Raymond Weill is excited to finally debut his new Netflix series The End, which has been in development for over three years.
In the series, Raymond, who has been diagnosed with ALS and a brain tumor, has the opportunity to work on a novel.
He’s also going to go on a mission to a remote location to see how much humanity is capable of and how far we can go.
“It’s the first time that I’ve done a project where I didn’t have any money,” he told Entertainment Weekly.
“It was an insane amount of work, but I’m not giving up.”
Weill said that his decision to film the series with director Daniel Gross (Frozen, The Secret Life of Pets) was motivated by his hope to raise awareness about the disease.
He also said that he wanted to take the series into the future.
“I’m going to see if I can make it a reality,” he said.
“I’m not a very long-term filmmaker.
I want to take this project and do something with it in the future.”
Raymond Weill also teased that the series will be a unique experience.
“When it comes to the science and how the world works, the human condition is a fascinating story,” he added.
“The end of the world could be in the books.”