Epic Battles Take Center Stage in New Dune: Part Two Teaser

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Despite the comments in Slovenian, this Dune: Part two teaser immerses us in the epic battles of the new film.

We are about to return to Arrakis to witness the great battle for control of the planet that gives the title to Dune: Warner releases Dune: Part two on March 1 to give Denis Villeneuve the opportunity to continue the fantastic adaptation of Frank Herbert’s science fiction novel.

Although the spectacular cast of the film is reason enough to be thrilled to enjoy it, with names like Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson, Austin Butler, Javier Bardem, Josh Brolin, Florence Pugh, Stellan Skarsgård, Christopher Walken, or Dave Bautista, the magnitude of the film is also a reason for attraction.

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Dune: Part one already demonstrated Denis Villeneuve’s ability to immerse us in the fantastic atmosphere of the universe created by Frank Herbert —although the director did not need a business card at that point—, the sequel promises to go further.

After that first part presented events and characters, Dune: Part two will focus more on the conflict that will plunge Arrakis into large-scale war, so the action and battle sequences will be as epic as possible.

Dune: Part two raises the stakes

As part of the promotion of the film, which is at its peak, Warner is releasing countless Dune: Part two spots.

One of those teasers, aired in Slovenia, comes to us through DuneInfo and shows some unreleased sequences, including some space battles.

The battle for Arrakis will see Paul Atreides rise as the champion of the fremen in their fight to expel the Harkonnen house from the planet once and for all and, incidentally, avenge the death of his father, Duke Leto Atreides.

You only have to wait for less than a month for Dune: Part two to start screening in cinemas almost all over the world to continue Frank Herbert’s saga, with a third installment more than likely to close Denis Villeneuve’s trilogy.

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