Director Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner 2049 was a surprisingly devoted sequel to Ridley Scott’s authentic movie, echoing its iconic model with new concepts and developments that also felt trustworthy to core of the unique. For his upcoming adaptation of Frank Herbert’s Dune, although, Villeneuve’s has little interest in paying homage to another person’s model—particularly that of David Lynch, who made an adaptation of his personal in 1984.
Talking with Yahoo! Films on Fb (through IndieWire), Villeneuve defined that he has “large respect” for David Lynch and that he was impressed by Lynch’s Dune and its “very robust qualities,” nevertheless it’s not the variation he has “dreamed of.” So, relatively than acknowledge the opposite movie in any respect, he’s going to go “again to the e-book” and resurrect the photographs that he created in his head when he first learn it. Mainly, it seems like Villeneuve is politely saying that he wasn’t loopy about Lynch’s film—which is hardly a controversial stance—and he’s going to make one thing that’s each extra devoted to the e-book and extra devoted to his personal creativeness.