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Cinema: "Dunes" sequel confirmed

Cinema: “Dunes” sequel confirmed

Sci-fi fans longed for a sequel, but producers were waiting for the box office results to be confirmed. It’s official now: the movie Dune It will have a second part. Legendary Entertainment announced the news on social media on Tuesday.

The first part of the work produced by Denis Villeneuve suggested a second chapter; The title of the movie was on the screen Dune: Part One. Quebec has never hidden his intention to shoot a diptych in case of a popular hit.

Released several weeks ago in other countries, but only Friday in Quebec, Dune Exceeds box office expectations. The feature film has so far grossed over $220 million, including $40 million in its first weekend in front of North American audiences. The producers were hoping to generate at least $30 million in revenue in the first few days of broadcasting on this side of the Atlantic.

In Quebec, the blockbuster movie grossed over $1 million in three days. The sci-fi mural with a primary environmental theme is a transfer to the screen of the novel of the same name by Frank Herbert which was published in 1965. The creator of this adaptation managed to thwart the traps of this brilliant and intense book while Preserve his epic attributes. No mods have convinced yet, and famous filmmakers like David Lynch and Alejandro Jodorowsky have already broken their teeth there.

“It has been a dream for me to bring the work of Frank Herbert to the screen and I have to thank the fans, the cast, the Legendary crew and Warner [d’appuyer] “That’s a dream,” the Quebec manager said in a press release on Tuesday. “This is only the beginning.”

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Toby Emmerich, CEO of Warner Bros. production added.

It was my dream to bring the work of Frank Herbert to the screen

The company said that this long-awaited sequel will be released in October 2023 and initially only in theaters. Denis Villeneuve slammed Warner Bros.’s decision. Studios. to broadcast Dune: Part One Simultaneously in video on demand and on the big screen. “Long live cinema in theaters!” the director said in an open letter, before the film was concluded! “

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