Broadcast since September 15 in cinemas, Dune is an epic, immersive and visually grandiose film as our review relates. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, fear not, no spoils will be made here. The first feedback from fans is positive, due to the film’s 5-star cast, but also to the special nature of the story. Although Denis Villeneuve is forced to wait for the green light from Warner to start production of Dune 2, everything suggests that the film could launch the next big science fiction franchise. As a reminder, the story is inspired by the books of the writer Frank Herbert, whose first novel was released in 1965. Dune only tells half of the first book, what to expect everyone else to be screen-fit for.
The second part, which awaits the approval of Warner to begin production, should tell the last half of the first novel. The story should further develop the narrative arc of Chani (Zendaya), still alongside the main hero Paul (Timothée Chalamet). For the time being, Denis Villeneuve has already announced that he wants to Dune a trilogy, but its potential is much greater. Dune 3 and 4 should focus on the book Dune: Messiah and it is not yet known whether the story of Children of Dune, God Emperor of Dune, Heretics of Dune and Chapterhouse: Dune will also be adapted for the screen as part of a new franchise. of Science fiction. While waiting to find out, we strongly advise you to go and discover the film in the dark rooms!