Dune: the reboot will not have anything to do with the film of 1984
The director Denis Villeneuve, who will direct the new film Dune, he wanted to clarify that his version will be like the film of 1984 directed by David Lynch
Danis, Villeneuve has taken a well-deserved break after the debut of the film Blade Runner 2049, the acclaimed sequel of the cult movie directed by Ridley Scott in 1982, the third film in as many years for the director after a Sicario (2015) and Arrival (2016).
The film-maker franco-canadian, however, between not much and will return to work to achieve his next undertaking: the reboot of Dune, a film inspired by the science-fiction novel of 1965 by the writer Frank Herbert, literary work which has already seen its film version with the eponymous cult film of the 194 directed by David Lynch.
In the course of a recent interview, Villeneuve has held, however, to clarify that his film will not have anything to do with what Lynch:
David Lynch has made an adaptation in the ’80s that has some points of strength.
He is one of the best filmmakers living, but when I saw his film, I am impressed, but it was not what I had imagined from reading the book, so I'm trying to achieve the adaptation of my dreams.
I will return to the origins of the book that has captured me as a teenager, and I think the images that I see when I read it.
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