Denis Villeneuve:

Denis Villeneuve
Premiere of “Dunes” at the Venice Film Festival

Zendaya als Chani in "Dune"

Zendaya als Chani in “Dune”

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Denis Villeneuve’s new film “Dunes” will celebrate its world premiere at the Venice International Film Festival in early September.

The new science fiction movie “Dune” will celebrate its world premiere on September 3, 2021 at the Venice International Film Festival. As announced now. Canadian director Denis Villeneuve, 53, will not participate in the competition.

Known as “Arrival” and “Blade Runner 2049”, Villeneuve made “Dune” an adaptation of the novel of the same name by Frank Herbert (1920-1986) on screen. Many stars can be seen in the blockbuster movie, including Zendaya (24), Timothée Chalamet (25), Josh Brolin (53), Oscar Isaac (42), Dave Bautista (52), Jason Momoa (41), Charlotte Rampling ( 75), Javier Bardem (52) and Stellan Skarsgård (70).

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Dune tells the story of Paul Atreides (Chalamet) who tries to secure the future of his people. He is traveling to the most dangerous planet in the universe, because there is a special raw material out there that can enable humanity to reach its full potential.

In 1984 a film adaptation of the original was released with “Der Wüstenplanet” by David Lynch (75). A theatrical release of “Dunes” is expected in Germany in mid-September.


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