'Dune' continues to dazzle with an early look at the sequel at Comic-Con.

The second sequel of "Dune" is eagerly anticipated by science-fiction fans and moviegoers worldwide. 

The first installment stunned critics and spectators, raising hopes for an even better sequel. 

The first 10 minutes of the film, which is set to be released in March, were seen at the Comic Con conference in Sao Paulo.

The first installment of "Dune" was released in theaters at the end of 2021.

The film, based on Frank Herbert's novel, received positive reviews and received ten Academy Award nominations. 

 Six prizes were given to the film, most of which were in technical categories such as editing, sound, cinematography, special effects, set design, and music. 

 It is worth noting, however, that "Dune" was a contender for both the coveted 'Best Picture' prize and the 'Best Adapted Screenplay' category.

Denis Villeneuve, the director of "Dune," addressed the second act of the film at last year's Comic-Con, saying, "In comparison to the previous segment, it will undoubtedly be more dynamic.

" This is classified as an action-packed epic war picture. It's going to be a great show."

On the CCXP panel at the ongoing Comic Con conference in Sao Paulo, audiences were exposed to the opening 10 minutes of "Dune's" second part.

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