Dune 2 director Denis Villeneuve teases the delayed sequel’s Paul and Chani romance, calling the film “much more emotional” than the first.
- Dune 2 director Denis Villeneuve promises that the sequel will be “much more emotional” than the first, focusing on a love story between Paul and Chani.
- Part Two of Dune will deliver on the promise of the first movie, with a more intense and action-packed war storyline.
- Villeneuve reveals that the film will explore how Paul gains Chani’s trust and works to free her world from the Harkonnen grip, making it a deeply emotional and gripping experience.
Dune 2 director Denis Villeneuve teases the sequel’s Paul and Chani romance, calling the film “much more emotional” than the first.
The Dune: Part Two release date has been pushed back to 2024, but the wait will be worth it for those who like more emotion in their sci-fi epics, as director Villeneuve teases the love story between Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya’s characters. Check out what Villeneuve said in the space below (via Empire):
“Part One was like the promise of something, but Part Two delivers on that. I’m exhausted, but a happy director. … The first movie was more contemplative – a young man discovering a world. Here, it’s a war movie. At the very core is a love story between Paul and Chan. How Paul will gain her trust, how she will open her heart to him, and how they will find a way to free Chani’s world from the Harkonnen grip. It’s a much more emotional movie.”
More to come…