Denis Villeneuve’s Dune:
The most anticipated movie of this year is Dune. This movie is a dream project of Denis Villeneuve and he wanted to make this movie for a long time. This movie has been adapted from the novel Frank Herbert’s Dune. Many great directors have already tried to adapt this all-time great sci-fi novel but have failed miserably. Denis Villeneuve did not want to rush through the project and hats why he took his time. Like his last movie came in 2017. It’s been 4 years.
If you don’t know who Denis Villeneuve is, you should start watching his movie. He is a lover of cinema. His movies are the purest form of this art present in Hollywood nowadays. Let me introduced them to his movies. He made his name by his third movie, Polytechnique. Then in 2010, he made Incendies, which I think is his best movie by far. Then in 2013, he released two movies, and both of the movies were praised by the critics and now have a cult following. Those two movies are Prisoners and Enemy. Then he released his Sicario in 2015, then Arrival in 2016, and Blade Runner 2049 in 2017.
Denis Villeneuve’s Dune: The Cast
Of course, the cast of the movie was supposed to be great. Many great actors have joined this project and made the dream of Denis Villeneuve come true. The cast includes Dave Bautista, Josh Brolin, Rebecca Ferguson, Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya with Jason Momoa, and many more.
Denis Villeneuve’s Dune: Premier
There is good news for Denis Villeneuve. His film Dune has been selected to be premiered at Venice Film Festival in September at well, Venice. It’s the costliest movie for Denis Villeneuve. And this is going to be Trilogy so, this part has to work. Although, Warner Brothers is releasing the movie on their streaming platform the same day they are releasing this in theatres and that’s why Denis Villeneuve is angry at the studio.
Denis Villeneuve’s Dune: Release Date
The release date for the movie is October 1, 2021, in the United States. I have mentioned the United States because it will already be screen in Venice one month before in September.
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