MOVIES

How The Fremen Get Off The Sandworms, Explained

Portraying the Fremen (and Paul) jumping off a sandworm could be very cool to witness cinematically. While the act wasn’t shown in “Dune: Part Two,” director Denis Villeneuve already knows how he would want it done in a prospective sequel. Audiences shouldn’t expect “Dune 3” any time soon, but the filmmaker has expressed an interest in adapting “Dune Messiah.” And he told IndieWire that he explicitly wants to film someone getting off a worm should such a movie come to fruition. 

“I knew how,” he admitted. “I found a way. It was not dramatically necessary in ‘Part Two’ to see someone get out of the worm, but I know how to do it. And I can’t wait to put that on screen.” Jumping off a sandworm could be as fascinating as watching Paul jump on a worm in “Dune: Part Two.” Plus, an adaptation of “Dune Messiah” could likely use some visually interesting sequences, seeing as the book is generally perceived as not quite as engaging as the first. Frank Herbert’s “Dune Messiah” features much talking and politicking, which don’t necessarily lend well to a visual medium like an all-out war with the Harkonnens. 

There are many things “Dune: Part Two” gets wrong from the book, and one would assume many other changes would be required if “Dune 3” happens. One such alteration could involve the sandworm dismount method, as Villeneuve said he “found a way” to do it rather than simply talking about what’s in the books. Regardless, more sandworm action will always be a good thing.

Source link

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button

PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE PAGE ONE