New 'Dune' Trailer Imagines a Futuristic Dystopian War

Warner Bros. has finally given audiences the first full trailer for "Dune," and the glimpse into the visionary war zone is one you won't want to miss.

By Jesse Conner

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Movies are finally starting to come back to theaters, hoorah!It may not be in every state, but progress is progress, and with new movies coming to theaters, that means new trailers as well. One that lots of sci-fi fans have been tirelessly waiting for is the 2020 reboot of "Dune".

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What started as a classic 1965 science fiction novel by Frank Herbert was adapted into a theatrical film first in 1984 (directed by visionary director David Lynch, with mixed results), and now we're headed back to the Duniverse for the adventure with some of the heaviest hitters currently up on the big screen.Coming from the director of "Blade Runner 2049" and "Sicario," filmmaker Denis Villeneuve's epic looks like it will be another feast for the senses, and we're pretty sure it's going to be a bumpy ride in the best way possible. From our first look, Timothée Chalamet as Paul Atreides leads the charge as he begins to realize that he has some sort of telepathic ability to see the future within his dreams (or nightmares). His role resembles in a way another character he played in Netflix's "The King." With every scene he's in, you can feel his trademark intensity, only heightened by his A-list co-stars.

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This film is overflowing with tinseltown's finest, including Zendaya, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Jason Momoa, Javier Bardem, Rebecca Ferguson, Dave Bautista, and more.

Not only are all the greats going to war with each other, but some have gone through some serious hair and makeup transformations for their roles (check out Bautista below).

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We're going to go out on a limb here and say he's probably one of the bad guys.

This all-star battle for the universe shoud bring the beloved novel to a whole new generation.

But there's only so much to tell that's better off watching, so now it's your turn to check out the video.

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