Dune: Part Two | Official Trailer 3

Dune: Part Two | Official Trailer 3

You are not prepared for what is to come. #DunePartTwo – Only in theaters March 1.

The saga continues as award-winning filmmaker Denis Villeneuve embarks on “Dune: Part Two,” the next chapter of Frank Herbert’s celebrated novel Dune, with an expanded all-star international ensemble cast. The film, from Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures, is the highly anticipated follow-up to 2021’s six-time Academy Award-winning “Dune.”

The big-screen epic continues the adaptation of Frank Herbert’s acclaimed bestseller Dune with returning and new stars, including Oscar nominee Timothée Chalamet (“Wonka,” “Call Me by Your Name”), Zendaya (“Spider-Man: No Way Home,” “Malcolm & Marie,” “Euphoria”), Rebecca Ferguson (“Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning”), Oscar nominee Josh Brolin (“Avengers: End Game,” “Milk”), Oscar nominee Austin Butler (“Elvis,” “Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood”), Oscar nominee Florence Pugh (“Black Widow,” “Little Women”), Dave Bautista (the “Guardians of the Galaxy” films, “Thor: Love and Thunder”), Oscar winner Christopher Walken (“The Deer Hunter,” “Hairspray”), Léa Seydoux (the “James Bond” franchise and “Crimes of the Future”), Souheila Yacoub (“The Braves,” “Climax”), with Stellan Skarsgård (the “Mamma Mia!” films, “Avengers: Age of Ultron”), with Oscar nominee Charlotte Rampling (“45 Years,” “Assassin’s Creed”), and Oscar winner Javier Bardem (“No Country for Old Men,” “Being the Ricardos”).

“Dune: Part Two” will explore the mythic journey of Paul Atreides as he unites with Chani and the Fremen while on a path of revenge against the conspirators who destroyed his family. Facing a choice between the love of his life and the fate of the known universe, he endeavors to prevent a terrible future only he can foresee.

Villeneuve directed from a screenplay he co-wrote with Jon Spaihts based on Herbert’s novel. The film is produced by Mary Parent, Cale Boyter, Villeneuve, Tanya Lapointe and Patrick McCormick. The executive producers are Joshua Grode, Herbert W. Gains, Jon Spaihts, Thomas Tull, Brian Herbert, Byron Merritt, Kim Herbert, with Kevin J. Anderson serving as creative consultant.

Villeneuve is again collaborating with his “Dune” creatives: Oscar-winning director of photography Greig Fraser; Oscar-winning production designer Patrice Vermette; Oscar-winning editor Joe Walker; Oscar-winning visual effects supervisor Paul Lambert; Oscar-nominated costume designer Jacqueline West. Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer is again on hand to create the score.

Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures Present A Legendary Pictures Production, A Film By Denis Villeneuve, “Dune: Part Two.” The film is slated for a March 1, 2024 release in theaters and IMAX nationwide and internationally beginning on 28 February 2024, distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.

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37 Responses

  1. @AwesomenessTV says:

    This looks incredible! When we say we want the visuals THIS is what we mean. 😭

    • @adammorra3813 says:

      You look incredible

    • @Nitrus17 says:

      had enough of visuals, thats the easier part. An amazing epic story is what should be the main reason to make a movie like this.

    • @tomvanderlee5733 says:

      ​@@Nitrus17The book is so based on internal monologues and things other than dialogue though, meaning this particular cinematic adaptation has been incredibly difficult to achieve the right tone for. The chosen visuals and soundtrack seem to actually be achieving that.

    • @012345678940975 says:

      If it wasn’t for the damn writer’s strike, it would be coming out this month! Damn you, writers 🤬

  2. @maxb.4884 says:

    This is an absolutely stunning work of art. I’ve never been so excited for a movie since the first part of DUNE. The music and the overall feeling of the film is just magical

    • @BenHeffernanArt says:

      I didn’t bother watching it for months because I didn’t think they’d pull it off. One night home alone I thought what the heck I may as well watch it. Wowa re watched it straight away! Many times since.

    • @steveraine2971 says:

      Same! I watched it twice in the same weekend when it came out – went back for the third dimension on the Sunday. I was so gripped by the universe and the lore, devoured the first three books. More power to Villeneuve, a franchise of substance, endeavour, intrigue and awe.

  3. @vemcomigo9063 says:

    Reading Dune for the first time, I was simply fascinated by Frank Herbert’s saga. After so many failures, I never thought I’d see this masterpiece so well represented on screen. Thank you so much, Denis Villeneuve, for the first time ever a movie made me tremble in the cinema, and just by watching this trailer, tears well up in my eyes because it’s so epic. I know I’ll have the same experience I had in part one.

  4. @khristoffersantos5860 says:

    I don’t know if they’re going to continue this story but this is the greatest sci fi franchise of all time. This is to sci fi what lord of the rings is to fantasy. Absolutely magnificent

  5. @nakkuzee says:

    Still amazes me that Denis was able to surround himself with equally talented people to make this thing work.. Adapting Dune always felt like an impossible task and yet here we are witnessing it in our lifetimes.

    • @dominatorcda7180 says:

      Its like witnessing Lord of the Rings for the first time and I’m so glad to be around to see it!

    • @axelhopfinger533 says:

      Yeah, though this cinematic masterpiece is definitely lessened by the presence of Zendaya in it. The less screen time she has, the less the visual brilliance of this movie will be compromised. Definitely Villeneuve’s most detrimental casting choice.

    • @JNB0723 says:

      @@axelhopfinger533 She’s fine, but Chani never had a big role in the books.


    *Let’s be honest, Denis Villeneuve, the music, the trailer, was just epic. One of the best trailers I have seen in years*

  7. @eurosalamander says:

    2:06 Oh wow, I LOVE the re-envisioning of how Paul puts the Reverend Mother in her place with the Voice. That shockwave is PALPABLE!

    • @samuellambertmurrayduncan1412 says:

      He does it that way in the book right? But I agree it’s cool

    • @axelhopfinger533 says:

      It certainly will be in IMAX! Gonna feel that one!

    • @JNB0723 says:

      @@samuellambertmurrayduncan1412 Yes. She has been working her whole life to fulfill the prophecy and control the legend (Paul). To see Paul free himself of her influence is both immensely satisfying and proves how much like Jessica he really is.

  8. @barringtonrussell1670 says:

    I’ve listened to the Dune soundtrack more or less every day for the last year. Now THIS is how you remix the Atreides theme! Absolutely mind-meltingly astonishing. I must’ve watched this twenty times over. Shaddam IV’s ship entering Arrakis’s atmosphere: holy mother of all that is sweet and holy 🤯 Probably the best trailer I’ve ever seen.

  9. @newalchemy9742 says:

    Denis Villeneuve has thankfully emerged as an elite filmmaker that can make epic, beautifully shot films that are capable of being both respectful to source material and cutting their own creative path. Love his recent work, especially as I’ve watched legends like Ridley Scott, James Cameron, and others fumble films (some of their own classic creations) recently.

  10. @hiyeena3365 says:

    I love it!! I think this trailer highlights the love story of Dune as well as the pure immensity of Paul’s power and his prescience that fuels it. Prescience is an idea which Frank Herbert really explored to a depth I’ve never seen before. I hope that when people watch this it will inspire them. Epic stories with good life lessons is what we need more of.

    • @PorkBellyFutures says:

      In the book she is wife and mother. In this she is warrior and somehow superior. Ruined it because we can’t have a woman raising a family, she has to be leading on the frontline

    • @briancollins9094 says:

      Messiah will be amazing if it gets approved for production

    • @timonsolus says:

      ​@@PorkBellyFutures : Chani was warrior, lover (concubine, not wife) and mother in the Dune books.

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