The first trailer of Denis Villeneuve’s upcoming flick “Dune” has been dropped by Warner Bros.. and it didn’t disappoint. The trailer showcasing amazing all star cast, epic visuals, amazing Pink Floyd score as BGM reveals the faithful adaptation of Frank Herbert’s 1969 Sci-Fi novel with the same name.
After critically acclaimed “Blade Runner (2049)” in 2017 which has got 2 Oscars for Best Cinematography and Best Visual Effects, Denis Villeneuve virtually released the trailer of “Dune” yesterday quoted that both science-fictions has uniques challenges and stresses upon him while filming.
With ‘Blade Runner’ and ‘Dune,’ its two different pressures. With ‘Blade Runner’ I had to be respectful of Ridley Scott’s masterpiece. It was more an act of love. Here’s it’s totally different. I’m dealing with the pressure of the dreams I had as a teenager. I was a big dreamer. I dreamed big when I was younger. That teenager in me is totalitarian and I had to please those dreams. That was the biggest challenge.Denis Villeneuve
It gives a peek into the coming-of-age tale of Paul Atreides, played by Timothee Chalamet, who finds himself at the centre of a conflict after his family gets ownership of the dangerous desert planet Arrakis, which is the only known location of the galaxy’s most vital and mind-altering mineral called “spice”.
The over-three-minute-long trailer also offers glimpses at the movie’s star-studded cast of Oscar Isaac’s Duke Leto Atreides, Rebecca Ferguson’s Lady Jessica, Jason Momoa’s Duncan Idaho, Josh Brolin’s Gurney Helleck and Charlotte Rampling’s Gaius Helen Mohiam. Javier Bardem, Zendaya, Dave Bautista, Sharon Duncan-Brewster and Stella Skarsgard also make appearances in the trailer.