Thanks to ComingSoon.net for pointing us towards "The Triangle," which is a 6-hour Sci-Fi Channel Miniseries that’ll hit the airwaves on December 5th, and it’ll be sporting some pretty familiar names in the production department. Namely, Dean Devlin, Bryan Singer, and Rockne S. O’Bannon. And, true to mini-series form, the thing’s got a colorful cast. (And yes, it’s a thriller about The Bermuda Triangle.)
Eric Stoltz, Catherine Bell, Michael Rodgers, Bruce Davison, Lou Diamond Phillips and Sam Neill will star in "The Triangle," which was written by O’Bannon from a story by Devlin and Singer. Frequent Stephen King adapter Craig Baxley is directing.
"Set against the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle, the series focuses on a disparate group of professionals, brought together to investigate the dangerous truths behind one of the greatest legends of our time. In The Triangle, billionaire Eric Benirall (Neill) is losing his cargo ships, and their crews, at a frightening pace-and now, he wants answers. His bemused, handpicked team of subject-specific experts include lead skeptic and tabloid journalist Howard Thomas (Stoltz), ocean resource engineer Emily Patterson (Bell), scientist/adventurer Bruce Gellar (Rodgers) and psychic Stan Latham (Davison). Pulled together with the promise of unlimited funding for their research and the chance for once-in-a-lifetime riches, the team sets out to solve this most daunting of anomalies.
When a jetliner disappears over the Triangle, bizarre, unexplainable occurrences begin to affect each member of Benirall’s team. When the government takes an alarming interest in their work, our crew is drawn into something far more dangerous than they had believed possible. A research expedition with the promise of riches soon becomes a frantic, head-turning ride through the unstoppable force that is The Triangle."