Duna footage is hiding an Easter egg Error Jodorowsky Adaptation

Alejandro Jodorowsky started back adapt Frank Herbert's Dune in the 1970s, but never got beyond the stage of development.

Duna footage is hiding an Easter egg Error Jodorowsky Adaptation
Duna footage is hiding an Easter egg Error Jodorowsky Adaptation

Duna trailer contains an Easter egg the failed adaptation of Alejandro Jodorowsky. Jodorowsky tried to fit back brilliantly iconic Frank Herbert book in 1975, a decade before dividing theaters adaptation of David Lynch hit. Chilean-French director had a lot of goals noble for the film, including the incorporation of artist HR Giger, who is art without using the film went on to influence a whole new generation of directors science fiction as a young George Luke. Jodorowsky also wanted Rolling Stones Mick Jagger man in front of the star, along with the artist Salvador Dalí. In addition, the band needed sound suitable for viewing.

Alejandro Jodorowsky wanted his opinion on the dune to be a religious experience that the public did feel like you were tripping on LSD, so I needed the perfect band for this to happen. The director went straight to Pink Floyd and French progressive rock band Magma helps bring your vision to life. Due to an overwhelming budget that kept ballooning, the film and the soundtrack never happened, but the filmmaker has spoken many times over the years about wanting original music by Pink Floyd for Dune Jodorowsky.

Fast forward about 50 years later and Denis Villeneuve has delivered the first trailer for their take on the dune. Fans of Pink Floyd realized immediately that a cover of the 1973 song of the band “Eclipse” is playing in the background of the new material, highlighting the letters “everything they touch, and all that feeling. ” Roger Waters wrote the lyrics of the song for the album of the band Revelation 1973 The Dark Side of the Moon, which is something that Alejandro Jodorowsky was well aware at the time when he approached the band to take on the soundtrack of the dune .

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Denis Villeneuve could have chosen the song Pink Floyd to chance, which would mean that all this was just a coincidence. However, many fans of Alejandro Jodorowsky probably disagree. Villeneuve is a big fan of Frank Herbert’s Dune and he is well aware of Jodorowsky attempted to make a superior adaptation on the big screen. It is believed that if he had completed his film, which would have been more than 14 hours. In addition, it would have had a lot of music of Pink Floyd on it, which is shown in the documentary Jodorowsky dune.

Salvador Dalí on the dune with a soundtrack of original music of Pink Floyd is something that the world was not ready in 1975. “Almost all battles are won, but the war was lost,” Jodorowsky after the project said on implosion. “The project was sabotaged in Hollywood. It was French and not American. His message was not” enough Hollywood ‘ “he says. To make abroad, they invited Moebius, Foss, Giger, O’Bannon, etc.” You can see the trailer dune Denis Villeneuve earlier, thanks to Warner Bros. channel YouTube.