The ending of 'Dune' explained, and what to expect from Part Two

You might have some questions after watching Dune, the main one being, “wait, that’s it? There’s got to be more, right?”If that’s the case, don’t worry: You’re not alone. As epic and engrossing as Dune is, it only adapts part of Frank Herbert’s novel, resulting in an inconclusive ending that sets up an as-yet unconfirmed Dune: Part Two.Despite its abruptness, Dune’s ending still leaves us with a lot to get excited about, and quite a bit to unpack. From the meaning of Paul’s visions to what those nasty Harkonnens will do next, here are the main takeaways from Dune’s ending – and what we can expect from the sequel.”My road leads into the desert”

A big turning point for Paul
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Dune ends with Paul Atreides (Timothée Chalamet) and his mother Jessica (Rebecca Ferguson) on the run from the Harkonnens. They meet

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