Dune: Timothée Chalamet and Josh Brolin, on the brink of danger in the new photo


The long-awaited adaptation of Frank Herbert's science fiction novel, by Denis Villeneuve, in theaters in December.

If you're looking forward to Denis Villeneuve's (Blade Runner 2049) adaptation of Dune, a science fiction novel signed by Frank Herbert, you might want to take a look at the new photo shared by Josh Brolin on his social media. The film, with a star-studded cast, opens in December of this year if there are no changes due to the crisis caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19). In the image in question, Timothée Chalamet and Brolin, who play Paul Atreides and Gurney Halleck, find themselves on the brink of danger aboard a ship in the vast desert of Arrakis.

If the images on Denis Villeneuve's film are indicative, we might be able to watch the official Dune trailer sooner rather than later. Its director, speaking to Empire, has even explained the context of the last photo, with Paul (Timothée Chalamet) and Gurney (Josh Brolin), who curiously is one of his favorites. "It is Paul's first contact with the deep desert, where he is amazed by it. He has a strange feeling of being at home. There is a lot of action right now and it is one of the scenes from the film that I am starting to feel quite proud of. "

Like the novel written by Frank Herbert, the feature-length film revolves around the Atreides family, who travels from their home on the planet Caladan to the deserted Arrakis, better known as Dune, where he claims to take control of melange, a drug-spice. that it lengthens life, which turns the eyes of those who consume it blue, and that is also essential for space travel in the Empire. But Duke Leto Atreides (Oscar Isaac) and his will not have anything simple, since their enemies, the Harkonnen, is always in the shade. The cast, among others, is completed by Rebecca Ferguson, Zendaya, Charlotte Rampling, Javier Bardem, Dave Bautista, Jason Momoa, and Stellan Skarsgård.


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