Denis Villeneuve, Jon Spaihts and Eric Roth wrote the screenplay for Denis Villeneuve's 2021 American epic science fiction film Dune. The first of two adaptations of Frank Herbert's 1965 novel, the film focuses heavily on the first half of the book. Set in the distant future, the film follows Paul Atreides' family, House Atreides, as they are drawn into a conflict on the dangerous and hostile desert planet Arrakis. The film's cast includes Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgrd, Dave Bautista, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Zendaya, David Dastmalchian, Chang Chen, Sharon Duncan-Brewster, Charlotte Rampling, Jason Momoa and Javier Bardem.
The film is the second feature film adaptation of Dune after David Lynch's 1984 feature film, and the third overall adaptation of the book after Lynch and John Harrison's 2000 miniseries. Legendary Entertainment acquired the movie and TV rights to Dune in 2016 after Paramount Pictures' failed attempt to produce a new production. Villeneuve joined as director in February 2017. Only the first film's production contracts were secured so that a second film could be approved after the first film was released. Scenes were shot in Budapest, Jordan, Abu Dhabi and Norway from March to July 2019.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused Dune to release later than its original target date of late 2020. The film had its world premiere at the 15th Venice International Film Festival on September 2021, 3, the following year, before being released worldwide on September 2021, 78. It was finally released in American theaters on October 22 and was made available for airing on HBO Max. Critics and audiences alike praised Villeneuve's direction and script, as well as the visuals, effects, sound design, cinematography, editing, ambition and Zimmer's music. Despite its release on HBO Max on the same day, the film was a huge success at the box office, finishing the year as the 12th highest-grossing film. Dune was selected as one of the top 2021 films of 10 by organizations such as the American Film Institute and the National Board of Review. The film became the film with the most awards at the 94th Academy Awards, with six awards: Best Sound, Best Original Soundtrack (Hans Zimmer), Best Film Editing, Best Production Design, Best Visual Effects, and Best Cinematography. It received 10 nominations for the ceremony, including Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay, in addition to many other honors and nominations.
Plot of the movie Dune(Desert Planet)
Emperor Shaddam IV of House Corrino, Duke Leto of House Atreides, lord of the ocean planet Caladan, is a harsh desert planet and the sole source of "spices", a valuable psychotropic drug that brings greater vitality and awareness to its users in the distant future. He appoints Arrakis as the fiefdom. It is crucial for interplanetary travel at higher-than-light speeds because it provides Space Guild Navigators with the minimum foresight needed for safe navigation. House Atreides, whose expanding influence Shaddam sees as a threat to his rule, will be destroyed by House Harkonnen with the covert help of the Sardaukar forces.
Although Leto hesitates, he realizes the benefits of ruling Arrakis and allying with native Fremen troops.
Leto's concubine, Lady Jessica, is a member of the Bene Gesserit, an elite fraternity whose members have extraordinary physical and mental abilities. As part of their centuries-old breeding program, they told her to give birth to her son Kwisatz Haderach, a Bene Gesserit, and a daughter who would become a messianic super-being with the prudence needed to lead humanity into a brighter future. Yet he disobeyed and had a son named Paul. In addition to Jessica teaching him the Bene Gesserit disciplines, Leto's assistants Duncan Idaho, Gurney Halleck, Suk doctor Wellington Yueh, and Mentat Thufir Hawat train him throughout his life.
Paul admits to Jessica and Duncan that he is worried about his future prospects. In response, Caladan is put to the test and passes the test for his humanity and impulse control in an alternative death scenario by Reverend Mother and Imperial Realist Gaius Helen Mohiam. Baron Vladimir Harkonnen hypocritically agrees when Mohiam demands that he forgive Paul and Jessica as he takes over.
In the fortified fortress Arrakeen on Arrakis, where Duncan's vanguard learns about the planet and the Fremen, House Atreides appears. Jessica explains that the inhabitants worship Paul and Jessica because the Bene Gesserit placed beliefs on the planet many years ago.
Leto negotiates with Stilgar, the head of the Fremen, and outside of the Fremen, Dr. A planetologist and Imperial Judge of Change, also known as Kynes, Dr. He meets Liet-Kynes. Leto, Paul, and Halleck are warned by Kynes of the dangers of spice-gathering, especially the gigantic sandworms moving under the desert. They successfully rescue the crew after they spot a sandworm approaching a spice harvester with the workers trapped during a flight. However, Paul has strong premonitions after being exposed to the spice outside.
Leto warns his troops of the danger after he makes an unsuccessful effort to kill Paul. Arrakeen's defenses are dropped by Yueh and forces from Sardaukar and Harkonnen are allowed to attack. He knocks Leto out and tells him that he made a deal with Baron Harkonnen to deliver her in exchange for freeing his wife from captivity. After presenting Leto to the Baron, who had previously ordered Yueh's wife to be dismembered, Yueh replaces one of Leto's teeth with a poison gas canister and is subsequently killed. Leto detonates the gas and kills everyone inside with him. The Baron lives but is injured. Duncan manages to escape. Paul and Jessica are captured by the Harkonnens, but Jessica kills them with a Bene Gesserit ability known as "The Voice", which allows her to voice command over others. They spend the night stranded in the desert in a tent, where Paul experiences visions of a "holy war" escalating in his honor throughout the universe.
Baron Harkonnen's nephew Rabban is given command of Arrakis and instructed to start the spice production to recoup his expenses. Duncan and Kynes find Paul and Jessica. They go to an old research facility but Sardaukar discovers them. Paul reveals his intention to marry one of Shaddam's daughters to prevent civil war if the Emperor's betrayal is heard. Duncan surrenders so they can escape. They leave, but Kynes is captured and stabbed by Imperial soldiers; as a result, it summons a lugworm that eats the entire group. In the middle of the vast desert, Paul and Jessica encounter Chani, the young woman of Paul's dreams, and her tribe.
Paul wins in a ritual fight to the death against the Fremen warrior Jamis, who questions Stilgar's tolerance for them. Paul joins the Fremen against Jessica's wishes to realize his father's vision of establishing peace on Arrakis.
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