On this week’s Dune Talk, we discuss ongoing labor union strikes in Hollywood and rumors that these may result in Dune: Part Two being pushed back to 2024. What are the most likely scenarios and what would a release date change mean for the movie’s success? Plus, Johnny, Marcus, and Simon elaborate on long-awaited news for Dune: The Sisterhood and why the TV show’s production is moving forward.
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Key Dune news stories covered on this show:
Warner Bros. is reportedly considering a release date change for Dune: Part Two, in light of the ongoing SAG-AFTRA and WGA work stoppages. This may result in the movie being pushed back to Spring 2024.
Following an extended hiatus, Dune: The Sisterhood is set to resume production in August, with Anna Foerster stepping in as director—for multiple episodes, including the premiere—and several changes among its cast.
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