NASA voted it in the 90s as the most accurate science fiction movie and now it will become a series

The film made Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke fall in love and have two children, including ‘Stranger Things’ actress Maya Hawke.

In 1997 it was released in Gattaca cinemas, the first film in the filmography of andrew nicol before writing the truman show with Jim Carrey, with which he managed to be nominated for an Oscar. And 26 years later, will return as a tv series from Homeland creators Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa for Showtime.

The fiction will follow a generation after the events of the film, when science and humanity have evolved to the point where we can direct our own evolution. Genetic engineering has created a world in which parents can determine the future of their children. before they are born, which by default has created a new subclass, the one that is not determined by social status or skin color.

Set in the near future where corporations test their employees based on their genetic makeup, the series centers on a man with a congenital heart condition who tries to assume the identity of a former athlete with perfect genes to fulfill his dream of traveling in space.

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The 1997 film stars Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman, the same ones who fell in love during their filming. In 1998 they married and had two children, including Stranger Things star Maya Hawke. However, their love ended in 2005 when they got divorced.

Although at first the film may not sound like you Gattacain his day, NASA scientists voted the film one of the most accurate movies ever made. The main cast is completed by Jude Law, Gore Vidal, Elias Koteas, Blair Underwood, Xander Berkeley and Jayne Brook.

If your curiosity has been piqued to see this great science fiction movie, Gattaca It is currently available on Filmin.