After a break to attend FanX last month, the Dune Talk team have returned with a packed show—lots of movie and TV news! The big story is HBO Max’s Dune: The Sisterhood, with principal cast members announced and production set to commence next month. We discuss, could this TV series be even more important for Dune, than the movies?
Meanwhile, filming of Dune: Part Two is still in full-swing. Garin, Johnny, Marcus, and Simon break down all of the latest production updates and react to the movie’s second release date change.
Dune Talk: Episode 41 – Dune: The Sisterhood Casting News
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- Dune: Part Two has completed roughly 12 weeks of production in Hungary, with multiple cast members—Florence Pugh and Charlotte Rampling amongst them—confirming that they’ve wrapped their scenes. Filming now continues in the deserts of Jordan and the United Arab Emirates.
- The release date of Dune: Part Two has been moved forward two weeks. The movie is now scheduled to premiere in theaters on November 3, 2023.
- Dune: The Sisterhood has found its leads in Emily Watson and Shirley Henderson. They’re playing the Harkonnen sisters, Valya and Tula, who will play a major role in forming the Bene Gesserit order.
- In addition to the casting of another major role—Indira Varma will portray Empress Natalya—we’ve received confirmation that filming of Dune: The Sisterhood begins November 2022 in Budapest, Hungary.
- Marcus Gabriel | @DuneNewsNet
- Garin Granata | @DuneCompanion
- Johnny Sobczak | @JohnnySobczak
- Simon Daoudi | @sdaoudi