Dune's critical and commercial success in 2021 meant that it was expected that production on the sequel would start right away.

Now that Dune: Part Two is scheduled to start filming in Italy later this month, production will soon get underway.

Next year, Dune: Part Two will be released, and pre-production on the movie will start in Altivole, Italy. Carlo Scarpa's Brion Tomb will be used for filming.

Later this month, on July 21, primary production with the cast of the movie will start in Budapest, Hungary. The director of the movie will be Denis Villeneuve once more.

Several of the previous movie's cast members, including Timothée Chalamet's Paul Atriedes, Zendaya's Chani, Rebecca Ferguson's Lady Jessica, Javier Bardem's Stilgar, and Stellan Skarsgrd's Baron Vladimir Harkonnen, will return in Dune: Part Two.

Léa Seydoux will play Lady Margot, and Christopher Walken will play Padishah Emperor Shaddam IV. The sequel also features the returning actors.

Dune, which was released in October 2021 and is currently streaming on HBO Max, was a commercial success, earning $401.8 million at the global box office.

In addition to the sequel, Dune: The Sisterhood, a television series focusing on the Bene Gesserit, is in the works.

Prior to being moved to November 17, 2023, Dune: Part Two was originally scheduled for release in October 2023. 

When the movie debuts the following year, spectators won't have to wait long to return to the Arrakian deserts.

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