For now, nerds will have to settle for something that’s impressive, even remarkable, but not quite all it could have been.
It has now been confirmed: Dune: Part Two has been greenlit.
Villeneuve rewrites Desert Storm, indicting the West.
Virtually all of Dune is scene-setting, world-building, setup. It may be the longest prologue ever made.
Despite its flaws, David Lynch’s Dune is fittingly weird in parts but overall fails to fully capture the greatness — and weirdness — of the book.
It imagines a far-future mankind that travels the stars yet is organized as an empire, within which competing dynastic families vie for supremacy.
Filmmaker Denis Villeneuve brings Frank Herbert’s classic science fiction novel to the big screen.
A prespective sequel will depend on a strong theatrical performance by the upcoming movie — which means actually going to theaters to watch it.