Without a doubt, the presence of the superstar Chalamet, as the future hero Paul Atreides whose princely dreams are interrupted by the image of a beautiful woman (Zendaya) in the Arrakis desert (also known as Dune), will be the connection that millions of fans will want to see on screen, when the 22 October the film that cost $ 165 million.
“It was a pleasure working with Zendaya (‘Euphoria’, HBO, ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’), who plays Chani, a resident of Arrakis. I am very happy with this movie “, explained the 25-year-old actor and star of films such as ‘Little Women’ Y ‘Call me by your name’, also through a video that came after the initial 10 minutes of the film were screened, which the production company Warner Bros. shared to the press.
The introduction of the film gave a taste of the dimensions of ‘Danube’, with scenarios of different planets, sidereal wars, ships and civilizations that Herbert conceived for his species of fecological abula, where the heart of the story are family ties, beyond the characters piloting sophisticated machines.
In ‘Duna’, Chalamet will have Oscar Isaac (‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’) as his monarch father, Leto Atreides, as well as Rebecca Ferguson (‘MI: Fallout’) as his mother Lady Jessica. A stellar cast of a dozen celebrities, stand out and represent the different houses that fight to conquer or defend Arrakis.
Among the talent that joins the battle are, Josh Brolin (‘Avengers: End Game’), Dave Bautista (‘Guardians of the Galaxy’), Jason Momoa (‘Aquaman’), Javier Bardem (’007: Sky Fall’), Stellan Skarsgard (‘Thor’) and the English legend, Charlotte Rampling.
The film paints to be the phenomenon of action and adventure, with a love story at its center, in which Chalamet y Zendaya they will have the possibility to continue climbing in their universal popularity. Around him, the music of Hans Zimmer (‘Batman, the head of the night’, ‘Interstellar’, ‘The lion king’) will seal his luck with a score from another world.
This is the third adaptation of Duna, published in 1965 and which led to 5 more books, considered by far the equivalent of the science fiction of ‘The Lord of the Rings’ by JRR Tolkien. In 1984 the surrealist-style filmmaker David Lynch brought Herbert’s book to the screen and in 2000 the Sci-Fi network made a mini-series.