Tom Swift Teaser: If you can "dream" it, they may make it happen

Tom Swift Teaser: If you can "dream" it, they may make it happen

It''s difficult to believe but it''s true. In eight days, The CW''sTian Richards & Ashleigh Murray, which stars in the "Nancy Drew" spinoff series, will launch cinemas. So, we have a fresh teaser that highlights Swift''s core values. If he can "Dream," he''ll do it.

With the spinoff series starting on Tuesday, May 31, here''s a look at the CW''s latest teaser and trailer.

Tom Swift, a devilishly charming inventor with unlimited resources and unimaginable wealth, is a man who many men would kill to be, or be with a man with the world in his hands. But that world, once again, is shaken to its core after his father''s disappearance, unleashing Tom into a mysterious plot and unplained consequences. On his quest to uncover the truth, Tom finds himself striving to stay one step ahead of an Illuminati-scale cabal hellbent

With his vast intellect, his roguish wit, and an endless supply of designer shoes, Tom will also depend on his closest companions: his best friend Zenzi (Marquise Vilson) who unabashed and unvarnished candor keeps Tom grounded while she forges a path for herself as a business visionary; his bodyguard Isaac (voiced by LeVar Burton) who has always been a constant collaborator.

Tom''s relationship with his mother Lorraine (April Parker Jones) becomes conflicted as she urges him to take his father''s place in elite Black society. However, Tom''s journey is governed by hidden motivations and undisputed mutual chemistry. While Tom navigates these emotionally charged dynamics, his efforts will require his skill and desire to be involved in collaboration, while also navigating the mysteries of the universe.

Tian Richards, Ashleigh Murray, April Parker Jones, and Albert Mwangi star in the CW''s production of CBS Studios in collaboration with Fake Empire, with Melinda Hsu Taylor, Noga Landau, and Cameron Johnson, respectively. The series, which was created by Stratemeyer Syndicate, is inspired by the "Tom Swift" book series, which also includes the "Hardy Boys," and "Bobbsey Twins."

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