2021-09-21

Dune – Paul Atryda alone on a new poster from IMAX

Dune is finally coming. When writing about the new poster, we can emphasize the word is coming, because we see the lonely Paul Atrydy on it, walking alone in the wilderness.

Warner Bros. have unveiled an amazing new IMAX poster for Dune, their highly anticipated adaptation of Frank Herbert’s hugely popular science fiction novel of the same name. In the poster, we can see Paul Atryda walking alone on the sands of Arrakis.

Directed by Denis Villeneuve, the epic will make its world premiere at the 78th Venice International Film Festival this Friday, so the first reactions should hit the web by the end of the week.

Incoming! The IMAX exclusive art for @DuneMovie is here. This star-studded epic sci-fi action adventure from Denis Villeneuve is Filmed for IMAX, and a can’t miss experience in our theaters. Who’s in? pic.twitter.com/FxsCSeRGZk

– IMAX (@IMAX) August 30, 2021

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Dune is an adaptation of a novel by Frank Herbert. The story presented in the novel that is the first part of the Dune Chronicles takes us into the future on the planet Arrakis (Dune). It contains a priceless raw material – melange, which makes it possible to predict the future, thus avoiding the dangers of space travel. The planet is given a fief to House Atreides, but House Harkonnen overturns. This is how the heroes of the novel become entangled in the whirlwind of politics, religion and the struggle for influence.

The film was produced by Thomas Tull, Mary Parent and Cale Boyter, in collaboration with executive producers Brian Herbert, Byron Merritt and Kim Herbert. The cast members include Timothée Chalamet, Stellan Skarsgård, Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, Dave Bautista, Charlotte Rampling, Oscar Isaac, Jason Momoa and Zendaya. Hans Zimmer was the composer. Zimmer specifically refused to cooperate with his frequent collaborator Christopher Nolan on Teneta.

The film will premiere on October 15, 2021 in cinemas and on HBO Max.

Source: Twitter.com/ Introduction illustration: press materials.