Do we need a new 'Dune'? | The Tylt

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Frank Herbert's "Dune" is one of the greatest science fiction novels of all time, but the 1984 David Lynch film and 2000 television miniseries adaptations were widely panned. Fans freaked out when Legendary Entertainment acquired the film and television rights to the sci-fi classic, but some say there's no way to really do "Dune" justice onscreen. Do we need a new "Dune"? Read more and vote below!


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The fact that Frank Herbert's son Brian will be involved with upcoming productions of the novel is giving many fans hope it will be awesome.

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But there's so many ways a new "Dune" could go wrong...

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This North Korea news parody account already called the attempt a failure.

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 But Gizmodo is already calling it a comeback!

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The Nerdist greeted the news with excitement, reporting that "Legendary Pictures will be turning the novel series into a film franchise, with the hopes of it becoming a full-on saga like Star Wars or Star Trek."

(Editor's Note: The Nerdist is owned by Legendary Pictures.)

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Remember Sting in his metal bikini? A reboot of "Dune" could go so wrong—it already has. Maybe we should just leave it alone!

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FINAL RESULTS
Do we need a new 'Dune'?
A festive crown for the winner
#RemakeDune
#NoNewDune