Does “Dune” have a post-credits scene?
Marvel certainly didn’t invent the post-credits scene – a tease after the film’s final moments and the on-screen text listing its major contributors, which was used as early as 1966 – but Marvel has stepped up the wait. For a sprawling franchise like Dune, probably getting a sequel, it would seem natural for a Part 2 tease, maybe another vision, a prophecy. Except Dune director Denis Villeneuve is not a fan. He doesn’t like this post-credits bullshit.
“I don’t like post-credits scenes,” Villeneuve said NME in an interview. “There is a very specific final emotion that I was looking for with the final frame [of Dune] and I don’t want to play with it.
Despite the split pre-production plans Dune—Based on the first novel in Frank Herbert’s series — in two feature films, Villeneuve never officially received the green light for the sequel. Because of this uncertainty, he wanted the first movie to be complete. In an interview with Variety, he explained how he handled the production: “As I was doing the first part, I really put all my passion into it, in case that was the only one.”
The insertion of a post-credits scene would not only disrupt the emotion of the final frame – the end of Paul’s familiar life; the start of something uncertain – that would also spoil the potential finality of the film.
In the worst case: there is no follow-up. But there is also no teasing for the events that occur outside of the action of the first film.
Is there a scene after the credits in Dune?
No. Villeneuve: “No, I don’t use post-credits scenes. I never did that and I never would.
The only post-credits continuation Villeneuve and the fans want is a brand new movie. Although nothing has been confirmed yet, Villeneuve said he was optimistic. Warner Brothers CEO Ann Sarnoff also hinted strongly that a follow-up would take place.
Regarding the timing, Villeneuve said he was ready to go: “If there is ever any excitement and the film is lit green ASAP, I will say that I will be ready to shoot in. 2022, that’s for sure. “
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