TRENT REZNOR Working With HBO To Produce 'Year Zero' Series

According to the Los Angeles Times, Trent Reznor has revealed that the long-rumored television series of NINE INCH NAILS' "Year Zero" album is slowly making progress. Reznor told the paper, "We are in pre-production with HBO and BBC America to do a miniseries. It's exciting. I probably shouldn't say too much about it except that I understand that there's a thousand hurdles before anything shows up in your TV listing. It's been an interesting and very educational process and it cleared the HBO hurdle a few months ago and now we're writing drafts back and forth. So it's very much alive and incubating at the moment."

Reznor is working with the team of Lawrence Bender, best known for producing Quentin Tarantino films such as "Pulp Fiction", "Inglourious Basterds" and "Reservoir Dogs" as well as the documentaries "An Inconvenient Truth" and "Countdown to Zero", and Kevin Kelly Brown, who was executive producer on "Roswell".

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