The trailer for Denis Villeneuve’s movie came out on the 9th of September, 1115 hours CST time, as informed by the Dune team.
At precisely 1100 hours (CST time), @TwitterMovies started streaming an interview of the cast. Stephen Colbert, who was clearly a big fan of the Dune series, interviewed the actors along with the director for roughly 15 minutes before the world of the trailer.
He asked them about their experiences while making the movie and how they connected with it. Oscar Issac (Leto Attriedes) and Josh Brolin (Gurney Halleck), pulling each other’s legs, was pure joy. They mostly spoke about the scale of the sets. Chalamet told Colbert that he was behind the green screen only twice. That’s a small number for a sci-fi movie with massive worldbuilding.
The trailer screamed Denis Villeneuve all over. Hans Zimmer’s music was just as excellent as it always was. But no one expected that Pink Floyd – Eclipse mix towards the middle of the trailer. The director of photography, Greig Fraser’s signature bleakness can be noticed—the grey-black dominated background with a dark setting throughout the trailer.
From the trailer, it seems to be that the movie is going to cover a little more than the first half of the book. Some characters who show up after the first half (Bautista’s cast, for example) are seen in the trailer. Also, the worm that everybody was waiting for made a cameo at the end of the trailer and, it wasn’t disappointing. Last but not least, the sets were really brilliant. The scale of the sets was so massive and yet aesthetically pleasing nonetheless.
The movie is scheduled to release on the 18th of December, in both IMAX and 3D worldwide. This date is probably susceptible to change.
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