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Despite the bloodbath of television cancellations last week, NBC is on a roll picking up new shows to fill the fall schedule. Today, it officially ordered a season for its time travel drama, Timeless.
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Robert Zemeckis hasn't quite found much success with his super-elaborate motion-capture and CG movies of late. So he's getting back to what he does best: live-action time travel movies, with Timeless... while casually courting the Superman director's chair. [Deadline]
The director of time travel film Timeless says his film is being touted as "Looper meets Source Code." Which is a pretty big statement to make. So take a look at the concept art and decide for yourself.