The work of Denis Villeneuve with adaptations based on the iconic saga Dune by Frank Herbert, will continue with a third and final installment.

According to Deadline reports, Legendary has given the green light to the development of Dune Messiahwhere they talk about Nuclear War: A Scenarioa new collaboration between the company and the filmmaker, the following is mentioned:

“The expectation is that Villeneuve will take this [Nuclear War: A Scenario] like another giant project after completing Dune: Messiah, which he and Legendary are developing as a conclusion to the trilogy.”

There you have it. Villeneuve is already working on the script for Dune: Messiahthus marking the conclusion of the film trilogy Dune.

The first film was released in 2021, while the sequel Dune: Part Two hit theaters on March 1, 2024. Both are distributed by Warner Bros.

Prior to the premiere of Dune 2Villeneuve confirmed: “Dune Messiah should be the last Dune movie for me.”

With one month on display in cinemas, Dune: Part Two It is so far the highest-grossing film of the year with a collection of $637 million at the global box office (and counting).

The original 2021 installment had a simultaneous premiere in theaters and on Max, becoming the best hybrid premiere. Its global total was $220.2 million.

For the sequel, Villeneuve returned to his duties as screenwriter, director and producer, while Jon Spaihts returned as co-writer.

In Dune: Part Two:

The plot will explore the mythical journey of Paul Atreides as he joins Chani and the Fremen while seeking revenge against the conspirators who destroyed his family. Faced with a choice between the love of his life and the fate of the universe, he strives to avoid a terrible future that only he can foresee.

The cast is made up of the returns of Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgård, Javier Bardemy Dave Bautistaand new additions like Florence Pugh (Midsommar, Don’t Worry Darling), Austin Butler (Elvis), Léa Seydoux (Crimes of the Future, No Time to Die), y Christopher Walken (Severance, The Outlaws).


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