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Maybe. At the end of the movie Morra is being threatened by Carl Van Loon in an attempt to gain political influence. Van Loon has bought the pharmaceutical firm that makes NZT and has closed the lab that produces it. He thinks this gives him leverage over Morra. In response to the threat Morra claims not to be on NZT. But he also claims that, when you ...


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He needs the train to stop It isn't just to enhance the suspense for the audience. His brain on NZT is formulating an escape plan several steps ahead. He knows he can get to the abandoned line but he can't do that while the train is moving. And, he can't do that without the police seeing instantly where he is going if there is no train at all there. So he ...


5

Ok, so at the end of the Limitess Film, it's true that it appears that Morra was not off NZT and has chosen the path of politician for an undisclosed reason that ultimately sets up the depate of his motives in the sequel TV show, which are not clear and muddied by Agent Sands and the Legion of Whom... But the idea of a "tweaked NZT" was mentioned in some of ...


3

There are not a lot of specifics, but... From Executive Producer Craig Sweeney: Sweeney previously revealed that he has big plans for "Limitless" season 2 but it may not focus on Brian Finch (Jake McDorman) any longer after his big secret was revealed unless there will be drastic changes. "I think that unless something were to change fairly ...


3

So in summary to the original question. (Clearly they screwed up the plot a bit). 1. The movie ends when Morra is running for Senate for the first time and the TV series starts when he is running a second time. So the show occurs 2-6 years after the movie. Under duress, Morra told his former boss Van Loon that he biologically engineered a new strain of NZT ...


2

Several endings were considered for the film. From: http://makeyourbookamovie.com/screenwriter-producer-interview-leslie-dixon-limitless-part-1/560/ : Q: How happy are you with the final film—what we see on the screen? Leslie Dixon: Well, I was in control of the script. I had it in my contract that they couldn’t hire another writer because I ...


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Yes, He did. Confirmation from Executive Producer Craig Sweeny Speaking with IndieWire: “I do write whatever the weirdest thing on procedural TV is at any given moment,” he said when Indiewire spoke with him after the screening. “‘Medium’ was very strange and ‘Elementary’ had some very high-concept episodes as well, so I know how to inject that into a CBS ...


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Episode 11 of the series explicitly shows where the FBI gets the NZT. They purchase it from a pharmaceutical company that operates a high-security pharmacy.


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