Return to Arrakis for ‘Dune: Part Two’
LONG LIVE THE FIGHTERS! The words of Muad’dib ring out in the brand new trailer for Denis Villeneuve’s awe-inspiring second chapter of the Dune mythos, Dune: Part Two and an auspicious new trailer has arrived which gives audiences a look at the full scope of this epic new project.
Watch the full trailer for Dune: Part Two below:
Here’s the official synopsis:
The film will explore the continuing journey of Paul Atreides (Timothée Chalamet) who is united with Chani (Zendaya) 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.
Director Denis Villeneuve revs up the intensity and the action as a full-blown war between the Fremen and the Harkonnen erupts on the sands of Arrakis, all set to Hans Zimmer’s burning musical score, and the epic magnitude of this picture is unlike anything audiences have witnessed before in.
What we see in Dune: Part Two is Paul Atreides (Timothée Chalamet) journey into manhood as he embraces the power of destiny and his prophetic destiny to become a Messiah. The drama is immense in Dune: Part Two and with every frame of this new trailer you feel Villeneuve’s intense passion for this epic story being brought into the light.
Dune: Part Two also moves the narrative forward with the introduction of a host of incredible new characters into this story, with tw pivotal characters including the regal Princess Irulan of House Corrino, who is played with grace and cunning by Florence Pugh, along with Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen, the heir to the Harkonnen throne and whose twisted mind and psychopathic fighting skills make for an all-together scary performance from Austin Butler, and he’s out for the blood of Paul Atreides.
This second part of the Dune narrative looks to be an incredible powerful piece of cinema and this will be a cinematic experience that demands to be seen on the biggest screen possible.
Ready yourself for the arrival of Dune: Part Two on November 2, for the spice must flow.
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