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IMDb: Ratings, Reviews, and Where to Watch the Best Movies & TV Shows | Coming: DUNE

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Dune | In Theaters and HBO Max on Friday, Oct. 1, 2021Hollywood has tried to nail Frank Herbert‘s classic sci-fi novel for decades to mixed success, with David Lynch‘s divisive 1984 version being the best known. But since Legendary Entertainment acquired the rights in 2016, all eyes are now on Denis Villeneuve. The Blade Runner 2049 director releases the first of two Dune films this year, with an all-star cast including Timothee Chalamet, Zendaya, Jason Momoa, and many more. — James

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Dune | In Theaters and HBO Max on Friday, Oct. 1, 2021

Dune | In Theaters and HBO Max on Friday, Oct. 1, 2021Hollywood has tried to nail Frank Herbert‘s classic sci-fi novel for decades to mixed success, with David Lynch‘s divisive 1984 version being the best known. But since Legendary Entertainment acquired the rights in 2016, all eyes are now on Denis Villeneuve. The Blade Runner 2049 director releases the first of two Dune films this year, with an all-star cast including Timothee Chalamet, Zendaya, Jason Momoa, and many more. — James

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The Game of Thrones Cast Shines at the Season 8 Premiere | Vanity Fair

Adorable reunions, humorous poses, seriously strong gown game—all of it was there on the red carpet.

Source: The Game of Thrones Cast Shines at the Season 8 Premiere | Vanity Fair

“We’ve Broken the Mold”: Why There Will Never Be Another Game of Thrones | Vanity Fair

The show’s cast reminisces about their wild journey at the show’s final season premiere in New York.

Source: “We’ve Broken the Mold”: Why There Will Never Be Another Game of Thrones | Vanity Fair

‘Westworld’: Burning Questions for Season 2 | Hollywood Reporter

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Pondering the next moves for Dolores, Maeve, Bernard and beyond.

Source: ‘Westworld’: Burning Questions for Season 2 | Hollywood Reporter