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Will this be the one boys?

Denis Villeneuve:
>Most of the main ideas of Star Wars are coming from Dune so it's going to be a challenge to [tackle] this. The ambition is to do the Star Wars movie I never saw. In a way, it's Star Wars for adults. We'll see.

Starring the little faggot from that faggy french film as Paul, Javier Bardem, Stellan Skarsgard and Oscar Isaac
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if they just gave Lynch his original run-time, it would have been better received, at least retroactively
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>>12578271
Denis says this will more faithfully follow the first book, and that it will likely be split into two films
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>>12578247
If only Jodo could be involved, but since it seems is a Hollywood flick...
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Pls no more audible thoughts in the movie. I cringe at readable character thoughts in books already.
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>>12578350
Jodorowsky could easily be involved, but he probably wants nothing to do with it. that being said, Villeneuve is the best hope for Dune either way
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>>12578350
Jodo’s a fukin loony the “dune” he would’ve made would more likely resemble an acid trip while on a hike in the deserts of some middle eastern country
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>>12578543
Same, fellow diegetic immersionposter.



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