Just over an hour after being released, the trailer for Dune exceeds 2 million views on social networks.
The first trailer for Dune already exceeds 2 million views. Science fiction is one of the genres that has the most impact on codicils, just remember Avatar and Star Wars. However, for a long time production as complex and spectacular as Dune has not been seen. For months, the first trailer for the Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary production has Algeria Mobile Database been expected, but due to various complexities – including the one we all know – it had been postponed, until this Tuesday when thousands of people were surprised. It is said that in the world of cinema and series, the teaser or the first trailer is usually a cover letter that remains engraved in the minds of the audiences and that greatly influences the interest in seeing the production.
In the case of Dune, it seems that it has already generated expectations even among those who did not know that it was on the doorstep. Just over an hour after it was published by Warner on the different social media channels, the trailer for the film was directed by Denis Villeneuve and starring Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Zendaya, and Jason Momoa, has already generated more than 2 million views. To give us an idea of the impact, it has already generated more than 140 thousand tweets related to the trailer, along with tags related to the Brother Cell Phone List talent behind Dune, such as Villeneuve and Zendaya himself. For the most part, the conversation revolves around the positive reviews for the production and effects, as well as how well-posed the story looks, at least for the little more than three minutes that the trailer lasts. Although Warner did not present the release date of Dune, it did confirm that it will ‘only be shown in theaters’, which may be a coup for the production company in the so-called ‘new reality to stimulate an industry that has been badly affected.
According to data from The Hollywood Reporter, as of May 10 billion dollars had been lost from the box office. In that sense, the film based on Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel can be a stimulus for people to return to movie theaters, ones that in times of the ‘new normal’ has reopened with special measures. Countries like Mexico have established a staggered reopening according to how the coronavirus pandemic and the COVID traffic light evolves, in cities where it is already possible, for the moment a capacity of 30 percent is allowed and with protocols promoted by establishments and chains such as Cinépolis and Cinemex, as well as communication campaigns promoted by Canine.