The sci-fi epic film “Dune” will hold its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival.
The Organizing Committee of the 78th Venice Film Festival announced that “Dune” directed by Dennis Villeneuve was selected as the non-competitive unit of this festival and will premiere in the world on September 3!
This year’s film festival will be held from September 1st to September 11th, with South Korean director Bong Joon ho as the chairman of the jury.
The film is composed of Timothy Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Zandaya, Jason Momoa, Javier Baden, Strand Skarsgard, Dave Batista, Charlotte Lamplin, Zhang Zhen and other stars starred.
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“Dune” was created by Legendary Pictures and adapted from Frank Herbert’s novel. Villeneuve, and Eric Roth co-wrote the script.
The story revolves around the Arakis star in the future world, and the young Paul’s family controls the Arakis star.
When his family was betrayed, the jurisdiction of Arakis became more and more controversial.
“Dune” will be available in overseas theaters from September 15th, and will be simultaneously available in US theaters and HBO Max on October 1st.
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