Dune: Oscar Isaac confirmed that there will be reshoots

Dune is one of the most anticipated movies. A few days ago, the movie was rumored to be having reshoots. Finally, Oscar Isaac confirmed this data.

After the pandemic we are experiencing, many of us are eager for the time for new films to be released in theaters. One of them is Dune of Denis Villeneuve. This film managed to finish its production before the coronavirus, but now the actor Oscar Isaac revealed that they were called for reshoots at the end of the year, which means that the film is not entirely ready.

According to Movieweb, Oscar Isaac confirmed that Dune He is in his final stages of production, but he and his teammates have been called back on set for minor reshoots. This took him by surprise, but he remembered that in high-budget productions this is quite normal. He also revealed that he has already seen the footage of the film and was impressed by what Denis Villeneuve Has got.

“We are going to do additional filming in mid-August, we were told in Budapest, Hungary. I saw some of the stuff that has already been edited and it just looks amazing. Denis is a true artist and it will be exciting to see him when he is established. It's a wild thing to do reshoots a few months after it premieres, but that also happened with Star Wars, "revealed the actor.

A new adaptation

Dune It is one of the most anticipated movies of the year. After losing the spring and summer locked away and without a cinema, the film is one of the few films that has not seen changes in its release date, in mid-December. Here the real question is whether those reshoots can take place. Although European countries such as France and Spain are already reopening after the hardest part of the confinement, the entire continent is vigilant for a possible second wave.

This film is based on the classic science fiction novel by Frank Herbert, and recently it was revealed that it took more than a year to create the huge worm that we will see in Dune.

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