#Dune: Part 2


‘Dune: Part Two’ Guide: 9 Details to Know Right Now About Denis Villeneuve’s Sequel

It’s no surprise: All signs were pointing to a “Dune” sequel by the time Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation of Frank Herbert’s novel opened in U.S. theaters (Warner Bros. CEO Ann Sarnoff all but confirmed a follow-up movie on October 21, the day before the film’s opening). On October 26, came official confirmation from Legendary Entertainment and Warner Bros. that “Dune: Part Two” was officially a go.
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Five huge ways Denis Villeneuve’s Dune changed the novel — and set up Part 2

The most famous science fiction novel of all time is now the buzziest movie of 2021. Delayed by nearly a year, Denis Villeneuve's Dune: Part One is finally in theaters and on HBO Max. Fair warning: the movie is a lot to take in, as are the novels that inspired it. The world-building of Frank Herbert’s distant future is layered, its stakes every-shifting. And throughout his six Dune books, the scope broadens to a degree nearly unparalleled in other sci-fi series.
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Dune: Part 2 Is Officially Happening: What to Expect

Update 10/26: What was by and large a given already at this point has just been confirmed: Part 2 has officially been greenlit. D2ne, 2 Dune 2 Furious, Dune 2: Electric Boogaloo… whatever sequel title they settle on, it's definitely happening. Legendary Entertainment, the production company that fronts the movie alongside Warner Bros, shared the news via Twitter, and Timmy even made a rare post to Instagram to spread the word. More visions, more Zendaya and more sandworms are soon to come.\
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Why ‘Dune Part Two’ Is Yet Another Blow To ‘Star Trek 4’

Two bits of good news for Dune yesterday. First, the $165 million sci-fi epic earned another $3.9 million on Tuesday, bringing its five-day cume to $48.5 million. The 8% jump from Monday (which itself dropped 63% from Sunday) is better than the 1.3% drop for F9 on its first Tuesday after itself dropping 63% from Sunday. It’s a smaller jump than Venom 2 (+9%), but the superhero sequel dropped 72% on its first Monday. Its five-day “weekend to cume” multiplier is 1.18x, on par with F9 and Black Widow. It’s not the next Titanic or Fellowship of the Ring, but it’s sticking around for now. Oh, and the Legendary/Warner Bros. film officially got a sequel yesterday afternoon, with Dune part Two now set for October 20, 2023.

Box Office: If ‘Dune’ Succeeds, The Sequel Could Be An Even Bigger Hit

Oddly enough, my IMAX showing of No Time to Die last night included the second Dune trailer, the one released in late July 2022, as opposed to this new pitch. The key bit is the very end, during which Zendaya offers up a grin and remarks to Timothée Chalamet that “This is only the beginning,” which should clue some folks into the notion that Dune won’t be a one-and-done narrative.

WarnerMedia Toppers Bullish On ‘Dune’ Sequel & More ‘Sopranos’ & ‘Matrix’ Despite Muted Box Office Results In HBO Max Day/Date Experiment

In a wide ranging interview with Deadline staff before earnings were released, WarnerMedia toppers Jason Kilar and Ann Sarnoff were quite pleased with the long term results of the disruptive decision to put its entire 2021 theatrical slate on its fledgling streaming service HBO Max as the films were released in movie theaters. They spent the money and time to repair relationships with talent and their reps, and said they will not blindside them or movie theaters again. More importantly, the numerous films on the slate with sequel potential will not be penalized by the stunted box office receipts that...

The ‘Dune 2’ Jokes Are Flowing (With Added Spice) Now That A Sequel Has Been Greenlit

Now that Dune: Part Two has been officially greenlit, fans of director Denis Villeneuve‘s take on the classic sci-fi novel have already started to relax with the fear of Warner Bros. passing on a sequel no longer hanging in the air. In fact, Dune fans are downright jubilant as their excitement quickly morphed into making 800 jokes about the title.
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Would Eternals' Barry Keoghan Join Dune Part 2 As Feyd-Rautha? Here's What He Told Us

Dune Part Two has officially been greenlit; the movie that all fans of Dune hoped for is actually happening. And while that means the conclusion of the story for many characters that we met in the first movie, it will also require the casting of characters from the book that we did not even meet in the first movie. And there’s already a fan campaign underway to get Eternals’ Barry Keoghan drafted to play Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen in the sequel, and it sounds like, if the phone rings, he’s game for it.

Dune, Part One Ending Explained

Full spoilers ahead for Dune, Part One! If you're wondering whether or not there's a post-credits scene in Dune, we'll tell you right here: No, there is not. Director Denis Villeneuve’s long-awaited screen adaptation of Dune is finally upon us … but it only tells part of the saga laid out in Frank Herbert’s seminal 1965 sci-if novel.

A Dune Sequel Was Just Kind-Of, Sort-Of, Maybe Confirmed

Hollywood, theater owners, general audiences, and fans most deeply invested in the story of "Dune" have all united to ponder one single question: Just how wholesome is it that Guillermo del Toro apparently thought they filmed those sandworms practically?. Okay more seriously, most everyone has been wondering whether the gamble...