Warner Bros. Pictures has released the official trailer for Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune: Part Two” starring Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, Austin Butler, Florence Pugh, Dave Bautista, Christopher Walken, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Léa Seydoux, Stellan Skarsgård, Charlotte Rampling & Javier Bardem. The film will be released in theaters on November 3rd.
Plot Synopsis: The film will explore the continuing journey of Paul Atreides who is united with Chani and the Fremen. As he seeks revenge against the conspirators who destroyed his family, he endeavors to prevent a terrible future that only he can predict.
What do you all think of the trailer?
I was a massive fan of “Dune: Part One.” Denis Villeneuve did the near impossible by bringing Frank Herbert’s influential sci-fi novel finally to the bring screen respectably and thrillingly. The sets, costumes, music, soundscape, visual effects, literally everything I could ever want to fulfill that desire for another “Lord of the Rings” or “Game of Thrones” in my life was given by the first half of this epic project. And now, with the trailer for “Dune: Part Two,” it’s time to head back to Arrakis and conclude the story (unless Denis Villeneuve decides also to adapt “Dune: Messiah,” but we’re not quite there yet). Those familiar with the novel know how huge this will be, and Villeneuve knows this too. This is a stunning trailer as it highlights everything we loved about the first film while showing off new characters played by Florence Pugh and Austin Butler (No Christopher Walken, though). Hearing Hans Zimmer’s now iconic score over all of it made me more excited than ever as we watched Paul ride a sandworm for the first time and become the leader he was born to be to the Fremen. Considering the first film was nominated for ten Academy Awards and won six, the Academy should be put on notice for not including Denis Villeneuve in their Best Director lineup that year. Considering everything from the first film is transferring over with increased scope and more dazzling set pieces, it would be one of the biggest Oscar snubs in Academy history if they fail to recognize him again. What do you all think, though? Please let us know your thoughts in the comments section below or our Twitter account.