Denis Villeneuve is affirmed to direct the second screen adaptation of the Frank Herbert novel - Dune
French-Canadian director Denis Villeneuve will direct a new Dune restart
It will be the second time the novel, written by Frank Herbert, will be adjusted for the screen – the first being the 1984 adaptation directed by David Lynch. Presently viewed as a faction exemplary, Lynch's unique adaptation was ineffectively gotten by film-goers and fundamentally panned.
The news comming by Brian Herbert, Frank’s son, who tweeted: It's official -- Legendary Pictures has signed the very talented Denis Villeneuve to direct the exciting new DUNE series film project.
Deepwater Horizon director Peter Berg and Ridley Scott were likewise supposedly considered for the venture.
Villeneuve has as of now picked up a notoriety for making stellar science fiction, getting an Oscar assignment for Arrival, and completing work on the up and coming Blade Runner 2049. While there is no news on who is set to star in the new film, reports recommend that a Dune establishment could be in the pipeline.