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Fallout Trailer Showcases the Many Faces of Walton Goggins



The newest trailer for Prime Video’s Fallout doesn’t reveal all the secrets of the upcoming video game adaptation, but it does put the spotlight on Walton Goggins, who plays one of the survivors of an apocalypse that left some people (“vault dwellers”) safe beneath the surface of the earth, while the rest of humanity… didn’t fare so well.

Based on the games from Bethesda Game Studios, the series adaptation of Fallout was created by Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Graham Wagner, with executive producer Jonathan Nolan (Westworld) directing the first three episodes. Aside from Goggins, the series also features Walton Goggins, Ella Purnell, Aaron Moten, Kyle MacLachlan, Johnny Pemberton, Sarita Choudhury, Michael Emerson, Leslie Uggams, Chris Parnell, Zach Cherry, and Dale Dickey as the older woman who refers to vault dwellers like Ella Purnell’s Lucy as “dipshits.”

During a press conference on Wednesday, March 6th to preview the trailer release, Goggins previewed his role in the series — the man he was before and after the inferno that destroyed the world:

“The Ghoul is, in some ways, the poet Virgil in Dante’s Inferno. He’s the guide, if you will, through this irradiated hellscape that we find ourselves in in this post-apocalyptic world. He is a bounty hunter, an iconic bounty hunter. He is pragmatic, he is ruthless, he has his own set of moral codes, and he has a wicked sense of humor. Much like me. [Laughs]

“No, he’s a very, very, very complicated guy, and to understand him, you have to understand the person that he was before the war. He had a name. His name was Cooper Howard, and he was a vastly different person than the ghoul that you’ve seen so far. Over the course of the show, through his experience back in the world before the nuclear fallout, you will understand how the world was. And he is the bridge between both these worlds.”

All episodes of Fallout Season 1 will debut on April 11th (if you aren’t already a subscriber of Prime Video, you can sign up here). Watch the new trailer below, and also check out all of Consequence’s most anticipated TV series of 2024.



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