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Entertainment Zendaya wants Dune sequel to continue acting education

06:50  24 october  2021
06:50  24 october  2021 Source:   covermg.com

Are you curious about the filming of 1984 after "Dune"? So you can see "Dune - The Desert Planet"

 Are you curious about the filming of 1984 after The Roman "Dune - The Desert Planet" of Frank Herbert is quite a tower: 800 pages includes the new translation, which is currently found in book stores and mailing dealers. That director Denis Villeneuve does not adapt the book to a blow, but in his new " Dune " films only the first half, is therefore an understandable decision. But at " Dune - the desert planet " from 1984 it was different. © Warner Bros.

Zendaya , who is currently set to appear in Denis Villeneuve’s Dune adaptation as Chani, will be a major part of the upcoming sequel . Zendaya ’s character, Chani, is the future concubine of Chalamet’s Paul Atreides and daughter of Imperial Planetologist Liet-Kynes, who set to be played by British actress Sharon Duncan-Brewster. A central figure in Hebert’s first two Dune novels, new details from director Villeneuve suggests that Dune : Part 2 will have her character replace Chalamet’s Paul as the narrative’s leading figure.

Can Zendaya act ? Dune (2020). I know we’re on Meme Mondays and the vibe of this subreddit at least today is amazing, but I was just watching clips of who’s gonna be our Chani, and I’m a little bit concerned. I mean I’ve been watching clips of Euphoria where she stars and I’m really not impressed with her acting ability, despite her praise, and I really want a good actress for Chani, Sean Young is incredible but was very underused, the actress for the Dune miniseries was okay, but can Zendaya pull this off?

Zendaya has pleaded with Warner Bros. bosses to greenlight a Dune sequel - as starring in the first movie improved her as an actress.

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Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of Frank Herbert's science-fiction novel only tells the first half of its story, but a follow-up is yet to be greenlit despite rave early reviews.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Zendaya issued her plea to studio chiefs to move ahead with the next film due to the filmmaking education she received from the director and her castmate Javier Bardem.

"There's so much story left to be told," she demanded. "I would love to spend more time with these characters. I learned so much as an actress and became better just from that experience of being around Denis, watching him interact with his actors and run sets, and then seeing the way Javier works too.”

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Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet tell us about making Denis Villeneuve's Dune , why they loved the challenges of taking on their roles, and the sequel . Dune is based on the hugely influential sci-fi novel of the same name by Frank Herbert. In the film, we follow Chalamet's Paul Atreides, whose family inherits custody over the planet Arrakis (or the titular " Dune "), an unforgiving desert world that also hosts the only source of something known as melange, or "spice," the most valuable material in the known universe.

Promoting their new movie, ' Dune ' actors Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet are leaving interviewers and fans in awe of their obvious affection for each other. And it shows, because you deliver every time, so it is hard to choose a favorite Timothée Chalamet project. I continue to be impressed by your work, man, and I am excited for the things that you have coming out." When they promised to be best friends forever. Chalamet and Zendaya 's love for each other has become so palpable, it's now the subject of interview questions from journalists fascinated by their close bond.


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The 25-year-old also admitted a selfish motive for wanting a sequel to get off the ground - she's become best pals with co-star Timothee Chalamet.

"I also became wonderful friends with Timothee, who's now like my family I would say," the actress explained. "We talk all the time about how fun it's gonna be if we get to do it. Selfishly, I want to do (a second film) to have fun and spend time with my friend."

Timothee stars in the lead role of nobleman Paul Atreides in the new film, with Zendaya taking on the role of Chani, his love interest - a role that gave her less time on set than she'd have ideally liked.

"I didn't want to leave," Zendaya sighed. "Denis had such a warmth, and there was a familial quality to the way it felt when I got there. I felt very welcomed by the crew and cast, everybody was so lovely to me. Denis is so detail-oriented and thoughtful; any question I had, he had thought about before. He had answers for everything, so I was able to speak with him and develop Chani very quickly. I became very close with Timothee. We were like, 'Oh, this is great, we're gonna be besties, I can tell.'"

Dune is in cinemas now.

Dune: What Fans Are Saying About Denis Villeneuve’s Latest Sci-Fi Movie .
Since Dune hit theaters and HBO Max, how have fans been reacting to Denis Villeneueve's film online?So let’s see what the fans are saying about Dune! First off, the movie was deemed a critical darling last month when it premiered at Venice Film Festival to a reported eight-minute standing ovation from its audience. CinemaBlend’s own Eric Eisenberg awarded the movie a near perfect 4.5 out of 5 in his Dune review. In terms of the audience opinions, this is a case of critics and moviegoers aligning, considering the movie received an A- on CinemaScore. With that in mind, let’s dive deeper in regards to what aspects of the movie fans went online to talk about.

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