First ‘Dune’ Trailer: Denis Villeneuve the Sci-Fi Saga Looks Beyond Epic

Timothée Chalamet, Oscar Isaac, Jason Momoa and Zendaya lead the sparkling cast of what’s set to be a visual blowout.

They currently have the primary trailer for Dune, an epic and elegant new form of the exemplary science fiction novel arrangement. Rise trailer: Denis Villeneuve science fiction adventure looks past epic

The man in control is Denis Villeneuve, Oscar-winning French-Canadian chief who previously demonstrated his dominance of insightful and stupendously dynamite science fiction with Arrival and Blade Runner 2049. The Dune trailer makes it clear he’s taking things up a score as far as scale, as this new transformation of Frank Herbert’s Dune books looks set to be an epic of sagas. Truly, check out this thing:

Timothée Chalamet plays Paul Atreides, scion of an administration of amazing space aristocrats overwhelmed with space legends and space legislative issues. Oscar Isaac is his space father, marking his faction’s future on a desert planet where space witches, space baddies and completely huge space worms conflict in the midst of the breeze whipped sparkling sand. Likewise meandering the rises is Emmy-assigned Zendaya, the overwhelming figure from our young legend’s space dreams.

Happening to the taking off strains of epic tune Eclipse, initially by Pink Floyd, the trailer additionally gives a couple of looks at the fittingly heavenly cast. Charlotte Rampling, Dave Bautista, Jason Momoa, Javier Bardem, Josh Brolin, Rebecca Ferguson and Stellan Skarsgård show up decked out in rich outfits in the midst of huge sets and luxurious symbolism, in a film that will plainly give Blade Runner 2049 a run for its cash regarding mark style.

What’s more, this is only the beginning: A continuation is as of now intended to finish the story, just as a TV arrangement, Dune: The Sisterhood with Villeneuve likewise included.

Ridge is planned to be delivered in theaters Dec. 18. Fingers crossed it’s as incredible as the trailer guarantees.

Post Comment