DUNE International Trailer Spotlights Incredible New Footage From Denis Villeneuve's Sci-Fi Epic

A stunning new international trailer for Dune is now online, and it's comprised almost entirely of previously unseen footage from Denis Villeneuve's upcoming sci-fi adaptation. Take a look...

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Dune will be with us in exactly one month's time (it's already playing in some parts of the world), and Warner Bros. China has now released a new trailer which is made-up almost entirely of previously unseen footage.

Though there's nothing too spoiler-y here, it's certainly a revealing look at the film for anyone who hasn't read the book.

Along with some stunning new shots of Arrakis and the Atreides and Harkonnen armies readying for battle, we see Paul (Timothée Chalamet) experiencing a vison of his own death, someone riding a sandworm through the dessert, Duncan (Jason Momoa) facing down a legion of Sardaukar, and more.

Then, right at the end, we hear Paul using the "Voice" for the first time!

Dune opened in several overseas locations last week, and has been performing very well so far. How much success it'll find when it's released in US theatres and on HBO Max on October 21 remains to be seen, but this is an encouraging start.

For those unfamiliar with the source material, Dune follows the Atreides family as they relocate to the desolate planet of Arrakis to assume control of the production of the most valuable resource in the galaxy, the Spice Melange. Unfortunately, an act of treachery soon makes an outcast of The Duke Atreides' youngest son Paul, and he must accept his destiny as a powerful prophet of the Arrakis natives known as The Fremen.

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