‘Oceanus’ limited series in the works amid DUST success

In just one week since the April 18 release of Oceanus: Act One on Gunpowder & Sky’s sci-fi streaming channel DUST,  the underwater adventure has acquired more than 800,000 views on Youtube and Facebook combined. 

The 30-minute short, produced in 2015, has already been crowned the top film on DUST as likes, views, and comments continue to climb.

The cast is superb! The acting is impeccable! The premise is intriguing, exciting and mysterious! The effects create a beautifully believable advanced underwater setting that draws the viewer in and refuses to let go! Please continue this incredible journey. So many questions are demanding to be answered!
– Guy Colston (YouTube)

For as long as I can remember, I have been a fan of science and Science Fiction. Growing up in the 70s, I also loved watching Jacques Cousteau and almost anything to do with our Oceans. I have gone on to work most of my adult life as a diver. To see a project that can so seamlessly meld all of those passions into one stunning movie like Oceanus is something very rare. In just a short 30 minute video I was drawn to these characters and their underwater world. I hope we get to see more of Oceanus in the future. 
– John Avery (Facebook)

Amid the film’s explosive success, FutureDude Entertainment is in talks with both Gunpowder & Sky and the original cast of Oceanus to continue the saga as a limited series called Oceanus: Odyssey One

“We’re dusting off the old scripts and making plans,” FutureDude Founder and Oceanus Writer/Director Jeffrey Morris said. 

View a teaser for the upcoming web series below:

While the series moves through development, watch the short film Oceanus: Act One here and stay tuned for a new website on all things Oceanus coming soon. 

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