Dune new footage reports arrival of a subsequent trailer release date. Denis Villeneuve’s most recent science fiction epic has confronted a lengthy, difficult experience to theaters. At first intended to be delivered in December 2020, Dune looked prepared to hit theaters before the second rush of the Covid pandemic shut performance centers down indeed. The film was postponed to October 1, 2021, taking the opening of Robert Pattinson’s The Batman. As of late, Dune was deferred an additional three weeks and is presently scheduled to hit theaters on October 22, almost two months after its September 3 debut at Venice International Film Festival. Presently, Dune has delivered another secret, uncovering shiny new footage of the forthcoming film and prodding the arrival of a subsequent trailer. IMAX will hold a unique occasion on July 21 and 22 that will uncover elite new footage from the film notwithstanding music and in the background footage. Another trailer will likewise be delivered at last with extra footage. The clasp declaring the occasion additionally contains new footage from the film, which can be seen beneath:
The footage being referred to flaunts brief clasps from the film that haven’t been seen previously. New looks at Bautista’s Rabban lording over the Emperor’s Sardaukar troops can be seen, likely before House Harkonnen assaults the planet of Dune and House Atreides, just as Skarsg?rd’s Baron Harkonnen coasting over his home seat. Notwithstanding the brief looks at the main bad guys, new footage flaunts Chalamet’s Paul Atreides and Zendaya’s Chani. At last, brief clasps flaunt a portion of the airborne fights over the sand of Dune and what appears to be House Harkonnen’s attack of the planet.
While Dune’s first trailer gave an intriguing look at the film, it kept its assets away from plain view, saving a significant part of the footage for the film and its possible second trailer. While some might be baffled that the film will just adjust the main portion of the book, likely cutting the film off just after House Harkonnen’s assault on House Atreides, it very well may be generally advantageous. Dune is an extensive novel, one that appears to be unadaptable in light of its immense world-building and confounded plot, so a two-parter is reasonable best for the profoundly expected film.