danube It premiered last Friday (3) during the Venice Film Festival and director Denis Villeneuve is already thinking of a sequel. While it hasn’t been officially confirmed, a sequel was already in the planning for the filmmaker, who is just waiting for a nod from Warner so that production can begin.
During a recent conversation, the director told that for such a film danube, it is essential to be prepared to be able to see the whole story and tell it to the public. According to him, keeping this in mind, the production of a possible sequel will be accelerated.
“When you make a film in two parts, when you do the first part, you have to know what you’re going to do in the second part,” Villeneuve explained. “So I’d say I’ll be ready to start very quickly.”
Javier Bardem and Denis Villeneuve behind the scenes of ‘Duna’.Source: imdb/breeding
He explained that “to go fast on a film of this size, you still need to build sets, costumes, so we’re talking months. If there is interest and the film gets a green signal in the coming months , so I would say that I will be ready to shoot in 2022, definitely. I would love to, because I am ready to start, and I would say I would love to get it on screen as soon as possible.”
In addition to directing, Villeneuve also signed the script with Jon Spahats (Mother) and Eric Roth (a star is bornThe film’s cast includes Chalamet, Zendaya, Oscar Isaacs, Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, Dave Bautista, Jason Momoa, Stellan Skarsgard, Javier Bardem, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Charlotte Rampling, Sharon Duncan-Brewster and Chen Chang.
. for the next stage danube Takes place on September 11 during the Toronto International Film Festival. The film is scheduled to premiere in Europe on 15 September and in Brazil and the United States on 22 October.