LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Actor Nick McLoughlin ("Hello, I'm Famous") is dumping his goody-two-shoes image for a more sinister one for the upcoming science fiction TV series “Dmacina” from filmmaker Alex Pucci ("Camp Slaughter").
The New Zealand native is on board the new futuristic yarn that takes aim at the potential impact of artificial intelligence on our every day lives.
“I’m extremely grateful to be a part of this amazing series, spearheaded by Mr. Alex Pucci,” McLoughlin said. “I’ve always had a fascination for science fictions complex characters that demand a lot from you and take you to a place that challenge you as an artist”
McLoughlin portrays Cameron, the founder of Dmacina, a company that builds life-like robots that are meant to serve humans to eliminate people’s propensity for aggression and violence. However Cameron’s business partner Nathan (Jeremy Sless) discovers a dark secret about the androids’; and in turn puts the partnership and the fate of the human race in the balance.
The Series is the newest for Pucci who is known for such films as “Violence of the Mind,” (2013), “Indiscretion” (2013), “Frat House Massacre,” (2008) and many others.
“After the extensive audition process, we finally found the perfect choice for the leading role of the founder in Nick,” Pucci said. “I’m excited to see what he can bring to the franchise and some preliminary filming has already proved our investment in him is an invaluable one! Here’s to ‘Dmacina.’”
McLoughlin comes to the series after completing leading roles in the drama “Comfort” directed by two-time Academy Award Nominee, Stephane Ceretti, the award winning comedy “A Stephen Corwin Rockumentary” (If you’re a fan of Steve Irwin, check this one out) & upcoming thriller “WTF” from director Peter Herro (“O Come All Ye Faithful”).