'Dune' Sequel Greenlighted For A October 2023 Release

by Outsiders
October 28, 2021
Legendary & Warner Bros have officially given the green light for the sequel to Dune for an October 20, 2023, theatrical release with director, producer, and co-screenwriter Denis Villeneuve returning.

As of right now, Dune: Part Two would be given a pure theatrical window; no day-and-date HBO Max release plan is in the mix for this cinema spectacle.

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Outsiders - 2022-07-20 @ 7:06 pm

Coming off the heels of the critical and box-office success of the six-time Academy Award winning first film, Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Entertainment have begun production on the highly-anticipated follow-up, Dune: Part Two, once again directed by Oscar nominee Denis Villeneuve (Dune: Part One, Arrival, Blade Runner 2049).

The big-screen epic continues the adaptation of Frank Herberts acclaimed bestsellerDUNEwith returning stars including: Oscar nominee Timothe Chalamet (Wonka, Call Me by Your Name), Zendaya (Spider-Man: No Way Home, Malcolm & Marie, Euphoria), Rebecca Ferguson (Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning), Oscar winner Javier Bardem (No Country for Old Men, Being the Ricardos), Oscar nominee Josh Brolin (Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, Army of the Dead), Stellan Skarsgrd (the Mamma Mia! films, Avengers: Age of Ultron), Dave Bautista (the Guardians of the Galaxy films, Thor: Love and Thunder), Oscar nominee Charlotte Rampling (45 Years, Assassins Creed), and Stephen McKinley Henderson (Fences, Lady Bird). Also joining the returning cast are Austin Butler (Elvis, Once Upon A TimeIn Hollywood) as the notorious Feyd Rautha and screen legend Christopher Walken (The Deer Hunter, Hairspray) as the Emperor. Florence Pugh (Black Widow, Little Women), La Seydoux (the James Bond franchise and Crimes of the Future) and Souheila Yacoub (the No Mans Land series, Climax) round out the extensive ensemble cast.

This follow-up film will explore the mythic journey of Paul Atreides as he unites with Chani and the Fremen while on a warpath of revenge against the conspirators who destroyed his family. Facing a choice between the love of his life and the fate of the known universe, he endeavors to prevent a terrible future only he can foresee.

Villeneuve is directing Dune: Part Two from a screenplay he co-wrote with Jon Spaihts based on Herberts novel. The film is being produced by Denis Villeneuve, Mary Parent, Cale Boyter, Tanya Lapointe and Patrick McCormick. The executive producers are Josh Grode, Herbert W. Gains, Brian Herbert, Byron Merritt, Kim Herbert, Thomas Tull, Jon Spaihts, Richard P. Rubinstein and John Harrison, with Kevin J. Anderson serving as creative consultant.

Once again, Villeneuve is collaborating with Oscar-winning director of photography Greig Fraser (Lion, Zero Dark Thirty, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), three-time Oscar-nominated costume designer Jacqueline West (The Revenant, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Quills), and Oscar-nominated makeup, hair and prosthetic designer, Donald Mowat (Blade Runner 2049). Multiple Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer (Blade Runner 2049, Inception, Gladiator, The Lion King) is again on hand to create the score. Villeneuve is also reteaming with Oscar-winning production designer Patrice Vermette (Arrival, Sicario, The Young Victoria), Oscar-winning editor Joe Walker (Blade Runner 2049, Arrival, 12 Years a Slave), three-time Oscar-winning visual effects supervisor Paul Lambert (First Man, Blade Runner 2049), and Oscar-winning special effects supervisor Gerd Nefzer (Blade Runner 2049).

Dune is being filmed on location inBudapest, Abu Dhabi, Jordan and Italy.The film is slated for a November 17, 2023 worldwide release from Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Entertainment.

Satam - 2021-10-30 @ 3:08 am
2 hours ago, SpiderS said:

Best news for sure, Dune was only movie in recent years that wasnt messed by WB, with clean vision of telling story the way director intended. Dune was truly great cinema experience that captures all the best of Blade runner 2049, Enemy and Arrival and absorbs essence of Frank Herberts sensibility at least from my point of view. This is new franchise that can not just rival big budget action flicks but present something more thoughtful and as pretentious as it sound philosophical. Hopefully they wont mess up second part.

WB kinda did 2049 dirty. I was a little surprised he was working with them again at all. Grateful but still a little surprised.

SpiderS - 2021-10-30 @ 12:13 am

Best news for sure, Dune was only movie in recent years that wasnt messed by WB, with clean vision of telling story the way director intended. Dune was truly great cinema experience that captures all the best of Blade runner 2049, Enemy and Arrival and absorbs essence of Frank Herberts sensibility at least from my point of view. This is new franchise that can not just rival big budget action flicks but present something more thoughtful and as pretentious as it sound philosophical. Hopefully they wont mess up second part.

EvilHayato - 2021-10-29 @ 4:08 pm

good because they kind of just had a build up with no conclusion so if they didnt, thatd really piss people off who watched 2+ hour movie with no ending.

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