Does anyone know what time the trailer drops today?
If any more trailers drop, the whole thing will be available to see.
Have there been that many? I'd have said the trailers have been few and far between, but maybe I'm imagining it. Certainly, I don't recall any "story" style trailers that do the usual trick of summarising / spoiling each act.
Yeah I think there's only been one trailer so far. So this will be the second. I do recall some trailers for the trailer though. I'll be surprised if we get the full trailer today.
i'm sounding the dune trailer immanent KLAXON, STAND BY YOUR BEDS
Still totally unconvinced about Chalamet for this.
I don't think I've really seen him in enough films to make a call yet.
I don't remember him in Homeland or Hostiles and I hated Call Me By Your Name, so its tough to gauge the performance. He was fine in Little Women (maybe a little too young looking for the part), but his role was outshined by all the female characters in that anyways. Still have to watch Lady Bird, Beautiful Boy and The King.
He gets serious buzz for his acting chops though, so I am curious to see how he'll handle the role. I imagine Villeneuve will have a heavy hand in the performance regardless. Physically speaking, I kind of like that they've gone with someone who is very slight and unassuming, in stark contrast to a lot of the other actors cast.
Looks terrific. It'll flop and we'll never get a sequel and have to live with that for the rest of our lives. But it looks great.
Well, I just got a massive brainer.
That looks utterly spectacular (assuming it doesn't ultimately suck); if this fails at the box office, then truly we don't deserve nice things. Do we know the run-time for this?
Have you seen him in The King?
I thought he was quite good in that in, as wayward heir Prince Hal becoming King Henry V.
I think it would the closest of his previous roles to that of Paul.
The King (2019) - IMDb
Hook it to my veins!
Looks very impressive.
Will have to venture to the cinema to see this.
No. But it's not his acting that I have an issue with. Can't say for sure what's putting me off. I'm just having a real hard time seeing him as Paul Atreides.
Well I am very, very pleased with that!
Visually very impressive and like the nod towards Fremen oppression too.
Worth watching The King then, as it would go a long way to show how Chalamet can transcend his slightly .. I dunno, wet blanket appearance? The movie itself was a bit of a chore at times but Chalamet's performance worked well.
No worries, I had the same 'vibe' about him until I saw The King.
Frankly, Chalamet was woefully miscast in The King IMO - he just can’t pull off what the role demands. The film’s only worth watching for a gloriously OTT performance from Robert Pattinson.
I do think Chalamet was excellent in Call Me By Your Name, Lady Bird and Little Women, mind - three films which have him operating on the right wavelengths.
Yeh. He's just kinda wishy washy to me. But then again, I'm going to have a hard time with most of the new actors I reckon, cos the Lynch version has cemented certain people into my mind.
I'll put 'The King' down on the To Do list. I might get to it in 2025.
For sure, a few friends & myself are ready to book tickets now 🙂
I was just thinking this…. Looking forward to this none the less
Whens the Irish release date?
Agree with this. Haven’t seen him in anything other then the king but when I first saw him at start of the King I thought he was quite weak (lacking in any charisma/presence) but realised it was the character and he got much better as the character grew in the story. Thought he was great.
The HBO Bene Gesserit spin off looks to be back on; Diane Ademu-John, writer with the Haunting of Bly Manor, has taken up the mantle of showrunner after Jon Spaiht stepped down (to work on the Dune sequel's script).
I thought The King was great and Chalamet was good in it too. Mind you it's Netflix so my expectations were extremely low. In any case, I think he's well cast as Paul, at least as he's described in the book.
It seems the film's on-screen title will be "Dune: Part One". And according to the Danish rating board, it's 155 minutes long.
And it differs from Star Wars, how?
Well; Dune was written 12 years before Star Wars came out, so maybe the question is the wrong way around 😁
Nothing like Star Wars.
Think Game of Thrones in space and you'd be a bit closer to what to expect :)
Bearing in mind Dune pre-dates them all.
i think its oct 23rd