Dune: Half Two is aiming for the sky as Stellan Skarsgård teased its monumental units drew equal from Disney+ Andor, the place the manufacturing constructed a complete out of doors metropolis.
Throughout an interview with Leisure Weekly, the actor stated, “I used to be very completely happy to be in that form of ‘Star Wars’ universe and never like in lots of movies, the place you’re simply on this planet of inexperienced screens.”
Including, “As a result of it impacts you bodily when you’ve got the set. You’ll be able to’t deny that. It was the identical factor with the units on ‘Dune.’ They’re bodily there, these monumental units, and you’re feeling it in your physique. You progress in a different way.”
He continued, “We had all of Ferrix constructed up as this metropolis. It’s very thrilling.”
Skarsgård donned the character of the villain Baron Vladimir Harkonnen within the movie.
Earlier, director Denis Villeneuve Dune weighed in on Margot Fenring, performed by Léa Seydoux.
The French actor “will likely be a undercover agent within the film” and will likely be “stuffed with surprises” as revealed by the director.
Dune: Half Two will bow in theatres on November 3.