Dune: Denis Villeneuve Explains Why We Won’t See Deleted Scenes




While 2021 featured some amazing movies that we’ll all be watching for many years to come, for me there was one film that stood above everything, and that was Denis Villeneuve’s Dune. While Villeneuve has shown his gift behind the camera on his previous films like Arrival, Sicario, and Blade Runner 2049 (just to name a few), what he did on Dune was astounding. Each time I’ve seen the film I’ve felt like I was transported to the other side of the galaxy, getting to witness Paul Atreides’ journey as a silent observer. I cannot recommend this film enough.

Last week I got to speak with Villeneuve for the first time about Dune. During the interview, he talked about the ten Oscar nominations, why he’ll never release any of the deleted scenes, if the two hour and thirty-five-minute runtime was a studio requirement, the way he works with cinematographer Greig Fraser, and which of his films changed the most in the editing room and why. In addition, Villeneuve talked about Dune Part II, how the script is done, if he feels more pressure working on the sequel than the first film, if Dune could end up being three movies, and more.

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