While book readers will already know what’s in store, Dune: Part Two will hold some surprises for those who haven’t gone back and peeked at the rest of the story.
Broadcasters and streaming platforms are rolling out some amazing movies to keep the nation entertained over Easter.
Huge blockbusters from last year are set to arrive on Sky Cinema, as well as a new TV series starring Sarah Lancashire.
The star of 'Dune' immediately stole the show amid the glittering A-listers on the Oscars red carpet.
Dune leads the pack with 11 nominations, followed by The Power of the Dog with eight, while Kenneth Branagh's Belfast has six.
Kristen Stewart made it into the Academy's spotlight for 'Spencer', while Lady Gaga missed out for 'House of Gucci'.
As always, the nominations come laden with surprises, and many filmmakers — and film fans — will be disappointed to have not made the cut.
Stellan Skarsgård's transformation in the morbidly corpulent Baron is just one of the reasons Donald Mowat has already been longlisted for BAFTA and Oscar glory.
With cinemas emerging from their annus horribilis that was 2020, there were glimmers of hope for the projected image throughout 2021.
"These movies are gigantic," Villeneuve tells Yahoo about Dune. "Frankly, I don’t know how Peter Jackson did it."
It’s hard not to wonder what all the other potential attempts at the iconic novel would have looked like.
Despite landing big roles in huge tentpole movies, David Dastmalchian admits he technically shouldn’t even be alive.
With cinemas remaining closed for the immediate future, 2021 is shaping up as a crucial scuffle between the big boys of streaming entertainment.
Legendary, the producer of Denis Villeneuve's new version of Frank Herbert's sci-fi classic Dune, is threatening lawsuits if the movie goes straight to streaming.
Warner Bros shook the film industry last week when announcing its 2021 slate of movies – including Dune, Matrix 4 and The Suicide Squad – would launch on HBO Max simultaneously with cinemas in the US.