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The Dune Sex Scenes Denis Villeneuve Kept Out For A PG-13 Rating Sound Wild

Based on the fact that Denis Villeneuve can market future “Dune” films to a much wider audience if he maintains that PG-13 rating, it makes sense that he might want to keep any scenes between Paul and Chani tame, as he did in “Dune: Part Two.” After only seeing visions of Zendaya’s Chani in the first “Dune” film, Paul finally meets her and the Fremen people in the wild desert of Arrakis as he travels alongside his mother Lady Jessica (a formidable Rebecca Ferguson) as a refugee of war. The two strike up a friendship — though it’s reluctant on Chani’s part, as she inherently mistrusts outsiders to Arrakis — that becomes something more, and soon, the two are decidedly together.

The one sex scene between Paul and Chani implies the action but cuts respectfully away from any nudity, simply showing the two together briefly. Unfortunately for fans of Paul and Chani, though, their relationship runs its course in many ways by the end of “Dune: Part Two,” thanks in large part to Paul’s thirst for power and acceptance of the title of “Lisan al Gaib,” a term used for a prophet. So what happens, exactly, between Chani and Paul?

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