“Dune” director Denis Villeneuve continues to be bothered that his newest sci-fi epic will premiere day-and-date in theaters and HBO Max, saying that his movie was made for the massive display screen and never for televisions.
Villeneuve in a brand new interview with Total Film mentioned that the pandemic is the “enemy of the cinema” and acknowledged the “tremendous pressure” that the business is underneath, however he doubled down on a few of his earlier feedback concerning the movie’s transfer to streaming.
“The way it happened, I’m still not happy. Frankly, to watch ‘Dune’ on a television, the best way I can compare it is to drive a speedboat in your bathtub,” Villeneuve mentioned in an interview revealed Tuesday. “For me, it’s ridiculous. It’s a movie that has been made as a tribute to the big-screen experience.”
Villeneuve was one of the vital vocal opponents of Warner Bros.’ choice to place its complete 2021 slate each in theaters and on HBO Max for one month on the identical day. At the time in December, he wrote an open letter saying that the transfer confirmed that then-parent AT&T and Warner Bros. had proven “absolutely no love for cinema, nor for the audience.”
Villeneuve within the interview additionally mentioned the stress of “Dune” to carry out on the field workplace and whether or not it’ll immediate a “Part Two” sequel. The “Prisoners” and “Arrival” director defined that for many years individuals have been saying that an adaptation of Frank Herbert’s novel can be unfilmable, however his earlier science fiction epic “Blade Runner 2049” confronted a equally robust uphill battle on the field workplace, making solely $92 million domestically on a finances of over $150 million.
“Dune” opens in theaters and on HBO Max on Oct. 22, however it’ll additionally make its world premiere on the Venice Film Festival and play in a particular IMAX screening on the Toronto International Film Festival.
Read extra from Denis Villeneuve’s interview with Total Film (through Games Radar) right here.
For the document: A earlier model of this story mentioned that Villeneuve beforehand mentioned “Dune” Part 2 can be targeted on Zendaya’s character. This is inaccurate and was based mostly on an incorrect translation of an interview with an Italian publication.
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