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The spice must flow! Dune finally makes its way to the big screen…again. Directed by Denis Villeneuve, this film once again adapts the epic 1965 novel by Frank Herbert of a feudalistic future where powerful houses compete for the universe’s resources along with a giant sandworm or two. Paul Atreides (portrayed by Timothy Chalamet) is the son of a Royal just trying to make some new friends after his family moved to the desert planet of Arrakis, the home of the sandworm and home to the most valuable substance in the universe, the spice melange. What lies in the future for Paul Atreides and the Fremen? And what about that HBO Max series about the Bene Gesserit? If you’re looking for the Dune ending explained, join IGN host Francesca Rivera for Canon Fodder, we’ve got the full breakdown on the Dune lore.

With Dune, HBO Max has the potential of a new science fiction saga. The Dune Movie further illustrates the points put forward in the Dune trailer. The Dune film adapts the classic novel by Frank Herbet and features actors like Jason Momoa, Oscar Isaac, Zendaya, Javier Bardem, Dune Dave Bautista, and Dune Josh Brolin. The film features the music of Dune Hans Zimmer. Dune has been adapted before, both as a SyFy miniseries and Dune (1984) directed by David Lynch. The novel Dune explained that the spice melange was the most valuable resource in the universe.

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