Dune 2 Story Details Reveal More Time On Different Worlds Like Giedi Prime

Cosplayer Jacqueline West, who worked on the Dune sequel, discusses how new planets will be visited in the film, including the Harkonnen homeworld of Giedi Prime.
Preceding the release of 2021's Dune, the forthcoming sequel will see Paul Atreides (Timothée Chalamet) spend more time with Chani (Zendaya) and the Fremen tribe as he works toward becoming Muad'Dib.
Denis Villeneuve, who directed the first film in the franchise, comes back to bring Frank Herbert's novel to a satisfying conclusion on the big screen.

Not much is known about the narrative of Dune: Part Two, but most of the original ensemble will return, along with some new faces.
In addition to Chalamet, Zendaya, and Austin Butler, the film also features the return of Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgrd, Dave Bautista, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Charlotte Rampling, and Javier Bardem as Lady Jessica, Gurney Halleck, Baron Vladimir Harkonnen, Glossu Rabban, Thufir Hawat, Gaius Helen Moiham, and Stilgar.
Princess Irulan (Floriana Pugh), Emperor Shaddam IV (Christopher Walken), Lady Margot (Léa Seydoux, No Time to Die), and Shishakli (Souheila Yacoub) also return for the sequel.

Writers Villeneuve, Jon Spaihts, and Eric Roth (who also authored the previous film) created the screenplay.
After winning an Oscar for his score to the first film in 2022, composer Hans Zimmer is back for the sequel.
In addition to his work on The Batman, cinematographer Grieg Fraser also contributed to the follow-up.
Fraser, who won an Oscar for Dune: Part One in 2022, has hinted that the next sequel would have even more IMAX footage than the previous film.

Although Villeneuve has stated his desire to adapt Frank Herbert's Dune Messiah, the events of the sequel will serve as a springboard for the HBO Max television spinoff Dune: The Sisterhood, starring Travis Fimmel, Emily Watson, and Obi-Wan Kenobi herself, Indira Varma.
Unfortunately, filming on the program has been put on hold as of late due to creative conflicts between director Johan Reck and the actress Shirley Henderson, who was cast as Tula Harkonnen.
When production on Dune: The Sisterhood will get back up again is still unknown.
Yet, Villeneuve has already surpassed expectations for the difficult adaptation with Dune: Part Two, which will anticipate and end Frank Herbert's original book.