Austin Butler it is Tom Hanks collaborated for the first time in the acclaimed biopic of Elvis Presleystarring hanks tom parkerAgent of King of Rock, played by Servant,
in an interview for sunday time, Servant He said that he eventually formed a relationship with Hanks, who gave him valuable advice during recording.
“He told me that I was so immersed in Elvis that it would be better for my mental health to go straight to another job. Otherwise, I might get an emotional shock.”
Servant Hanks’ advice and will now play villain Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen in ‘Dune: Part 2’.
in the novel written by Frank HerbertHe is the cunning and cruel nephew of Baron Vladimir Harkonnen (Stellan Skarsgard), who develops an intense rivalry with Paul Atreides (thimoty chalamet,
as disclosed cinemaconThe star’s look was radically changed, as she was dyed brown and had to shave her head to incorporate the villain.
in an interview for DiversityDirector ofElvis’, Baz Luhrmannreveals what his reaction was to seeing the King of Rock performer in such a terrifying look.
“He sent me some pictures before the official release. But I only saw her from behind in the pictures, but I still found it creepy. ‘It can’t be him’ is what I thought at the time. But I also thought, ‘It’s very brave of him to play a character so different from Elvis. That’s one of the advantages of working in a creative field.”
Remember that the premiere of the sequel is scheduled 03 November 2023,
View images of Paul Atreidis (Chalamet), sugar (Zendaya), Lady Jessica Atreides (Rebecca Ferguson), as well as Princess Irulan Corrino (Florence Pugh,
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Remember there will be a return in the sequel too josh brolin it is Javier Bardemin addition to the introduction Christopher Walken, Sauhela Yakub it islee seydoux (‘007: No Time to Die’), who will play Lady Margot, an ally of the Brotherhood.
released simultaneously in theaters hbo max In the North American region, the first film was a box office success and grossed more $400 million Whole world.
Ahead, ‘dune‘ was also critically acclaimed, earning 83% approval On Rotten Tomatoes.
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