Today is a great day for Dune fans. First, they get a new trailer for the long-awaited movie and new visuals, and now there’s a new update for the upcoming HBO Max series. According to Variety, Diane Ademu-John has addressed Dune: the brotherhood, the prequel series to the beloved classic story. The show focuses on the lives of the Bene Gesserit, a mysterious organization of female spies, nuns, scientists, and theologians who have backgrounds in genetic experimentation, galactic political interference, and religious engineering. This already sounds really intriguing, or should it be the right word spicy?

Ademu-John will take on the role of writer, showrunner and executive producer. Jon spaihts had previously been attached to run the series, but resigned in November 2019 to work on the second part of the series. Dune Film (s. Ademu-John was an executive producer and writer for Netflix The curse of Bly Manor, and before that, he worked on shows like Empire on Fox, The originals, Y The vampire diaries on The CW, and Half Y Crossing the Jordan on NBC.


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Denis Villeneuve, Director of Dune, will also direct the pilot of the series. Brian herbert, Byron merritt, Kim herbert, Y Kevin J. Anderson They are also attached to the program as producers. The reboot series and film will be produced by Legendary Television.

Originally, the Dune The movie was supposed to come out last year, but it was delayed like many other movies thanks to the pandemic. But now that things are slowly returning to normal, Dune It will hit theaters on October 22, as well as being available on HBO Max, though it’s unclear when we can expect the second. Dune movie or next series to debut.

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