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Download the script of Dune (2021)

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Based on the novel ‘Dune’ by FRANK HERBERT and written by JON SPAIHTS and DENIS VILLENEUVE
and ERIC ROTH, the screenplay of Dune is a dense 111 page-long sci-fi oddity. Nominated to Best Adapted Screenplay 2022 Academy Awards, the script of Denis Villeneuve’s Dune (2021) is now up for download.




The only Big Studio blockbuster to be nominated at the Oscars, Dune (2021) is a gripping sci-fi fable that has done the impossible. Considered to be one of the greatest science fiction texts of all time, Herbert’s epic has been adapted, a couple of times before.

Prior to the French-Candian director’s big swing at it, both David Lynch and Alejandro Jodorowsky (albeit unsuccessfully) tried their hand at it. Now, the expansive nature of the narrative, including the socio-political undertones that it carries is not a simple thing to put on screen. The fact that there are so many plot points and characters that somehow become hard to keep up is another reason why the text is deemed unfilmable.

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This is the reason why Villeneuve took entire control over it and broke the breathtaking world into two. Dune (2021), now titled Dune: Part 1, charted the hero’s journey out of his nest to a world of unknowns. While it would be exciting to see what the director does with the follow-up, the screenplay at hand is so full of compact scenes that, it becomes impossible to keep it down once you have acquired the taste of spice land.




Starring Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Javier Bardem, Jason Momoa, and Josh Brolin, check out the script of Dune (2021) – Part 1 below.

DOWNLOAD THE DUNE (2021) SCRIPT Here

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