Even as Timothée Chalamet basks in the afterglow of bones and all and his 10 minute standing ovation, Hollywood’s golden boy has hardly forgotten his Dunes co-star, Zendaya. The two actors, who are rising in the modern industry, have faced the chaotic rise to stardom side by side. As the space sci-fi epic took hold of its main cast, it was no surprise to witness the unspoken trance-inducing spell emanating from beyond the screens through the performances of Chalamet and Zendaya.
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As the stars prepare once again for the second part of Denis Villeneuve’s epic adventure, Timothée Chalamet talks about the incredible talent embodied by Zendaya and the enviable relationship that was created between them in the aftermath of their passage on the tray.
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Timothée Chalamet’s star power does not lie in his aesthetically charming presence or the endearing humility that emanates from his many public appearances and interviews. The emerging A-lister arrived on the cinematic landscape in his early twenties and swept the world with his unrealistic appeal when he captured the attention of billions overnight with Luca Guadagnino. call me by your name. As time turns in on itself and popular demand grows, Timothée Chalamet becomes one of the few actors capable of delivering a consistent palette of blockbuster films and precariously placed indies like the latest cannibalistic romance, Bones and all.
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The film’s promotional tour finally brings the actor into the interview room with Variety where Chalamet barely holds back in his appreciation of co-stars, Florence Pugh and Zendaya. Speaking of this one and her Dune: part two appearance, the infamous Statistics the rapper’s claims,
“[Zendaya] did not wrap [filming] again and it’s amazing. She brings exactly what she brought to the first – which was amazing – but in greater abundance. And she really became a sister. I am so grateful to count her as a partner, sister and friend.
The qualitative praise that Zendaya manages to receive from every aspect of the industry she touches — fashion, production, acting — is nothing new. However, the brotherly affection received from Chalamet will definitely calm the canon ship of the Zendaya-Tom Holland fandom that has seen the latter couple grow into friends and more over the years filming the MCU. Spider Man trilogy.
The multifaceted beauty of Timothée Chalamet Dunes
Warner Bros movie, Dunes (2021) brought together some of the best actors of the generation, veterans alongside new ones, and managed to deliver a timeless masterpiece condensed into the space of a film that is as visually mesmerizing in its cinematography as it is rich in his breathtaking story. Although controversial for reasons that go far beyond the original novel’s “white boy savior” amid world-building and plotting heavily influenced by Islamic beliefs, Dunes deftly escapes the complexities of drama to deliver a space adventure that also feels like a period piece.
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The 2021 film is now set to be followed by an equally masterful sequel which stars the talented Florence Pugh, who is set to play Princess Irulan opposite the messiah who has been seen as “less than a god, more than a man.” The overall distribution of Dune: part two includes Timothée Chalamet as Paul Atreides, Zendaya as Chani, Rebecca Ferguson as Lady Jessica Atreides, Javier Bardem as Stilgar, Austin Butler as Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen, Stellan Skarsgård as Baron Vladimir Harkonnen, Josh Brolin as Gurney Halleck, Léa Seydoux as Lady Margot, Dave Bautista as Glossu Rabban Harkonnen, Christopher Walken as Emperor Shaddam IV, and Charlotte Rampling as Reverend Mother Mohiam.
Dune: part two premieres on November 3, 2023.