Dungeons & Dragons: A Thief’s Honor is in theaters right now. Unfortunately, despite the positive feedback from viewers, the film is not a box office hit. He had a huge budget. At a cost of $150 million (excluding marketing budget), the film has grossed $128.4 million worldwide to date. So the question arises: what about the series “Dungeons & Dragons” announced some time ago.
Will there be a Dungeons & Dragons series?
Concerned D&D fans can be reassured: the project is still being developed. And we just learned the name of its showrunner. The position was taken over by Drew Crevello.
This character is not very well known to viewers so far. For some time he worked for 20th Century Fox, where he was associated with such projects as “X-Men: First Class” and “Deadpool”. After the acquisition of the studio by Disney, he decided to pursue more creative work.
His first series as showrunner was the AppleTV+ production “WeCrashed: Startup Collapse”.
What do we know about the TV series “Dungeons & Dragons”?
The series title and plot details are currently being kept under wraps. It is known, however, that it will be a live-action series.
The project is being developed for the Paramount+ platform. The first season will have eight episodes.
Rawson Marshall Thurber is the author of the script and director of the pilot, who got the job after his film “Red Note” broke the records of viewership on the Netflix platform.