Oct 03, 2011 02:57 PM EST

Universal Soldier and Adjustment Bureau Coming to Small Screen

Universal Soldier and Adjustment Bureau Coming to Small Screen
"The Adjustment Bureau" and "Universal Soldier", both sci-fi films, will be transformed into two new TV series.

"The Adjustment Bureau", which starred Matt Damon, will be airing on Syfy. The film featured Damon as a politician who finds his new relationship with a dancer (Emily Blunt) interrupted by the Adjustment Bureau. They are a secret organization who uses their powers to make people live the lives the Bureau wants, taking away free will. Darren Swimmer and Todd Slavkin will be writing the script.

"Universal Solider" was released in 1992 and starred Jean Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren. It followed the story of two Vietnam War soldiers who kill each other only to be reanimated by the Army in a secret project. The show will be written by Damian Kindler, writer "Stargate" and "Sanctuary" fame.

Source: adjustment bureau, universal soldier, syfy
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