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Judge Dredd: Mega City One isn’t yet set up at a network and was only just announced in May, so it may be a while before the project becomes a reality. But Dredd fans will no doubt be heartened to hear that Urban is at least interested in reprising his role as the character. With TV content going to a variety of places nowadays, Mega City One doesn’t necessarily have to land a big network deal or airing. It could feasibly go to Netflix or Amazon or Hulu, if any of them are interested, and it would be curious to see that kind of sci-fi series take off on a streaming service. So sit tight folks. There should (hopefully) be news on the Judge Dredd TV series front sometime in the near future.
Urban went on to get hopes up everywhere by revealing that “I am in discussions with them about that. I told them that if they write the material and give Dredd something to do and give him a function, I will be there. I would love to.”
originally posted by: skalla
a reply to: LABTECH767
I was an eighties reader too and wholly agree. Maybe it's nostalgia but the admittedly few later Dredds i read cant compare with stuff like The Judge Child or Chopper (amongst many others).
Eighties 2000ad was golden age kinda stuff and no mistake.
originally posted by: Grik123
a reply to: TheMadTitan
It's from a short film on Youtube called Rakka, which was made by Neill Blomkamp's OATS studio.