Soon a series of Dungeons & Dragons

Dear gamer friends, now is the time to get your dice out and start polishing them. Or maybe not. If Dungeons & Dragons is set to make its comeback, this time it will be in the form of a series written in collaboration with the writer of John Wick.

Born in the 1970s, Dungeons & Dragons was one of the first tabletop role-playing games. Rich and technical, it enjoyed overwhelming success over the following decades, before starting to lose its luster in the 2000s.

Soon A Series Of Dungeons Dragons
Photo by Corina Rainer – Unsplash

However, he still has many fans around the world and Hollywood seems to want to capitalize on this great popularity.

Dungeons & Dragons back soon … in series

According to the Hollywood Reporter , Hasbro and eOne are indeed working on a new serial project around the world of D&D. Developed in parallel with a film featuring Chris Pine, the latter should normally have a link with the latter.

At least that's what we suppose. In fact, we still do not know anything about the history of this series. On the other hand, it seems that its screenwriter has already been chosen. If we are to believe the information of our colleagues, then the choice of the production would have fallen on Derek Kolstad, in particular known for having lent his pen to all John Wicks.

A story signed by the writer of John Wick

Coming back to D&D, it must be remembered that this is not the first time that the license has been brought to the screen. In fact, she even got three films: Dungeons and Dragons by Courtney Solomon in 2000, Dungeons and Dragons the supreme power of Gerry Lively in 2005 and Dungeons and Dragons 3 the book of darkness from the same director in 2012.

As for television, it still saw the arrival in the early 80s of an animated series by John Gibbs, The Smile of the Dragon.

Series which does not however seem to have marked the history of television. We therefore hope that this new adaptation will have a little more success.

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Dear gamer friends, now is the time to get your dice out and start polishing them. Or maybe not. If Dungeons & Dragons is set to make its comeback, this time it will be in the form of a series written in collaboration with the writer of John Wick.

Born in the 1970s, Dungeons & Dragons was one of the first tabletop role-playing games. Rich and technical, it enjoyed overwhelming success over the following decades, before starting to lose its luster in the 2000s.

Soon A Series Of Dungeons Dragons
Photo by Corina Rainer – Unsplash

However, he still has many fans around the world and Hollywood seems to want to capitalize on this great popularity.

Dungeons & Dragons back soon … in series

According to the Hollywood Reporter , Hasbro and eOne are indeed working on a new serial project around the world of D&D. Developed in parallel with a film featuring Chris Pine, the latter should normally have a link with the latter.

At least that's what we suppose. In fact, we still do not know anything about the history of this series. On the other hand, it seems that its screenwriter has already been chosen. If we are to believe the information of our colleagues, then the choice of the production would have fallen on Derek Kolstad, in particular known for having lent his pen to all John Wicks.

A story signed by the writer of John Wick

Coming back to D&D, it must be remembered that this is not the first time that the license has been brought to the screen. In fact, she even got three films: Dungeons and Dragons by Courtney Solomon in 2000, Dungeons and Dragons the supreme power of Gerry Lively in 2005 and Dungeons and Dragons 3 the book of darkness from the same director in 2012.

As for television, it still saw the arrival in the early 80s of an animated series by John Gibbs, The Smile of the Dragon.

Series which does not however seem to have marked the history of television. We therefore hope that this new adaptation will have a little more success.

1 Shares
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