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As evidenced by 1984’s failed adaptation, it seemed that Dune was always destined to be divisive, as is often the case with adaptations of popular books. Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel Dune is one of the most beloved sci-fi stories ever written, and finding a way to translate its popularity to the screen without upsetting its most ardent fans is something of a minefield. It ultimately comes down to the same issue that Hollywood has been faced with for decades: the fundamental differences between page and screen often prove to be insurmountable. This might be particularly true for Dune, as the book has such a die-hard following, and the 1984 film, while a box-office bomb, has gained cult status.

As the title suggests, Halloween Ends will likely bring a close to the more than 40 years of terror wrought by Michael Myers. It’s been hinted at by both Jamie Lee Curtis and Halloween Kills that Laurie Strode will have to die in order for Michael to go down as well, so she’ll likely sacrifice herself to kill him. Halloween Kills also suggests Michael Myers is more than a man since he’s shot and stabbed several times and never goes down, so it’ll take more than traditional weapons for Laurie to finally kill him. Halloween Kills’ ending implies Michael isn’t an evil person, but rather a manifestation of evil, so it’s possible one of the characters, or even Laurie herself, will end up donning the white mask. “Evil dies tonight,” was the mantra of Halloween Kills but, as its ending proved, evil may simply resurrect in Halloween Ends.

Dave Bautista says that his role in Dune validated his decision to leave wrestling. After a successful period in the WWE, Bautista began his acting career with smaller TV roles, often portraying himself in cameos. Since then, he has gone on to become a global film star, starring as Drax the Destroyer in the MCU’s Guardians of the Galaxy as well as appearing in Blade Runner 2049 and Spectre.Avengers: Endgame co-director Joe Russo comments on his possible return in the MCU. Joe and his brother, Anthony Russo, boarded the franchise back in 2014 via Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Due to the great reception to the political thriller, the pair was tapped to direct Captain America: Civil War in 2016. That, too, was a hit, which convinced Marvel Studios that they were the right filmmakers to wrap up the Infinity Saga.

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