Missing’s Josh Holloway is set to star in JJ Abrams’ forthcoming HBO Max arrangement Duster. Holloway featured as James “Sawyer” Ford, the arrogant ex-con-turned-hero on the hugely fruitful ABC arrangement Lost for six seasons. The hit science fiction dramatization show debuted in 2004 and recounted the account of a gathering of survivors after crash-arriving on a strange island. Made by JJ Abrams alongside Jeffrey Lieber and Damon Lindelof, Lost finished in 2010 with a disruptive arrangement finale following long periods of fan hypotheses and theories.
Presently longer than 10 years after the Lost arrangement finale circulated, Holloway is re-cooperating with Abrams for the forthcoming HBO Max arrangement Duster. As per The Illuminerdi, Holloway will star in the forthcoming arrangement, which is set during the 1970s Southwest and will base on “a gutsy escape driver for a developing criminal organization, who goes from dreadful to fiercely, moronically, hazardously horrendous.”
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The arrangement is co-composed by Abrams and The Walking Dead’s LaToya Morgan. Abrams and his creation organization Bad Robot marked a five-year leader manage WarnerMedia back in 2019. As a feature of the arrangement, Abrams is creating three new shows for HBO Max: Overlook, roused by Stephen King’s The Shining, DC’s Justice League Dark, and Duster.
While no other data encompassing the remainder of the cast of Duster has been reported at this point, Lost fans are doubtlessly eager to see Holloway and Abrams collaborating again for a TV arrangement. Holloway, whose exhibition as the rough and mocking Sawyer with the Southern appeal was adored by fans for a very long time, seems like the ideal fit for a 70s escape driver in the Southwest.