Dune Trailer, HBO Max: Warner Bros. published on Thursday a new Denis Villeneuve teaser showing the embryonic savior of the Galaxy and Messiah of the Fremen, Timothée Chalamet. Look. It’s complex dune.
But the teaser starts with Zendaya’s lines Chani, who comes from Fremen’s downtrodden and disgraced tribes and Paul’s ultimate true love before going to all the fireworks and sword fighting you could anticipate from the spatial epic that inspired every spatial epic.
Paul’s supporters are rounded up by the Rebecca Ferguson as his mother, Lady Jessica, Oscar Isaac as his aristocratic dadre, Duke Leto, and numerous retainers of Atreides, including Josh Brolin and Jason Momoa as Duncan Idaho and Gurney Halleck.
But the new video provides us a better glimpse at Dune’s villagers, in particular Stellan Skaresgård as Baron Vladimir Harkonnen, a guy who has failed to go and is so morally bankrupt, choosing for levitating bands that he can only swim around like a terrible ballon. Dave Bautista, the monstrous Glossu Rabban and David Dastmalchian’s conniving Piter de Vries are among Harkonnen’s friends.
The film is inspired on Frank Herbert’s classic science fiction novel, and stars Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Stellan Skarsgård, Zendaya, Jason Momoa, Josh Brolin, Dave Bautista, and Javier Bardem in the film’s ridiculously packaged casts.
Dune will premier on HBO Max on October 22, 2021, originally scheduled for a December 2020 release.
Dune Actor Timothee Chalamet Claimed He Innitially Did Not Like His Role
Due to the failure of Timothee Chalamet to make Paul Atreides, Denis Villeneuve said “Dune” may not have happened.
The 53-year-old director’s adaptation of the sci-fi classic of Frank Herbert shows that the 25-year-old actor is the main figure and the director has stated that when it comes to cast another actor like a character, he does not have a “Plan B.”
Denis spread to Total Film: “We said ‘It’s Timothee [Chalamet].’ We haven’t got a Plan B. I don’t know, honestly, what I would have done if he had said no. There might not be “Dune,” perhaps.”
Meanwhile, Eric Roth, co-author, reportedly said the next film is “amazing.”
The 76-year-old screenwriter participated to the film and found the project to be “amazing” via experience with an ensemble cast which includes Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, Zendaya, Jason Momoa and Dave Bautista.
Eric said: “(Dune’s work was fantastic. I was working on ‘Arrival’ for Denis, and we became soulmates of some type. And so when Dune arrived, he asked me if I would come closer to it.
“And I accomplished it, and I wrote Eric Roth’s great, complete and overdone draught, which I had wonderful stuff. That had to be trimmed and corralled, honestly, and Denis did some of it, and then they came in a writer named Jon Spaiths, who is a great writer, who kept it grounds, I think.
“But it’s rather fantastic, I believe. He’s his own visionary, Denis.”
Eric also verified the fact that ‘Dune’ – adapted by David Lynch in 1984 for the big screen – was solely inspired by Herbert’s first half of the book.
He said: “It’s completely the first half. Yeah. I didn’t know when we started, so I think I adapted a little more than the first half and started going into the second half of the book. But I’ve seen the film, it’s pretty much the first half.”
Based on the second part of the novel, Roth wrote a ‘treatment’, but he’s keen to continue with more ideas in future.