Denis Villeneuve, the director identified for movies like Sicario, Arrival, and Bladerunner 2049, mentioned he initially deliberate to movie each Dune films on the similar time.
In an interview with Selection earlier this week, Villeneuve gave readers an inside look into the developmental strategy of his upcoming adaptation of Frank Herbert’s traditional science fiction novel, saying that whereas he wished to movie each Dune films on the similar time, he accepted the problem of doing simply the primary one initially and ready to see the way it carried out on the field workplace.
“I wished initially to do the 2 elements concurrently,” Villeneuve mentioned. “ For a number of causes, it didn’t occur, and I agreed to the problem of constructing half one after which wait to see if the film rings sufficient enthusiasm. As I used to be doing the primary half, I actually put all my ardour into it, in case it might be the one one. However I’m optimistic.”
Because it stands now, the stakes for Dune to carry out nicely on the field workplace are excessive. Villeneuve is at present penning the script for the second movie, despite the fact that Warner Bros. has but to inexperienced gentle it. Regardless of the problem, he appears optimistic concerning the prospect that he’ll get the prospect to complete the variation, and mentioned the second movie could be an “insane playground” for him.
“It’s going to be identical to pure cinematic pleasure for the second half,” he continues, including “I don’t need to communicate for everyone on the staff, however I’ll say that we actually created on this film a sense of household and to re-unify all people once more collectively, that may be paradise.”
Dune is an epic science-fiction drama starring Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, and Jason Momoa. With the movie set to premiere in just some quick weeks on HBO Max and in theaters on October 22, followers and Villeneuve alike will quickly get a way of whether or not a follow-up is within the playing cards.