There is a new generation of actress who, in recent years, has conquered the Hollywood hills like no other. It is made up of names as bombastic as Florence Pugh, Anya Taylor-Joy, Hailee Steinfeld and, above all, Zendaya, one of the most in-demand stars today.
The Californian has gone from being a Disney girl to Peter Parker’s new love interest in the arachnid saga of Tom Holland to ally with sam levinson to star in titles as acclaimed as Euphoria either Malcom & Marie. She is currently immersed in the production of another of her recent big bets, Dunes: Part 2, in which he will give life to chani.
A few days ago, the actress shared on Instagram stories a photo from the filming of this sequel: “I know I’ve been quiet, but here I am, working as usual…Sending love from Arrakis.”
The actress has now shared a new post posing in the desert, where Arrakis is presumably located. Professional colleagues like olivia munn either Storm Reid They have reacted to the image.
At the moment, little has transpired about the filming of the sequel to Dune, led once again by Denis Villeneuve and shot in Budapest, Abu Dhabi, Jordan and Italy. This second part will narrate how Paul Atreides (Timothee Chalamet), After losing a good part of his family and being betrayed by the Harkonnens, he becomes the leader of the Fremen tribe to free the planet Arrakis from the oppression of the Empire.
It should be remembered that, after the premiere of the first installment born of the classic Frank Herbert, In which Zendaya enjoyed a few minutes on the screen, Villeneuve assured that the sequel would have Chani as its protagonist.
Dunes: Part 2, which will hit the big screen on November 3, 2023, features most of the cast from the first film: they return, in addition to Chalamet and Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson. Josh Brolin or Stellan Skarsgard. Among the new signings are Florence Pugh as Princess Irulan, daughter of Emperor Shaddam IV of Christopher Walken, Y Austin Butler (Elvis) playing Feyd-Rautha, nephew of Baron Harkonnen.
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