The Game of Thrones makers are back with some epic sci-fi tale in 3 Body Problem, which will take the audiences to another world soon
3 Body Problem special screening
After Rebel Moon, the next big sci-fi project from Netflix is 3 Body Problem. The streaming giant announced the news last year, with some exciting first-looks of Eiza González, John Bradley, Sea Shimooka, Benedict Wong, and Liam Cunningham. The mini-series has been brought to you by the executive producers of Game of Thrones – David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, and Alexander Woo.
The series is based on the best-selling book series The Three Body Problem, written by Cixin Liu and tells a sprawling, multi-generational story that spans the cosmos.
CES 2024 special peeks
After dropping the much-awaited trailer two days back, Netflix has recently arranged another surprise for fans. A special screening was organised at the 2024 International CES, which began from January 9 and will end on January 12 in Las Vegas. The special screening gave some epic glimpses from 3 Body Problem, with exciting scientific activities and evolutions.
Fans are seemed super excited to watch the series. While one said, “My whole body felt like it was immersed in the headset”, another said, “You could even feel that some of the temperature changes in there”. Another shared, “The rehydrating of the bodies was crazy. I have never seen something like that. And you know what? I feel like I'm fully sold.”
3 Body Problem story
During the chaotic time in China called the Cultural Revolution, some hidden soldiers were shooting messages out to space like whispers in the dark, hoping to find friendly aliens. On another planet far away called Trisolaris, things were bad, really bad. Their world was about to break, and when they heard the Earth whispers, they decided to come visit, but not as friends. Ye Wenjie, a smart scientist who lost everything in the revolution, ended up working at a secret base called Red Coast, and guess what? She was the one who talked to Trisolaris.
About CES 2024
CES aka Consumer Electronics Show. Every year, in January, this giant tech party takes place in Las Vegas. It's like a showcase for all the coolest and newest gadgets and gizmos from companies around the world. Think of it as a giant science fair for grown-ups, where everyone gets to show off their latest inventions and discoveries in the tech world. So if you're curious about what's coming up next in TVs, phones, robots, and all sorts of other tech stuff, CES is the place to be.