‘Dune: The Sisterhood’: ‘Chernobyl’ actress joins spin-off series



According to Deadline, Emily Watson (‘Chernobyl’) has joined the cast of ‘Dune: The Sisterhood’ (Dune: The Sisterhood), a series based on the acclaimed adaptation of ‘Dune’, by Denis Villeneuve.

Shirley Henderson (“Harry Potter”) has also been confirmed in production.

The actresses will portray the fearsome Harkonnen Sisters, who rose to power in the Sisterhood, a secret organization of women who became Bene Gesserit.

Johan Renck, a well-known music video director who has worked with Madonna, Beyoncé and David Bowie, will direct the first two episodes.

The spin-off will take place 10,000 years BEFORE the first film, released in 2021.

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“Set 10,000 years before the events of ‘Dune,’ the plot will follow the Harkonnen sisters as they confront forces that threaten the future of humanity, creating the legendary sect known as the Bene Gesserit. “

In an interview with The Playlist, screenwriter Jon Spaihts gave an update on the project.

“We are still working on the series and I am not allowed to say too much. Despite the delay, the project is still alive. I ended up being transferred to work, not only on the 2nd part of “Dune “, but also to explore other cinematic perspectives in the universe of the franchise.

He added, indicating that there is more than one derivative in the pipeline:

“We’re still figuring out what those other projects are, and again, I’m not allowed to say too much about that. But ‘Dune’ is a very rich universe, a universe in which there are many creative possibilities that can branch out in many directions.

As of now, there is still no prediction for the debut of the derivative.

Remember that the first film, which already has a confirmed sequel, is available in the HBO Max catalog!

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