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Five incredible places where the second part of ‘Dune’ was filmed

Five incredible places where the second part of ‘Dune’ was filmed

Many people wonder where the second part of ‘Dune’ was filmed. Here we have compiled five unique locations to which the film set traveled.

‘Dune: Part 2’ It premiered in Spain on March 1 and in its first weekend it already managed to hit theaters. Who could resist a science fiction story like this? It has everything: action, romance, family betrayals, politics…

To achieve the scenes imposing and extraordinary features of the film, director Denis Villeneuve filmed all over the world to live up to the script. The Dune universe had locations as different as Italy, the United Arab Emirates, Hungary or Jordan.

The first location, the furthest from the Arrakis desert, is the Brion Tomb, by the Italian architect Carlo Scarpa. There are scenes in which Princess Irulan (Florence Pugh) argues with the Reverend Mother Mohiam (Charlotte Rampling). It is the first time that they have allowed a movie to be recorded there. As she explains to Time Out ‘Dune: Part 2’ producer Tanya Lapointe: “The owners of the place had always said no to other productions, but in this case they had read the novel and They loved Denis Villeneuve’s first film, so they agreed to film it there.”

The Arrakis Desert

The Siq of Petra.

Origo studios have 3,000 square meters that served for reimagine Gedi Prime, the planet of the evil Harkonnen.

“It gave us the opportunity to build sets to our scale for Giedi Prime and the Imperial tent and some other sets,” he told Time Out United States producer and designer Patrice Vermette.

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