How ‘Bigger Than Texas’ Will Bigelow Expand on ‘The Martian’

The sequel to “The Martian” is on the way, and the latest trailer features the titular character exploring a vast alien world.

As we saw in the trailer, the land of Mars is actually bigger than Texas.

According to “Bigger than Texas,” a new novel by Alex Garland, this planet will be a massive home to the “biggest, boldest, and most ambitious Martian civilization.”

“We will see that there’s a lot of energy and a lot more people, a lot going on than we can even imagine,” Garland says in the new trailer.

“We are in a big place.

We are not in Texas anymore.

We have this vast, beautiful world, and we’re going to go look at it.”

Garland is also talking about the possibility of filming scenes on Mars’ surface.

“There is so much life, there are so many life forms,” he says.

“I’m a big believer that when you’re in space, you can’t have a life form without water, and so there’s life there, and you can have water, but you can never have life without oxygen, and oxygen is not abundant in the Martian atmosphere.

So there’s all these big life forms and there are all these tiny life forms, and all of a sudden, life starts to flourish.”

The new novel also looks at the origins of the Martian colony, which is set in “Mars, a world where people are living off the land.”

Garland says he plans to tell the story of the people and how they made their way to the surface of Mars.

“This is something that I have been wanting to do for a very long time,” Garland tells EW.

“And this is something I’ve wanted to do since I was a kid.

I’ve always been interested in stories of people making the journey to the moon.

But there are people in this book that really do go there.

And so it’s just really exciting to see that.”

The book will be published by Bloomsbury on June 2, and it’s expected to be followed by a sequel by Garland.