Kyle MacLachlan, who played Paul Atreides' character in the original "Dune" movie released in 1984, opened up about his potential cameo in the upcoming installment of "Dune: Part 2."

The 63-year-old actor revealed he had watched the new version of his movie, which released in 2021, and enjoyed it. However, MacLachlan noted his cameo totally depended on the director Denis Villeneuve.

"I think it's totally up to Denis and whatever he wants to do. I watched his film, it was great, I enjoyed it," MacLachlan told ComicBook on Wednesday. "Had a tremendous sense of nostalgia, to be honest, watching some of the sequences and remembering stuff that I did with our cast in 1983."

"So, it was a trip down memory lane for me, but I thoroughly enjoyed it, and who knows? Who knows what he's got up his sleeve," he added.

The 1984’s "Dune" was a box office disappointment. The flick was helmed by director David Lynch. Besides MacLachlan, the movie also starred Francesca Annis, Patrick Stewart, Sean Young, Brad Dourif and Alicia Witt.

The new movie version of "Dune" featured Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Jason Momoa, Stellan, Javier Bardem, Skarsgård and Dave Bautista. The movie was released on Oct. 22 in theaters and on HBO Max.

The second installment is slated to release on Oct. 20, 2023.

"Dune" was based on Frank Herbert's novel of the same name, dropped in August 1965. The novel had explored more about space travel, which was shown very little in the first installment. However, fans can expect to see more space traveling in the upcoming installment.

Following the release of the first installment, Villeneuve revealed some details regarding "Dune: Part 2."

"I tried to keep all the space-traveling as mysterious as possible, like almost bringing some kind of mysticism or sacred relationship with that part of the movie," he told Empire magazine in November last year. "Everything involving space is just evocated and very mysterious."

On the work front, MacLachlan will be next seen in the movie, "Confess, Fletch," which is under post-production. It is helmed by director Greg Mottola. The actor will also feature in a TV series, "Joe vs. Carole," which dropped on this Thursday.

The new "Dune" movie will be released on Dec. 18, 2020. Dune Movie/Facebook