Denis Villeneuve Is Against Post-Credits Scenes: ‘I’ve Never Done That and I Would Never’

Denis Villeneuve Is Against Post-Credits Scenes: ‘I’ve Never Done That and I Would Never’
Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune” is the first part in a planned two-film adaptation of Frank Herbert’s classic novel. The movie ends on something of a cliffhanger, which is part of the reason Warner Bros. CEO Ann Sarnoff all but confirmed “Dune: Part Two” will see the light of day. But moviegoers accustomed to getting their sequel teases via post-credits scenes better course-correct. “Dune” does not have such a stinger teasing the potential “Dune: Part Two.” It turns out Villeneuve is very much against the utilization of post-credits scenes.

“I don’t like post-credits scenes,” Villeneuve told NME in an interview. “There is a very specific final emotion that I was looking for with the final frame [of ‘Dune’] and I don’t want to mess with that. So no, I don’t use post-credits scenes. I’ve never done that and I would never.”

Villeneuve also stressed that the theatrical
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