As HBO Max’s “Dune” prequel collection rounds out its solid and strikes into manufacturing, the collection is now down one chief. WarnerMedia confirms that collection creator and author Diane Ademu-John has stepped down from her position as co-showrunner on “Dune: The Sisterhood.”
Ademu-John will stay connected to the collection as an govt producer, whereas Alison Schapker will now function the only showrunner on the manufacturing. Schapker additionally serves an govt producer, together with Johan Renck, who will direct the primary episode of the collection.
In keeping with Renck’s Instagram, filming on “Dune: The Sisterhood” started in Budapest on Tuesday.
Denis Villeneuve, Jon Spaihts, Scott Z. Burns, Matthew King, John Cameron and Cait Collins additionally govt produce with Brian Herbert, Byron Merritt and Kim Herbert for the Frank Herbert property. Villeneuve directed the 2021 adaptation “Dune,” which was nominated for six Academy Awards. A sequel, “Dune: Half Two,” is on the best way, with a theatrical launch set for Nov. 3, 2023.
Selection completely reported that Ademu-John had joined the collection as creator, co-showrunner, and govt producer in July 2021.
Tailored from the novel “Sisterhood of Dune” by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, “The Sisterhood” is ready roughly 10,000 years earlier than the occasions of the characteristic “Dune.” The collection stars Emily Watson and Shirley Henderson, alongside a solid that features Indira Varma, Travis Fimmel, Sarah-Sofie Boussnina, Shalom Brune-Franklin, Faoileann Cunningham, Aoife Hinds and Chloe Lea.
“Dune: The Sisterhood” comes from HBO Max and Legendary Tv. The collection is predicted to debut in Nov. 2023.
Deadline was first to report information