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->''♫ [[Music/PinkFloyd And all you create\\

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->''♫ [[Music/PinkFloyd ->''[[Music/PinkFloyd ♫ And all you create\\



And all that you say]] ♫''

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And all that you say]] ♫''say... ♫]]''


* BoisterousBruiser: In the trailer, Duncan is quite expressive when welcoming Paul with a BearHug. He's also ready to "fight like a demon", and [[ScreamingWarrior shouts when throwing himself in battle]] against the Sardaukar. Bonus point for being played by Jason Momoa, who has a certain knack for playing these.

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* BoisterousBruiser: In the trailer, Duncan is quite expressive when welcoming Paul with a BearHug. He's also ready to "fight like a demon", and [[ScreamingWarrior shouts when throwing himself in battle]] against the Sardaukar.into battle]]. Bonus point for being played by Jason Momoa, who has a certain knack for playing these.



** The Sardaukar are again hidden under full pressure suits (though not as voluminous as the 1984 version), despite in the book they wore regular military uniforms and helmets.

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** The Sardaukar [[spoiler:Sardaukar]] are again hidden under full pressure suits (though not as voluminous as the 1984 version), despite in the book they wore regular military uniforms and helmets.



** Even before the trailers, the first wave of promo pics counts as well for book readers since [[spoiler:one appears to show Duncan's last stand, confirming it happens more similarly to the book in contrast to prior depictions]]. The images and trailers themselves [[spoiler:show said scene but don't otherwise telegraph his fate]].

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** Even before the trailers, the first wave of promo pics counts as well for book readers since [[spoiler:one appears to show Duncan's last stand, confirming it happens more similarly to the book in contrast to prior depictions]]. The images and trailers themselves [[spoiler:show said scene scene, but they and the image in question don't otherwise telegraph his fate]].

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* AdaptationExpansion: The main trailer indicates this already by having a scene on the Atreides's previous home planet which isn't in the book, as they meet with other people, presumably representatives of the galactic Imperium and the Spacing Guild.


** Zig-zagged when the main trailer goes a step further and outright spoils that [[spoiler:Leto dies by giving focus to him being stabbed InTheBack]], regardless of whether or not the viewer knows how it happens in the book. [[spoiler:The trailer does not, however, depict the scene from the novel where Leto actually dies attempting to assassinate the Baron by means of a [[CyanidePill poisonous fake tooth]].]]

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** Zig-zagged when the main trailer goes a step further and outright spoils that [[spoiler:Leto dies by giving focus to him being stabbed InTheBack]], InTheBack, and him giving Jessica an "if anything happens to me" talk]], regardless of whether or not the viewer knows how it happens in the book. [[spoiler:The trailer does not, however, depict the scene from the novel where Leto actually dies attempting to assassinate the Baron by means of a [[CyanidePill poisonous fake tooth]].]]


* ScreamingWarrior: Duncan shouts loudly before attacking Sardaukar invaders in the trailers.

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* ScreamingWarrior: Duncan shouts loudly before attacking Sardaukar invaders a bunch of enemies [[spoiler:(Sardaukar)]] in the trailers.



** Zig-zagged when the main trailer goes a step further and outright spoils that [[spoiler:Leto dies by giving focus to him being stabbed InTheBack]], regardless of whether or not the viewer knows how it happens in the book. [[spoiler:The trailer does not, however, depict the scene from the novels where Leto actually dies attempting to assassinate the Baron by means of a [[CyanidePill poisonous fake tooth]].]]

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** Zig-zagged when the main trailer goes a step further and outright spoils that [[spoiler:Leto dies by giving focus to him being stabbed InTheBack]], regardless of whether or not the viewer knows how it happens in the book. [[spoiler:The trailer does not, however, depict the scene from the novels novel where Leto actually dies attempting to assassinate the Baron by means of a [[CyanidePill poisonous fake tooth]].]]]]
** Even before the trailers, the first wave of promo pics counts as well for book readers since [[spoiler:one appears to show Duncan's last stand, confirming it happens more similarly to the book in contrast to prior depictions]]. The images and trailers themselves [[spoiler:show said scene but don't otherwise telegraph his fate]].

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Gurney Halleck, described in the books as an "ugly lump of a man", is played by the ruggedly handsome Josh Brolin.


* AlbinosAreFreaks: The villainous Harkonnens and their soldiers are albinos in this adaptation. The reasoning for the condition is unclear, but their homeworld of Giedi Prime was described as being heavily polluted in the novels.

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* AlbinosAreFreaks: The villainous Harkonnens and their soldiers are albinos in this adaptation. The reasoning for the condition is unclear, but Villeneuve [[https://ew.com/movies/dune-trailer-breakdown-denis-villeneuve/ explained]] that their homeworld of Giedi Geidi Prime was described as being heavily is polluted in and they're not used to the novels.sun.


The cast is pretty [[AllStarCast star-studded]], with Creator/TimotheeChalamet as Paul Atreides, Creator/OscarIsaac as Duke Leto Atreides, Creator/RebeccaFerguson as Lady Jessica, Creator/{{Zendaya}} as Chani, Creator/StellanSkarsgard as Baron Vladimir Harkonnen, [[Wrestling/{{Batista}} Dave Bautista]] as Glossu Rabban Harkonnen, Creator/JasonMomoa as Duncan Idaho, Creator/CharlotteRampling as Reverend Mother Mohiam, Creator/JoshBrolin as Gurney Halleck, Creator/JavierBardem as Stilgar, Creator/DavidDastmalchian as Piter De Vries, Stephen [=McKinley=] Henderson as Thufir Hawat and Creator/ChangChen as Dr. Wellington Yueh.

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The cast is pretty [[AllStarCast star-studded]], with Creator/TimotheeChalamet as Paul Atreides, Creator/OscarIsaac as Duke Leto Atreides, Creator/RebeccaFerguson as Lady Jessica, Creator/{{Zendaya}} as Chani, Creator/StellanSkarsgard as Baron Vladimir Harkonnen, [[Wrestling/{{Batista}} Dave Bautista]] as Glossu Rabban Harkonnen, Creator/JasonMomoa as Duncan Idaho, Creator/CharlotteRampling as Reverend Mother Mohiam, Creator/JoshBrolin as Gurney Halleck, Creator/JavierBardem as Stilgar, Creator/DavidDastmalchian as Piter De Vries, Stephen [=McKinley=] Henderson as Thufir Hawat and Hawat, Creator/ChangChen as Dr. Wellington Yueh.
Yueh, and Sharon Duncan-Brewster as Dr. Liet-Kynes.



* AlbinosAreFreaks: The villainous Harkonnens and their soldiers are albinos in this adaptation. The reasoning for the condition is unclear, but their homeworld of Giedi Prime was described as being heavily polluted in the novels.



-->'''Mohiam:''' You have proven you can rule yourself. Now you must learn to rule others... something none of your ancestors learned.\\

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-->'''Mohiam:''' You have proven you can rule yourself. Now you must learn to rule others...others ... something none of your ancestors learned.\\



'''Mohiam:''' He will lose that one too.
%%* GenderFlip: Dr. Liet-Kynes is changed into a woman.

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'''Mohiam:''' He will [[TraumaCongaLine He'll lose that one too.
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too.]]
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GenderFlip: Planetologist Dr. Liet-Kynes is changed into a woman.played by Sharon Duncan-Brewster in this adaptation, whereas the character was male in the original novel.



%%* RaceLift: Dr. Yueh, implied to be the same race as the Atreides in the books, is played here by Taiwanese actor Chan Cheng.

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%%* * RaceLift: Dr. Yueh, implied to be the same race as the Atreides Yueh was played by Caucasian actors in the books, 1984 film and the 2000 miniseries adaptations. Here, he is played here by Taiwanese actor Chan Cheng.Creator/ChangChen.



* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: Viewers familiar with the book will be able to tell from the first trailer that [[spoiler:Paul becomes the new Duke of House Atreides, as Duncan addresses him as such.]] It's only not a spoiler for everyone else because [[spoiler:the trailer avoids calling Leto a Duke too]].
** The main trailer goes a step further and outright spoils that [[spoiler:Leto dies by giving focus to him being stabbed InTheBack]], regardless if you know how it happens in the book or not.
* WaifFu: The film doesnít bother pretending we wonít notice Timothée Chalametís slender frame, with Duncan playfully ribbing Paul about it.

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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: TrailersAlwaysSpoil:
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Viewers familiar with the book will be able to tell from the first trailer that [[spoiler:Paul becomes the new Duke of House Atreides, as Duncan addresses him as such.]] It's only not a spoiler for everyone else because [[spoiler:the trailer avoids calling Leto a Duke too]].
** The Zig-zagged when the main trailer goes a step further and outright spoils that [[spoiler:Leto dies by giving focus to him being stabbed InTheBack]], regardless if you know of whether or not the viewer knows how it happens in the book or not.
book. [[spoiler:The trailer does not, however, depict the scene from the novels where Leto actually dies attempting to assassinate the Baron by means of a [[CyanidePill poisonous fake tooth]].]]
* WaifFu: The film doesnít bother pretending we wonít notice Timothée Chalametís slender frame, with Duncan playfully ribbing Paul about it.not putting on muscle.


* WaifFu: The film doesnít bother pretending we wonít notice Timothée Chalametís slender frame, with Duncan playfully ribbing Paul about it.

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* WaifFu: The film doesnít bother pretending we wonít notice Timothée Chalametís slender frame, with Duncan playfully ribbing Paul about it.


* WaifFu: The film doesnít bother pretending we wonít notice Timothy Chalametís slender frame, with Duncan playfully ribbing Paul about it.

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* WaifFu: The film doesnít bother pretending we wonít notice Timothy Timothée Chalametís slender frame, with Duncan playfully ribbing Paul about it.

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** The main trailer goes a step further and outright spoils that [[spoiler:Leto dies by giving focus to him being stabbed InTheBack]], regardless if you know how it happens in the book or not.


Previews: [[https://youtu.be/n9xhJrPXop4 Official Trailer]].

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Previews: [[https://youtu.be/n9xhJrPXop4 Official Trailer]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8g18jFHCLXk Official Main Trailer]].

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* WaifFu: The film doesnít bother pretending we wonít notice Timothy Chalametís slender frame, with Duncan playfully ribbing Paul about it.


** The Baron again undergoes bizarre oil baths, although this time he submerges himself completely on them rather than placing himself under a thin shower. A 2021 preview also showing him floating akin to the 1984 version, also copied by the 2000 miniseries, whereas he didn't actually float in the book - his anti-gravity suspensors carried most of his weight so that he could walk.

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** The Baron again undergoes bizarre oil baths, although this time he submerges himself completely on them rather than placing himself under a thin shower. A 2021 preview also showing shows him floating akin to the 1984 version, which was also copied by the 2000 miniseries, whereas he didn't actually float in the book - his anti-gravity suspensors carried most of his weight so that he could walk.


** The Baron again undergoes bizarre oil baths, although this time he submerges himself completely on them rather than placing himself under a thin shower.

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** The Baron again undergoes bizarre oil baths, although this time he submerges himself completely on them rather than placing himself under a thin shower. A 2021 preview also showing him floating akin to the 1984 version, also copied by the 2000 miniseries, whereas he didn't actually float in the book - his anti-gravity suspensors carried most of his weight so that he could walk.



** Rabban and the Harkonnen soldiers are clad in bulky green armor, while the Atreides workers wear black uniforms with high collars and kepi-like caps, both of them imitating their homologues from the 1984.

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** Rabban and the Harkonnen soldiers are clad in bulky green armor, while the Atreides workers wear black uniforms with high collars and kepi-like caps, both of them imitating their homologues from the 1984.

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