The director of ‘Blade Runner 2049’ premiered his version of the classic science fiction of Frank Herbert, the 18th of December with Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Oscar Isaac, etc
Dune, the version of Denis Villeneuve (Blade Runner 2049) of the classic science fiction of Frank Herbert, published in 1965, premieres in movie theaters on December 18 of this year. And it does so with musicians of the stature of Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Oscar Isaac, Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, Javier Bardem and Jason Momoa, among others. Will have spent more than 30 years of the failed Dune (1984) David Lynch and this does not preclude comparisons to be made with that, today is considered as a tape of worship and then a dismal failure the cost the exorbitant figure of $ 40 million dollars and raise 30 million. Normal Lynch has declared that you do not have “no interest” in seeing the next adaptation.
If you do memory, remember that the version of Dune David Lynch was starring Kyle MacLachlan, Sting, Brad Dourif, Linda Hunt, Patrick Stewart, Virginia Madsen, Sean Young, and others. But, despite this, it was a fiasco by critics and the public. Now, the filmmaker behind Twin Peaks, Mulholland Drive and Blue velvet has said the following about his film and about what you still feel when thinking of her:
Because [‘Dune’] it was a sadness for me. It was a failure and I have not had a final assembly. I’ve told this story a million times. It is not the film that I wanted to do. I really like certain parts of it, but it was a total failure for me
The length of David Lynch has a duration of two hours and 17 minutes, although the director would have liked that this will increase to three hours. If you are admirer of the work of Herbert and the family Atreides, you will know that the film of 1984 was trimmed in post production with the consequent impact in the narrative section. An extended version ended up being issued in television, although it was not to the liking of Lynch -at least they had better suerrte Alejandro Jodorowsky, whose project never saw the light.
What the third will be the charm? What is clear is that fans of the literary saga by Frank Herbert -and after his son, Brian Herbert – cross your fingers for Denis Villeneuve hit the nail once and for all. It seems that yes, since the first part of the franchise -at the moment of 19 books from the originals, prequels, sequels and ‘entrecuelas’- will be split into two movies. We still have no trailer for Warner Bros., so that you can enjoy in the meantime [arriba] with its stunning first images.