Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of Frank Herbert's play, with Timothée Chalamet as the protagonist, opens in theaters on December 18 of this year.
Get ready to travel to Arrakis! Aside from the film about Dune that the filmmaker Denis Villeneuve is preparing (Blade Runner 2049, The Arrival), based on the science fiction work of the same name by Frank Herbert, one of its prequels, The House Atreides (1999), will become comic. Its authors, Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson will adapt the first title of the Prelude to Dune trilogy in 12 issues with Boom! Studios behind. Its launch is scheduled for later this year.
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If Denis Villeneuve's film - with Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson, and Oscar Isaac - will hit theaters on December 18 as a recreation of the first volume of the saga, 1965, the comic book La Casa Atreides de Boom! Studios elapses three decades before. The Harkonnen rule in Arrakis, Pardot Kynes arrives on the desert planet to study the origins of the drug-spice melange, and Duncan Idaho, just eight years old, escapes slavery as the first step in fulfilling his destiny.
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As THR points out, the new format for The House Atreides will be published in coordination with Herbert Properties LLC and Abrams ComicArts, who will adapt Frank Herbert's original fiction into three graphic novels beginning this fall. This mission will also feature Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, with illustrations by Raúl Allén and Patricia Martín and covers by Bill Sienkiewicz. The spice must flow.