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Dune: Part Two production slated to commence in full force in Budapest, Hungary this month

Production on the highly-awaited sequel Dune: Part Two is slated to commence in full force July 21 in Budapest, Hungary.Work on the sequel from Legendary Entertainment is scheduled to begin this week in Altivole, Italy, Deadline reported Sunday, with crew set to pre-shoot at Brion Tomb.The tomb, designed by late Italian architect Carlo Scarpa between 1968-1978, is a modernist-inspired landmark that includes a chapel, a reflecting pool and garden area, according to the outlet. The latest:Production on the highly-awaited sequel Dune: Part Two - starring Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet - is slated to commence in full force July 21 in Budapest, HungaryMost of the film's ensemble cast will be on hand later this month in Hungary, where last year's hit film was shot, according to the outlet.News of the filming schedule comes on the heels of Warner Bros.

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