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Dune: Part Two is a 2024 film adaptation of Frank Herbert's original novel and the second part of Dune. It adapts the second half of the novel. Rumors of a second part spread quickly after the premiere of the first one, however the second part did not receive confirmation that it had been greenlit until October 26, 2021.

The movie was originally set for release in 2023.[3] On September 24, 2023, the film was previously delayed from November 3, 2023 to March 15, 2024, until it was moved to be released on March 1, 2024, by Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures.


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.[4]


Princess Irulan Corrino secretly journals that Paul Atreides may still be alive, while her father, Emperor Shaddam IV, is dispirited after promoting the fall of House Atreides. En route to Sietch Tabr on Arrakis, Stilgar's Fremen troops, including Paul and Lady Jessica, overcome a Harkonnen ambush. At the Sietch, suspicions arise about Jessica and Paul being spies, though some Fremen have faith in them, believing in the prophecy of a mother and son bringing prosperity to Arrakis.

Stilgar informs Jessica their Reverend Mother is dying, convincing Jessica to replace her by drinking the "Water of Life", a poison fatal for males and the untrained. She transmutes the poison and by doing so, survives and inherits the memories of every female ancestor in her lineage. Unbeknownst to anyone but her and Paul, Jessica is pregnant; the Water of Life prematurely awakens her daughter's mind. Following this, Jessica has spiritual conversations with Alia in her womb, believing that those in Northern Arrakis must be convinced first of the prophecy, starting with the weak-minded. Chani and her friend Shishakli believe the prophecy is false, but when Paul makes a speech about not seeking power and wanting only to fight alongside them, Chani develops respect for him.

Paul embraces Fremen ways and learns their language, passing tests like riding a Sandworm. He forms a romantic relationship with Chani, becomes a Fedaykin fighter, and assists raids on Harkonnen spice harvesters, earning the Fremen names "Muad'Dib" and "Usul". Baron Vladimir Harkonnen demotes his nephew Glossu Rabban, whose grip on spice production has been slipping, and instead makes his psychotic, murderous younger nephew Feyd-Rautha Arrakis' new ruler. Margot Fenring, a Bene Gesserit sent by Reverend Mother Gaius Mohiam, seduces Feyd to secure his genes should Paul’s bloodline be unsalvageable.

Jessica completes her religious quest in the North before travelling South to unite with Fremen fundamentalists. However, Paul fears his visions of a holy war which will ignite if he proceeds South as a messiah. Remaining in the North, he reunites with Gurney Halleck, who joined spice-smugglers after the Atreides' downfall and leads Paul to House Atreides' atomic stockpile. Feyd's troops attack Sietch Tabr, killing Shishakli and forcing the survivors, including Paul, to journey South, where Jessica learns that the Water of Life is a liquid excreted by adolescent sandworms once drowned. Despite it being against Chani's wishes, Paul consumes the Water of Life; he falls into a coma but is reawakened by Chani with a clearer sense of the past and future, seeing a vision of Alia and realizing the Baron is his grandfather.

Southern Fremen leaders hope for Paul to challenge Stilgar for leadership, but Paul refuses, instead proving himself by reading the minds of Fremen. Finally accepting the prophecy, Paul declares himself the Lisan al Gaib and assumes full power over the Fremen, to Chani's dismay. He challenges Shaddam, who arrives on Arrakis with Irulan, Mohiam, and his Sardaukar troops.

At Shaddam's staging ground, he chastises House Harkonnen for their failure to end the Fremen threat; Paul's forces surround and attack the staging ground. Riding sandworms, the Fremen overpower Sardaukar forces and breach the defenses. Paul enters the throne room, kills the Baron, and orders Shaddam and others to be transported to the planet's capital city. As Paul challenges Shaddam for the throne, the Great Houses arrive in orbit. Paul threatens to destroy the planet's spice fields with the Atreides' atomics if they intervene.

Paul challenges Shaddam to a duel, who chooses Feyd-Rautha as his champion. Despite taking several heavy wounds, Paul ultimately kills Feyd-Rautha. Irulan consents to marry Paul on condition that her father lives, while Shaddam gives in to Paul's ultimatum, kneeling before his signet ring and kissing it after Paul tells the latter to do so. Above Arrakis, the Great Houses refuse to accept Paul's ascendancy. Paul orders his Fremen army to attack the orbiting fleet, bidding them to send the Great Houses "to paradise." Jessica and Alia reflect that this is the beginning of Muad'Dib's holy war, while Chani heartbrokenly refuses to take part in the war and bow to Paul, and flees on a sandworm, choosing to remain on Arrakis.




By November 2016, Legendary Entertainment had obtained the film and TV rights for the Dune franchise, based on the eponymous 1965 novel by Frank Herbert.[5] Vice chair of worldwide production for Legendary Mary Parent began discussing with Denis Villeneuve about directing a film adaptation, quickly hiring him after realizing his passion for Dune.[6] By February 2018, Villeneuve was confirmed to be hired as director, and intended to adapt the novel as a two-part film series.[7][8] Villeneuve ultimately secured a two-film deal with Warner Bros. Pictures, in the same style as the two-part adaption of Stephen King's It in 2017 and 2019.[9] In January 2019, Joe Walker was confirmed to be serving as the film's editor.[10] Other crew included Brad Riker as supervising art director, Patrice Vermette as production designer, Paul Lambert as visual effects supervisor, Gerd Nefzer as special effects supervisor, and Thomas Struthers as stunt coordinator.[11] In addition to it being produced by Villeneuve, the sequel will also be produced by Mary Parent, and Cale Boyter, with Tanya Lapointe, Brian Herbert, Byron Merritt, Kim Herbert, Thomas Tull, Jon Spaihts, Richard P. Rubinstein, John Harrison, and Herbert W. Gains serving as executive producers and Kevin J. Anderson as creative consultant.[12] Legendary CEO Joshua Grode confirmed in April 2019 that they plan to make a sequel, adding that "there's a logical place to stop the [first] movie before the book is over".[13]

In December 2020, Villeneuve stated that due to Warner Bros.' plan to release the film in theaters and on HBO Max simultaneously, the first film could underperform financially, resulting in cancellation of the planned sequel.[14] In an IMAX screening of the first film's first ten minutes, the title logo read Dune: Part One, lending credence to plans for the sequel.[15] By August 2021, Villeneuve spoke more confidently about the chances of a sequel film, iterating his excitement to work with Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya again,[16] while stating Chani will have a bigger role in the sequel.[17] Warner Bros. assured Villeneuve a sequel would be greenlit as long as the film performs well on HBO Max.Just days prior to the first film's release, Warner Bros. CEO Ann Sarnoff stated, "Will we have a sequel to Dune? If you watch the movie, you see how it ends. I think you pretty much know the answer to that."[18]

On October 26, 2021, Legendary officially greenlit Dune: Part Two, with a spokesperson for the company stating, "We would not have gotten to this point without the extraordinary vision of Denis and the amazing work of his talented crew, the writers, our stellar cast, our partners at Warner Bros., and of course the fans! Here's to more Dune."[19] Production work had occurred back-to-back with the first film, as Villeneuve and his wife Lapointe immediately took a flight to Budapest in order to begin pre-production work.[20] A key point of negotiation prior to greenlighting the sequel was assuring that the sequel would have an exclusive window where it would only be shown theatrically, with Legendary and Warner Bros. agreeing to give Dune: Part Two a 45-day window before it would be available through other channels. Villeneuve said this theatrical exclusivity was a "non-negotiable condition", and that "the theatrical experience is at the very heart of the cinematic language for me". With Dune: Part Two being greenlit, Villeneuve said that his primary concern was to complete the filming as soon as possible, with the earliest he expected to start in the last quarter of 2022. However, he noted that production would be facilitated by the work already established on the first film, which can help expedite production.[21]


Eric Roth was hired to co-write the screenplay in April 2017 for the Dune films[22], and Jon Spaihts was later confirmed to be co-writing the script alongside Roth and Villeneuve.[23] Game of Thrones language creator David Peterson was confirmed to be developing languages for the film in April 2019. Villanueve also expanded the role of Chani and Lady Jessica from the novel, and interpreted Chani as being a critique of power.[24] Villeneuve and Peterson had created the Chakobsa language, which was used by actors on set.[25] In November 2019, Spaihts stepped down as showrunner for Dune: Prophecy to focus on Dune: Part Two.[26] In June 2020, Greig Fraser said, "It's a fully formed story in itself with places to go. It's a fully standalone epic film that people will get a lot out of when they see it".[27] Between the release of Dune and the confirmation of Dune: Part Two, Villeneuve started working the script that way production could begin immediately once the film was greenlit.[28]

By February 2021, Roth created a full treatment for the sequel,[29] with writing beginning that August.[30] He confirmed that Feyd-Rautha would appear in the film, and stated he will be a "very important character".[31] In March 2022, Villeneuve had mostly finished writing the screenplay.[32] Craig Mazin and Roth wrote additional literary material for the film.[33] Villeneuve stated that the film would continue directly from the first, and specifically described it as being the "second part."[34] He described the film as being an "epic war movie", adding that while the first film was more "contemplative", the second would feature more action.[35] When envisioning the sandworm sequence, Villeneuve primarily relied upon his own drawings and storyboards, as he felt the book did not contain adequate descriptions. He later cited it as being one of his favorite scenes in the film.[36] Villeneuve felt the film's ending was more "tragic" than that of the book, feeling that it adequately resolved Paul's storyline across the Dune films while setting up his character arc for a potential third film based on Dune Messiah.[37] He focused on Herbert's original intention to depict Paul as an anti-hero in Dune, and wrote the film's script that accounted for his future plans regarding Dune Messiah, such as by modifying Chani's character from the book.[38]


In March 2022, Florence Pugh and Austin Butler were reported to be in talks to star in the film as Princess Irulan and Harkonnen heir Feyd-Rautha, respectively.[39][40] Butler was offered the role while having coffee with Villeneuve, without needing to audition. He trained for four months in Budapest, using a fitness regimen made by an ex-Navy SEALs member.[41] Villeneuve described his performance as being a "cross between a psychopath killer, an Olympic sword master, a snake, and Mick Jagger" while Butler researched past cultures he felt "bred brutality" and took inspiration from various animals including sharks and snakes.[42][43] In May, Christopher Walken joined the cast as Shaddam IV.[44]

In June, Léa Seydoux entered negotiations to join the cast as Lady Margot.[45] In July, Souheila Yacoub joined the cast as Shishakli.[46] Attending the film's London premiere in February 2024, Anya Taylor-Joy confirmed that she had been cast in the film.[47] Villeneuve was surprised that her role had been kept a secret for that long, noting it required "so much work to keep that secret". Her role had been revealed in a casting credit list for the film on Letterboxd.[48]

Stephen McKinley Henderson filmed scenes reprising as Thufir Hawat and Tim Blake Nelson filmed scenes as an undisclosed character, but their scenes are not included in the final cut.[49][50]


Pre-shooting had commenced on July 4, 2022, at the Brion tomb in Altivole, Italy for two days. Principal photography was set to begin on July 21 in Budapest, Hungary,[51]but began earlier on July 18.[52] The film was entirely shot using Arri Alexa LF digital cameras, with new filming locations and sets being used "to avoid repetition."[53]By the next month, production moved to Abu Dhabi, with Pugh also finishing her scenes in the same month.[54][55] A special unit of production filmed scenes with Taylor-Joy in Africa.[56] Filming wrapped on December 12, 2022.[57] Due to the delays, Villeneuve was able to transfer the digital film onto the IMAX 70mm film format.[58]

Chalamet estimated that one scene in particular took over three months to film, with individual shoots occurring over a span of 20-30 minutes. As the actual sandworm wasn't built and there was no reference shots, the production team designed a small portion of the worm on set and the actors had to physically visualize and imitate riding the sandworm.[59][60]


Hans Zimmer returned to compose the film's score after doing so for the previous film.[61]Zimmer had composed over 90 minutes of music prior to the announcement of the film to help give Villeneuve inspiration when writing.[62] Two singles were released on February 15, 2024, by WaterTower Music, titled "A Time of Quiet Between the Storms" and "Harvester Attack". The full soundtrack album was released on February 23, 2024.[63]


First-look footage of the cast in-character were released online, alongside a teaser poster, on May 2, 2023.[64] The trailer was released to the public the following day.[65] Chalamet and Zendaya later discussed and promoted the film at a Warner Bros. presentation at CineEurope on June 21.[66] A second trailer was released on June 29, 2023.[67] The film was promoted during the December 2023 CCXP with Chalamet, Zendaya, Pugh, Butler, and Villeneuve, where over 10 minutes of footage was released.[68] Additional footage from Dune: Part Two was shown during a limited IMAX theatrical re-release of Christopher Nolan's Tenet (2020), as part of Warner Bros.' celebration for the former film's release.[69]

In January 2024, images of a forthcoming Dune-themed popcorn bucket from AMC Theatres.[70]

Warner Bros. and Legendary Entertainment partnered with Xbox to provide an immersive content suite related to the film, and visual designs inspired by the film being featured on a floating controller, Xbox Series X, and a console holder. Microsoft Flight Simulator also included an expansion pack allowing players to explore Arrakis and pilot the Royal Atreides Ornithopter.[71]


The film's advanced ticket sales surpassed that of Oppenheimer, and it is projected to gross around $65 million in its opening weekend.[72] A red carpet event was hosted in the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico City on February 6, 2024.[73] Dune: Part Two's world premiere was held at Odeon Luxe Leicester Square in London on February 15.[74][75]


  • Although not officially announced, The Batman star Robert Pattinson expressed his interest in appearing in Dune: Part Two; Pattinson remarked that it had always been his dream to be cast in the Dune Universe.[76]
  • Butler felt Feyd-Rautha's character served as "flip sides of the same coin" to Paul, as both had been involved in the Bene Gesserit's genetic breeding program; Butler opined Feyd-Rautha's upbringing on Giede Prime and self-care for his body explained his arrogance. Meanwhile, Villeneuve noted his psychopathic personality and brutality similar to that of an animal contrasted his "code of honors" and reverence towards fighters.[77]
  • Pugh delivered Princess Irulan's opening narration during her first day of filming and for overall production.[78]
  • An industrial fan blew sand on set to emulate the desert climate.[79]
  • Butler and Chalamet had separately trained with a Kali instructor in Los Angeles for the climactic battle between Paul and Feyd-Rautha. They were excited to do the scene, and immediately began practicing once they later met in Budapest. They performed the scene by themselves, including for wide camera shots, while Chalamet delivers the monologue entirely in Chakobsa.[80][81]
  • Ferguson had cited Lady Jessica undergoing the Reverend Mother process as her favorite scene, working with contortionists for the scene and comparing it to an Exorcist film.[82]
  • On February 27, 2024, Villeneuve insisted on viewers that watching Dune: Part Two in a theater for its full immersive power and landscape experience. In addition, Villeneuve points out that the film was made for IMAX and Dolby Atmos systems for precision and sound quality, with strengths in both digital and 70mm prints.[83]
  • On March 2, 2024, it was revealed that the grand fight that occurs early on in the film as the Baron Vladimir Harkonnen (Stellan Skarsgard) and Lady Margot Fenring (Lea Seydoux) join the inhabitants of Giedi Prime to watch. It was up to cinematographer Greig Fraser to bring it it to life, by shooting on black-and-white infrared to deliver Villeneuve’s vision.[84]
  • On March 4, 2024 Villeneuve explained that he won't release scenes he removed from this film while Nelson, one of the actors who was cut from the film says he's disappointed at being left out.[85]
    • Also on this day, Butler confirmed that his kiss with co-star Stellan Skarsgård in this film was improvised on his behalf and stating how, “He’s [i.e. Skarsgård] game for anything. He’s the best…it’s always about how you’re trying to affect somebody else.”[86]
    • Villeneuve also explained how he orchestrated a glorious sandworm riding sequence that took 44 days to shoot.[87]



See: Dune: Part Two/Gallery



Official trailers of the 2024 film adaptation.

Official previews[]

Official preview videos by Legendary Entertainment and Warner Bros.

Behind the scenes[]

Videos from the development and filming of the 2024 film adaptation.

Video analyses[]

Analytical videos on behind the scenes aspects of Dune: Part Two (2024).

External Links[]


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  2. Dune: Part Two (2024) - The Numbers
  3. ‘Dune: Part 2’ Officially Greenlit, Release Date Set for 2023
  4. Synopsis - Dune movie
  5. Legendary Lands Rights to Classic Sci-Fi Novel ‘Dune’ - Variety
  6. Making of ‘Dune’: How Denis Villeneuve’s Sci-Fi Epic Is the Culmination of a Childhood Dream - Hollywood Reporter
  7. About Dune - EW
  8. At Least Two 'Dune' Films Are Being Planned By Denis Villeneuve - Slashfilm
  9. Behold Dune - Vanity Fair
  10. Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune’ Gets Editor Joe Walker – Indiewire
  11. Everything We Know So Far About Denis Villeneuve's 'Dune' - Popular Mechanics
  12. Warner Bros. Dates ‘Dune’ For November 2020 & More - Deadline
  13. Legendary CEO Joshua Grode on Pitting ‘Pikachu’ Against Marvel, Warner Bros. Upheaval - Hollywood Reporter
  14. ‘Dune’ Director Denis Villeneuve Blasts HBO Max Deal - Variety
  15. Dune: New Trailer promises action-packed epic - joblo
  16. Denis Villeneuve Says ‘Dune’ Sequel Will See Zendaya’s Chani Become The Protagonist - The Playlist
  17. Zendaya's Chani Will Be A Major Part Of Planned Dune Sequel - Screen Rant
  18. WarnerMedia Toppers Bullish On ‘Dune’ Sequel & More ‘Sopranos’ & ‘Matrix’ Despite Muted Box Office Results In HBO Max Day/Date Experiment - Deadline
  19. ‘Dune 2’ a Go From Legendary, Warner Bros. - Hollywood Reporter
  20. Dune: Part Two Is a Cliff-Hanger—But It May Be Years Before Part Three Arrives - Vanity Fair
  21. Denis Villeneuve on ‘Dune’ Success and the Road to ‘Part Two’ - Hollywood Reporter
  22. ‘Forrest Gump’ Writer Eric Roth to Pen Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune’ Reboot - Variety
  23. Rebecca Ferguson in Talks to Star in Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune’ - Hollywood Reporter
  24. Game of Thrones Language Builder David Peterson Is Working on Denis Villeneuve's Dune - Gizmodo
  25. Inside the Dune dynasty: Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Austin Butler, and Florence Pugh dig into the battle for Arrakis - EW
  26. ‘Dune: The Sisterhood’ Showrunner to Exit HBO Max Series - Hollywood Reporter
  27. ‘Dune’ DP Greig Fraser on Shooting Denis Villeneueve’s “Epic” Sci-Fi Adaptation - Collider
  28. In ‘Dune: Part Two,’ filmmaker Denis Villeneuve realizes a lifetime dream - AP News
  29. ‘Dune’ Co-Writer Eric Roth Says the Sci-Fi Adaptation Is “Spectacular," Talks Sequel - Collider
  30. Denis Villeneuve Is Currently Writing 'Dune 2' - Collider
  31. Dune Spoiler Interview: Denis Villeneuve On The Ending, Paul’s Dreams, And What’s Coming In Part Two - Empire Online
  32. 'Dune: Part 2': Denis Villeneuve Says Script is Done, Crew is Prepping, and to Expect More IMAX Footage In Sequel - Collider
  33. About Dune Part 2 - WGA
  34. Dune Part Two Exclusive - Vanity Fair
  35. ‘Dune: Part Two’ Debuts Trailer Selling It as an “Epic War Movie” at CinemaCon - Hollywood Reporter
  36. Denis Villeneuve Breaks Down His Favorite 'Dune: Part 2' Scene - Collider
  37. Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya say they're keen for Dune 3, as Denis Villeneuve teases Part 2's ending - Games Radar
  38. Dune 2 Fixes An Original Book Problem Says Denis Villeneuve: "Frank Herbert Was Disappointed" - Screen Rant
  39. ‘Dune: Part Two’: Florence Pugh Eyed For Princess Irulan Role In Upcoming Sequel - Deadline
  40. ‘Dune: Part Two’: Austin Butler Eyed To Play Feyd-Rautha In Upcoming Sequel - Deadline
  41. Austin Butler Talks Training to Play Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen in Dune: Part 2 - Men's Health
  42. Austin Butler’s Feyd-Rautha In Dune: Part Two Is ‘A Cross Between A Psychopath Killer, A Snake, And Mick Jagger’ - Empire
  43. Austin Butler Teases His 'Ugly and Bald' Dune: Part Two Villain - People
  44. Christopher Walken Joins Timothee Chalamet, Zendaya in ‘Dune: Part Two’ - Hollywood Reporter
  45. ‘Dune Part 2’: Léa Seydoux To Play Lady Margot In Upcoming Sequel For Legendary - Deadline
  46. ‘Dune Part Two’: Souheila Yacoub Latest To Join Legendary Sequel - Deadline
  47. Surprise! Anya Taylor-Joy Confirms ‘Dune: Part Two’ Role at London Premiere - Variety
  48. Anya Taylor-Joy confirms internet rumors about Dune 2 role - EW
  49. ‘Dune: Part Two’ Starts Filming: Full Cast and Synopsis Revealed, Oscar-Winning Crafts Team Returns - Variety
  50. Tim Blake Nelson Joins Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune: Part 2’ - Hollywood Reporter
  51. ‘Dune: Part Two’ Ramping Up Production This Month - Deadline
  52. 'Dune: Part 2': Production Begins on Epic Sci-Fi Sequel - Collider
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  55. Timothée Chalamet Raves About Florence Pugh and Zendaya in ‘Dune: Part 2’: They’re ‘Seriously Incredible’ - Variety
  56. Why Denis Villeneuve Kept Anya Taylor-Joy’s ‘Dune: Part Two’ Casting a Secret: “Hollywood Is the Most Gossipy Town on Earth” - Hollywood Reporter
  57. ‘Dune: Part Two’ Wraps Production, Timothée Chalamet Announces - Variety
  58. 'Dune: Part Two' Will Play in IMAX 70mm - Collider
  59. Paul’s Sandworm Ride Took “3 Months” To Film Practically, Dune 2’s Timothée Chalamet Talks Process - Screen Rant
  60. Timothée Chalamet Is Self-Conscious About His Sand Worm Riding in Dune 2
  61. Hans Zimmer to Return for Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune: Part Two’ - Film Music Reporter
  62. ‘Dune’: How Composer Hans Zimmer Invented a Retro-Future Musical Sound for the Arrakis Desert Planet - Indie Wire
  63. Dune: Part Two (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Businesswire
  64. ‘Dune: Part Two’ Teaser: First-Look Footage & Poster For Denis Villeneuve’s Star-Studded Sequel - Deadline
  65. ‘Dune: Part Two’ Trailer: Timothée Chalamet & Zendaya Return To The Desert In Denis Villeneuve’s Star-Studded Sequel - Deadline
  66. Zendaya & Timothee Chalamet Bring The Star Power To Warner Bros’ Lineup Presentation at CineEurope - Deadline
  67. ‘Dune 2’ Trailer: Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya Fall in Love and Wage War, First Look at Christopher Walken’s Emperor - Variety
  68. We Saw the First 10 Minutes of 'Dune: Part 2,' Here's What We Learned - Collider
  69. Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ Heads Back To Cinemas In February; ‘Dune: Part Two’ To Be Teased On Latest Reissue - Deadline
  70. Can we say something about the Dune 2 popcorn bucket without everyone getting mad? - AV Club
  71. ‘Dune: Part Two’ Partners With Xbox for ‘Flight Simulator’ Content and Custom Console Design - Variety
  72. Sandworm To Save Box Office: ‘Dune: Part Two’ Eyes $65M+ Opening & Early Look - Deadline
  73. Zendaya and Florence Pugh Slay the Red Carpet at Dune: Part Two Premiere in Mexico City - People
  74. Dune 2 stars Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya thrill fans at premiere - BBC
  75. Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Florence Pugh Shimmer Against the Sand at ‘Dune: Part Two’ World Premiere in London - Hollywood Reporter
  76. A Look at Robert Pattinson's Career - The Screen Buff
  77. The Making of Austin Butler's Sexy Psychopath in Dune: Part Two - Vanity Fair
  78. Zendaya & Florence Pugh Reveal the ‘Dune 2’ Scene They Were Nervous to Film - Collider
  79. Welcome to the Worm Unit: How Dune 2 pulled off sandworm riding - EW
  80. Pain, sweat and sandworms: In ‘Dune 2’ Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya and the cast rise to the challenge - AP News
  81. Timothée Chalamet and Austin Butler Discuss ‘Dune: Part 2’ and Their Brutal Fight Scene - Collider
  82. Rebecca Ferguson Tried and Failed to Get This Bene Gesserit Detail Into 'Dune: Part Two' - Collider
  83. How Best To See Dune 2 In Theaters, According To Denis Villeneuve: “You Can Have The Full Power” - Screen Rant
  84. ‘Dune 2’: How Artisans Pulled Off Shooting the Arena Fight Scene With Infrared Technology - Variety
  85. ‘Dune: Part Two’ Deleted Scenes Will Not Be Released, Cut Actor “Heartbroken” - Hollywood Reporter
  86. Austin Butler Improvised That Creepy ‘Dune 2’ Kiss and Says Stellan Skarsgård ‘Is Down for Anything. He’s the Best’ - Variety
  87. Riding the Sandworms: ‘Dune 2’ Action Scenes Took 44 Days to Shoot and Used Road Runner Cartoons for Inspiration - Variety