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News movies & tv series 01 March 2024, 00:15

author: Pamela Jakiel

Does Dune 2 have a post-credits scene?

Dune 2 has officially premiered in theaters. Will Denis Villeneuve's spectacle have a post-credits scene?

Source: Diuna 2, Denis Villeneuve, Warner Bros., 2024

The premiere of the movie Dune: Part Two is a major event. Today, Denis Villeneuve's highly anticipated spectacle officially debuts in theaters. Many viewers plan to watch the epic film, which has received excellent reviews, during the opening weekend. The movie lasts 2 hours and 46 minutes, so film enthusiasts are probably wondering whether it's worth waiting until the very end to see a post-credits scene. Did the Canadian director decide to include one in his latest production?

Does Dune 2 have a post-credits scene?

No. There is no post-credits scene in Dune 2. This information might surprise fans of superhero movies. Blockbusters have accustomed audiences to the idea that it's worth staying in the theater a bit longer to see at least one additional film segment.

However, Dune 2 is an exception among cinematic hits. Just like in the first part, Denis Villeneuve decided not to include an additional scene in the second part. Why? This may be related to the fact that although there are talks of a third part of Dune – Messiah – being made, Warner Bros. has not yet officially greenlit the project. There's another reason that could explain the director's decision. Perhaps Villeneuve wanted the finale to resonate more and for the end of the film to remain in our memory.

One thing we can be sure – although there is no post-credits scene, the movie itself will surely provide viewers with many impressions and strong emotions. Critics have called the work stunning and brilliant, the best film of Denis Villeneuve, and the casting as one of the best matched in history.

Pamela Jakiel

Pamela Jakiel

Finished film studies, graduate of the Faculty Individual Studies in the Humanities at the Jagiellonian University. Her master's thesis was about new spirituality in contemporary cinema. The editor of the Filmomaniak service since April 2023, supports the lead editor and the boss of all newspeople. She used to write for naEkranie. If she's not watching The Ninth Gate for the hundredth time, then she's reading books by Therese Bohman and Donna Tartt for the first time. She prefers gnosis over dread, dramas over horrors, Jung over Freud. She looks for symbolist paintings in museums. Runs long distances, and does even the longer ones on a gravel. Loves dachshunds.