Rebecca Ferguson on ‘Dune: Part 2’: ‘The sequel is better in every way’
Rebecca Ferguson, who we’ll see again this November as Lady Jessica in the sequel to the superhero show Dune, can’t praise the movie enough. “I have no words!”

“Dune: Part Two” – a bigger scene?

In an interview with Collider, the actress said: “I can’t stop smiling. It’s so good!” I feel so suffocated just thinking about it. The man is, first of all, the huge scope, but also the intimacy, the details! Secondly, aesthetics and representation! The first movie is nothing compared to the second movie. It’s a punch in the stomach, something unreal.”

“I haven’t seen the full editing yet,” the actress continued. But here I just wanted to see another scene, I wanted to see the magic of Austin Butler, the costumes, the ingenuity of Christopher Walken. It’s hard to describe.”

And how do you believe it?

What do we know about the movie “Dune: Part Two”?


Dune: Part Two follows the epic journey of Paul Atreides as he forms an alliance with Chani and the Fremen.
At the same time, he enters the warpath, eager to take revenge on the conspirators who led to his family’s downfall. Faced with a choice between the love of his life and the fate of the known universe, Paul seeks to prevent a tragic future that he alone can predict.

The series is directed by Denis Villeneuve, who also co-wrote the screenplay with John Spaihts. The screen will also feature Timothée Chalamet (as Paul Atreides aka Meddeb), Zendaya (as Chani), Rebecca Ferguson (as Ms. Jessica), Josh Brolin (as Journee Halleck), Stellan Skarsgard (as Vladimir Harkonnen), Dave Bautista (as Gloso Rabanne) and Javier Bardem (as Stilgar). Florence Pugh will play the Emperor’s eldest daughter, Princess Aerolane Corino. Austin Butler will play Fede Rotha. Christopher Walken joined the Hollywood blockbuster as Padishah Emperor Shaddam IV. Léa Seydoux will play Madame Margot.

In the “Dune” podcast I have a few comments

We also encourage you to tune in to our episode of the I Have Some Comments podcast, in which Julia Takzanovska and Jacob Pobielicki talk about “Dion.”

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