Denis Villeneuve’s Dune’s highly anticipated trailer starring Zendaya, Timothee Chalamet, Jason Momoa, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, and Rebecca Ferguson, unveiled on 9th September 2020. And it’s a visual feast for the viewers.
A journey of an emotional and mythic, Dune is telling the story of Paul Atreides. He is an outstanding and smart young man born into an extraordinary destiny beyond his understanding.
He has to visit the dangerous planet around the globe to make assured the longer term of his family and his people.
As evil and sinister forces explode into conflict over the planet’s exclusive supply of the foremost precious resource in existence.
Moreover, a commodity capable of unlocking humanity’s most tremendous potential. Therefore, only those people who can overcome their fear will last.
Villeneuve directed Dune from a screenplay he co-wrote with Jon Spaihts, and Eric Roth supported the novel of an equivalent name written by Frank Herbert.
Moreover, Villeneuve is producing the film with Cale Boyter, Joe Caracciolo, and Mary Parent. The chief producers are Byron Merritt, Tanya Lapointe, Jon Spaihts, Thomas Tull, Joshua Grode, Herbert W. Gains, Brian Herbert, and Kim Herbert.
“Dune” is predicating on the novel of Frank Herbert 1965. And in 1984, it had been adapted into a movie starring Kyle MacLachlan. Legendary Pictures is going to hit the Dune in theaters on 18th December 2020.
Dune: First Trailer
The Dune first trailer is debuted on 9th September. It shows Paul learning to hone both his fight and ESP-like talents. We also see Arrakis, alongside its inhabitants. The clip is gritty, completely epic, and dark. But this new combat Dune also shows that the movie will focus quite a bit on not only Paul’s hero’s journey (with a touch help from a mysterious glowing blue-eyed girl from his visions) but also will feature grand battles between warring factions on the earth.
We also hear Paul say one among the foremost memorable lines from Dune: “fear is that the mind-killer. Fear is that the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will be able to face my fear, and that I will permit it to skip me. When the fear has gone, there’ll be nothing. Only I will be able to remain.”