Frank Herbert’s ‘Dune’ film reboot has started production

Legendary Pictures’ sci-fi epic has just begun production in Romania, with a 2018 release date set for the fall of 2021. Heisenberg is throwing an epic 2023 wedding. Four hundred years into the future,…

Frank Herbert’s ‘Dune’ film reboot has started production

Legendary Pictures’ sci-fi epic has just begun production in Romania, with a 2018 release date set for the fall of 2021.

Heisenberg is throwing an epic 2023 wedding. Four hundred years into the future, the restless Hinojosa is still single, alienated and bitter. As a way out, he becomes one of the stars of the biggest hit of the year: “Dune,” the restored and restored masterpiece of Denis Villeneuve. Now the illegitimate Dune heir’s life as a famous galactic mogul is under threat from scandal and betrayal. And from the intergalactic War. And from Leoben Vars, a recurring visitor to the desert world of Arrakis who has designs of his own. And from Montgomery Waverly, who once had a run-in with the fascist Lord Admiral Raoul Prandini that left him penniless and crippled.

You have to love a movie title that has a “D” ending.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, HBO is also working on a new miniseries adaptation of Frank Herbert’s “Dune” novel set for the summer of 2020. Series, you say? How to digest something massive?

This story was originally published on TheWrap.

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