Director Johan Renck is critically acclaimed for his work on “Chernobyl”. The director won two Emmys for her work in this, one as an executive producer and one for best directing for a limited series. And now he will be directing the first two episodes of HBO Max conf the director for their upcoming Dune prequel series.
Johan Renck To Direct The First Two Episodes Of “Dune” prequel
HBO max has shared very exciting news for all the “Dune” fans out there. They are bringing director Johan Renck on board. He is going to direct the first two episodes of the “Dune” prequel.
Renck will also be the executive producer of the show titled “Dune: the sisterhood”. In the beginning, “Dune” director and co-writer Danis Villeneuve was going to direct the pilot episode of “Dune: the sisterhood” but he left the project as he was very busy working on the “Dune” sequel.
Renck is famous for his work in shows like “Vikings”, “Bloodline,” “Breaking Bad,” “The Walking Dead,” and “Halt and Catch Fire.”
He is also an amazing music director on top of that. He has directed music videos for David Bowie, Black Bear Pictures, Casarotto Ramsay, and attorney Warren Dern.
“Dune: The Sisterhood”- Everything You Should Know
The show is set ten thousand years prior to the Dune story. It is about the Harkonnen sisters as they fight the forces that threaten the future of humankind. They established the sect known as Bene Gesserit.
HBO max and Legendary Television are producing the show. Legendary Television is also producing the new Dune films. Variety magazine has reported that Diane Ademu-John will be the writer, the showrunner, and the executive producer of “Dune: The Sisterhood.”
The fans are eagerly waiting for “Dune: The Sisterhood”. Let’s see if Renck does justice to the first two episodes of it.