Josh Brolin Talks His Part One Sendoff in Dune: Part Two

Josh Brolin Talks His Part One Sendoff in Dune: Part Two

Although there is a lot to love aboutDune, one aspect of the film is that it is at its core, half a movie. In the beginning, people kept comparing the series to Lord of the Rings, in that each film didn''t have a particular beginning, middle, and end, so there were always some aspects of it that would feel abrupt. Brolin was asked if his abrupt nature of scenes ending in Part One and teased theDune: Part Two script.

I can''t answer that. I think the book suggests that, but it suggests a lot of things. And even if Denis is making these choices and having these dreams, we didn''t use it. So, when I saw the second one about two weeks ago, I realized that the post was so important, if not more important. (Laughs.) I think it was a good place to go. But I''m still aware that it was all selfish.

Part Two of the production for Dune is expected to start this summer and as we get closer, we should learn more about the new cast members. If you believed the marketing push for Part One was a lot that will not be much longer now that Warner Bros. and Legendary have some Oscars under their belts.

Dune Summary: A mythic and emotionally charged hero''s journey, "Dune" tells Paul Atreides, a gifted and capable young man born into a profound destiny beyond his understanding, who must travel to the most dangerous planet in the universe in order to ensure the future of his family and his people. As malevolent forces explode into a conflict over the planet''s exclusive supply of the most precious resource in existence, a commodity capable of unlocking humanity''s greatest potential will survive.

Dune, directed byDenis Villeneuve, stars Oscar nominee Timothee Chalamet ("Call Me by Your Name," "Little Women"), Mark Evans, and Oscar Isaac (The "Guardians of the Galaxy" movies), including "Jug Ryan," "Kinney "Milk," "Milk," "Milk," "Milk," "Milk," "Milk," "Milk," "Middle Woman,," and Javier Bardem,

Have you enjoyed this? Please share your thoughts on social media!

Related Articles