Dunes Final Trailer Sets the Stage for All-Out War – Gizmodo

Simply now a few weeks away from its release later this month, Warner Bros. has actually dropped a “last” trailer for Dune. Many of its new footage comes in the method of broadening scenes weve already seen– there are longer cuts from Paul (Timothée Chalamet) having a discussion about his imagine Chani (Zendaya) with Duncan Idaho (Jason Momoa), more of Duncans big fight scenes, and, obviously, ornithopters, ornithopters all over. If theres a running style throughout all of this trailer in particular its about Paul recognizing the risk his dad (Duke Leto, played by Oscar Isaac) and his household is in when they get here to rule over the world Arrakis, and the early phases of the war waged by House Harkonnen to lay House Atreides low.

Suffice to state, its a bit more of a normal film trailer for Dune than weve seen compared to whats come before, pitching it more as the huge photo Denis Villeneuve would much, much prefer you to go see on a huge theater screen rather than through its synchronised streaming launching on HBO Max. Offered the early word on it though, appears like you stand to have a great time no matter which alternative you take, when Dune hits theaters and HBO Max in the U.S. October 22.

Paul is comforted by his father Leto.Screenshot: Warner Bros

This indicates, even as we get more conversational snippets, a lot of this trailer is more concentrated on the huge image action of the motion picture– great deals of Ornithopter goes after, Duncans huge brawl with the Harkonnen forces, massive clashes between the Harkonnen and Atreides forces captured unaware by the duplicity of Arrakis former ruler, Baron Vladimir Harkonnen (Stellan Skarsgård). There are even a couple of sand worms and Pauls well-known “worry is the mind killer” line tossed in for excellent procedure!

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. Yeah, ends up all those soldiers and giant sand worms are gon na depend on something in Denis Villeneuves new take on the sci-fi icon.

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