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Rebecca Ferguson Has A Weird Dune 3 Hope

Denis Villeneuve’s two “Dune” movies so far focus solely on the first book in Frank Herbert’s series. “Dune Messiah” would be the second book to adapt, and it already faces some major hurdles if the film is to be just as good as what’s come so far. “Dune Messiah” doesn’t have a ton of action, with a storyline more centered on political intrigue. Another thing the book has going against it is that Lady Jessica is nowhere to be found. Considering that Rebecca Ferguson is easily one of the best parts of the cinematic duology so far, it’s easy to imagine Villeneuve wanting to bring her back in some capacity.

But while Villeneuve might add her character to entice audiences to come back for “Dune 3,” it’s unlikely he would make a change as massive as turning Paul into the worm emperor. Besides, that development doesn’t even come until the third book in the series, “Children of Dune,” where Leto II merges with a sandworm and gains immortality. The fourth book, “God Emperor of Dune,” occurs thousands of years in the future and deals with Leto II as a giant worm god who is also the bane of humanity’s existence.

Villeneuve has already said that “Dune 3” will be his final “Dune” movie. If the series continues after that, it will be up to another filmmaker to decide how to handle Leto II’s transformation — and find an actor brave enough to forever be associated with playing a gigantic worm.

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