The first steps have been taken for the sequel to Dune, one of the most anticipated films of the year directed by successful director Denis Villeneuve.
The first steps were taken for the sequel to Frank Herbert’s 1965 film Dune, based on the 1965 series of the same name.
The sci-fi film Dune, which was normally expected to be released last year, was unfortunately postponed by a year due to the outbreak. The release date will not be postponed again, but Warner Bros’ decision to release the films on the same day on cinema and HBO Max will play a major role in the film’s fate. In particular, the film’s director, Denis Villeneuve, had asked that the decision be overturned, at least only for the Film Dune. It is thought that the film will not achieve the desired gain with this broadcast policy, which will affect the sequel.
There has been no progress on this yet, but Warner Bros is said to be abandoning its decision for Dune. Meanwhile, Eric Roth, one of the film’s co-writers, announced that he was working on the second film. He says Eric Roth is working on the screenplay for the second film, and he’s already written the development script. The development scenario is called writings that are longer than synopsis and shorter than the film story. Let’s remember that Warner Bros hasn’t given the green light for the second film yet.
The film is released on September 15, 2021. Dune will be directed by Denis Villeneuve, known for films such as Blade Runner 2049 and Arrival. In the cast of the film; Timothée Chalamet, Jason Momoa, Zendaya, Dave Bautista, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Javier Bardem and Stellan Skarsgård.