Dune: Timothée Chalamet Confirms Trailer Will Be Released In August

Following Zendaya's high praise, many fans were wondering when the Dune trailer was going to be released. Now, Timothée Chalamet revealed that it will be seen this August.

It had been suspected for weeks and now comes the double confirmation: the first trailer of Dune will be seen before the end of the summer. In fact, one of its protagonists, Timothée Chalamet, has been even more specific on Twitter, telling his fans that the images will arrive this August. So the wait to see more details about this new film could be coming to an end.

The film directed by Denis Villeneuve adapting Frank Herbert's work is one of the most anticipated of the year, although there are still months to go until the set release date: December 18. The director is working against the clock to have it finished on time despite the fact that the coronavirus is not making it easy for him. "Dune" explores the story of a brilliant young man who must travel to the most dangerous world in the universe to ensure the future of his family and his people. The planet Arrakis, also known as Dune, contains a highly coveted drug that is sought after by rival factions on many planets.

Zendaya will be … but little

The other confirmation that we mentioned at the beginning of the news comes from the hand of Zendaya, who in the film plays Chani, the Fremen wife of Paul Atreides, the character of Chalamet. In an interview for InStyle magazine, the actress and singer shared her impressions of the trailer that she has already seen: "I wasn't very into it and when I saw the trailer I thought 'My God!' I called Timothée and said, 'Man, you have to be proud.' It doesn't mention a date, but it does let us know that the Dune trailer is now assembled and ready to go.

On the other hand, Zendaya revealed that her role in the film is not as relevant as we might think: “It is something very important to form even a small part of something with such a massive cast. And I love science fiction. It's fun to escape to another world. " This Dune film will cover only the first part of the story as the script is designed to have an immediate sequel.

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