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HBO Max’s Dune TV series loses showrunner to the Dune movie sequel

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Dune: The Sisterhood is down one showrunner.

Jon Spaihts, who was set to helm the HBO Max adaptation, has stepped down from the showrunner position so as to concentrate on the sequel to the upcoming movie adaptation of Dune. The tv present was supposed to be a female-focused tackle Frank Hubert’s sci-fi novel, diving into the Bene Gesserit, a mysterious order of girls.

With Spaihts focusing as an alternative on the upcoming movie sequel, WarnerMedia is trying to find a successor.

The upcoming 2020 movie — which is penned by Spaihts and Denis Villeneuve — boasts a formidable solid, together with however not restricted to: Jason Momoa, Timothee Chalamet, Stellan Skarsgard, Zendaya, Javier Bardem, Rebecca Ferguson, and Oscar Isaac. Dune will adapt Frank Hubert’s novel, a sweeping sci-fi epic a couple of feudal house society managed by noble homes. Think Game of Thrones…however in SPACE.

HBO Max, in the meantime, is gearing up for a May 2020 launch, stuffed with unique and licensed content material.

Dune (the movie, not the HBO Max present) is about to launch in theaters on Nov. 20, 2020.

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