• Denis Villeneuve says 'Dune 3' is "almost finished"
  • Villeneuve teases a "much better" sequel
  • He is adapting 'Dune: Messiah'

Hold onto your sandworms, sci-fi fans! The visionary maestro Denis Villeneuve (55) has just dropped a spice bomb that's got the entire galaxy buzzing. At a high-energy press conference in South Korea, Villeneuve declared that 'Dune: Part Two' is not just a sequel—it's a cinematic evolution that's "much better" than its predecessor!

'Dune: Part Two' - Villeneuve promises more intensity and emotion

"For me, this film is much better than Part One," Villeneuve confessed, sending shockwaves through the fandom. "There's something more alive in it." And with heartthrobs Timothée Chalamet (26) and Zendaya (25) reprising their roles, we're expecting the intensity to skyrocket!

The first 'Dune' was a desert storm of success, raking in a colossal $402 million and snagging six Oscars. But Villeneuve isn't just resting on his laurels. He's reaching for the stars, aiming for an "intensity and a quality of emotions" that will leave audiences breathless. And with the sequel's early arrival in theaters on March 1, 2023, the anticipation is as vast as the sands of Arrakis.

Villeneuve teases "more muscular" trilogy 

But wait, there's more! Villeneuve is already dreaming of a trilogy, with 'Dune Messiah' in the works. "The screenplay is almost finished," he teased, hinting at a grander vision for the 'Dune' universe. And while he may take a brief "detour" for his "mental sanity," his passion for the planet he loves is undeniable.

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So, gear up for a "more muscular" adventure that promises more action, more drama, and more Dune than ever before. Villeneuve is on a mission to make 'Dune: Part Two' a legendary journey that will redefine epic storytelling. The spice must flow, and so must the fans—to the theaters!