On this week’s Dune Talk show we explore the movie’s mystical musical score, composed by Hans Zimmer, and discuss the confirmed runtime of Dune: Part One—also touching on related comments from Jason Momoa. And finally, there’s exciting official news about the upcoming TV series! We cover everything we know, so far, about Dune: The Sisterhood.
That’s not all… Garin, Marcus, and Simon review the newly-released ‘Dune: Blood of the Sardaukar‘ comic book and get into Dune: Betrayal, a brand-new social deduction game coming out this October. Join us on this journey through everything happening in the universe of Dune.
This podcast (63 minutes) is available below in both video and audio formats. Enjoy and spread the word to fellow Dune fans!
Dune Talk: Episode 4 – Ripples in the Sand
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These are the news stories covered in the ‘Dune Movie News’, ‘Dune TV News’, and ‘Duniverse’ segments of this show:
- Three movie soundtracks will be released by WaterTower Music, featuring Hans Zimmer’s music from, and inspired by, the film’s score. The composers new single Dune: Paul’s Dream is available now, including two full tracks.
- The final runtime of Dune: Part One is confirmed as 2 hours and 35 Minutes, making it the longest movie to be released in theaters by Warner Bros. Pictures or Legendary Entertainment since 2014.
We also address Jason Momoa’s recent interview, where he expresses his desire to watch a theoretical extended 4-6 hour cut of the movie.
- After an extended period of silence, we have news regarding the Dune TV series: Diane Ademu-John is the new show-runner for Dune: The Sisterhood.
- We expand on our review of the Dune: Blood of the Sardaukar comic book, a standalone story that ties into the events of the original, published by BOOM! Studios.
You can read the first five pages and find a link to the original short story that this is based on, as part of the earlier preview. The original pages, that Simon described on this episode, can be found on Adam Gorham’s Inky Knuckles page.
- Gale Force Nince has revealed a first Look at Dune: Betrayal, a new social deduction game for 4-8 players, coming out this October.
Finally, we announced the two winners of last show’s Dune IMAX poster giveaway. Congratulations to Isabella Alves and Simon Knudsen!
On this episode:
- Marcus Gabriel | @DuneNewsNet
- Simon Daoudi | @sdaoudi
- Garin Granata | @DuneCompanion
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Special thanks goes out to Ashton GIeckman for music and Sheldon Lee for voice overs.