featured in our gallery!


Website and gallery updates

Over the last few weeks I’ve been adding more content to the website: Blu-Ray quality Screen Captures of the first film, Character’s Photoshoots from the DVD’s Menu, new Stills from the DVD’s special features and Set Photos! I’ll be adding more pictures soon so stay tuned for more awesome stuff!
As for the Books section I’ve added many quotes and extracts for each novel, the character’s bios are now complete, I hope you’ll enjoy reading them!
On the horizon for is the Video section and the Forum!


New Stills!

New stills have been added to the gallery! Some of them were took by myself directly from the DVD so please make sure you credit the website if you take any. I’ve also uploaded a few scans from different magazines released back when the promotional campaign of the first film was at its peak in Australia and New Zealand. I’ll keep adding photos to the gallery, whether it’ll be screencaps from the animatics, storyboards or promotional pictures.