Put on the stillsuit; Dune – Part 1 arrives tomorrow on HBO Max to take us straight to the sands of Arrakis

Put on the stillsuit;  Dune - Part 1 arrives tomorrow on HBO Max to take us straight to the sands of Arrakis

The praised first part of the adaptation of Dune by Denis Villeneuve lands in the HBO Max catalog this February 17.

Denis Villeneuve premiered last September 2021 his first part of Dune, the tremendous work of Science fiction written by Frank Herbert.

The director of films like The Arrival and Blade Runner 2049 threw the blanket over his head to try to adapt as faithfully as possible, the “unadaptable work”.

Although the filmmaker took some liberties with the cast, the reception for Dune – Part 1 was a success. There are always those who criticize it, but the day you find something that EVERYONE likes, let us know.

The sequel would take a while to receive the green light from Warner, but it will begin filming this summer, as Villeneuve himself anticipated earlier in the week.

Needless to say, a second part seemed necessary to complete the story, since the first part covers approximately half of Herbert’s novel, leaving a clear continuity ending.

Dune – Part 1 stars Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgård, Dave Bautista, Zendaya, David Dastmalchian, Charlotte Rampling, Stephen Henderson, Jason Momoa and Javier Bardem.

After a long wait, fans can enjoy this first part of Dune again on HBO Max starting tomorrow, February 17when the platform adds Denis Villeneuve’s tape to its catalog.

Five months have passed since its theatrical release, where we saw how the House Atreides moved to Arrakis to continue operating melange spice.

The Harkonnen Houseformerly responsible for the operations of Arrakis and declared enemies of the Atreides, will soon conspire against the new rulers of Arrakis, while fate calls the young Paul Atreides (Chalamet) to the scorching dunes of the planet.

The deserts of Arrakis, inhabited by hulking giant worms, are also home to the fremenwho just want their planet back from the Empire.

With 10 nominations for the 2022 Oscars, Dune – Part 1 is one of those films that you have to see yes or yes, unless science fiction doesn’t call you at all, of course.

Of course, remember that you have our critique of this magnificent science fiction epic on the web, to whet your appetite.

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