After several postponements, Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune” film has finally started in the cinemas. And although the Canadian director has not yet had the green light for the filming of the rest of the novel, one thing is already certain: it will be one Series continuation give.
This is to run under the title “Dune: The Sisterhood” on Warner streaming service HBO Max and currently unspecified events from the great “Dune” canon from the perspective of the eponymous Well done dedicate. The sisters of the cultic community, also decried as “witches”, have only one goal in Frank Herbert’s SciFi universe: By deliberately crossing aristocratic bloodlines, a messianic superman, who Kwisatz Hadarach be created. In Villeneuve’s film, the sect appears most prominently in the person of the superior Gaia’s Hellen Mohiam (Hollywood legend Charlotte Rampling). The strict master of the Bene Gesserit subjects the young Paul Atreides to a life-threatening test in an intense scene.
Where will “Dune: The Sisterhood” be seen?
In terms of content, however, not much is known about the series spin-off for the new “Dune” film adaptation. The fact that the series will run on Warner’s own streaming service HBO Max also leaves it unclear for the German audience where the format currently in production will be shown in this country. After all, Germany will be spared the upcoming European expansion of the streaming service for licensing reasons: Since the pay TV provider has secured the rights to the top HBO formats for the long term, it remains questionable whether the service will even be available in Germany before 2025 Has a chance of a market launch. However, it would be quite conceivable that Sky could again tap into a streaming release of the Warner group with “Dune: The Sisterhood” that is running elsewhere on HBO Max.
Meanwhile, it is already clear that “Dune” director Denis Villeneuve will direct the pilot episode of the series spin-off to ensure a harmonious transition from film and streaming format.
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