Florence Pugh She is one of the most loved and admired stars in Hollywood, an actress who has earned a solid and recognized career by hand at the age of 27. Lady Macbeth (2016) discovered it for us, midsummer (2019) consecrated it and in little women (2019) the joevn made us empathize with Amy March.
Although during these years he has not stopped adding authorial projects such as The Prodigy (2022), his jump to Marvel with black widow (2021) or her next role in the sequel to Dune they have introduced it to mainstream cinema. In Dunes: Part 2, which opens on November 3, the British will give life Irulan Corrino, the princess of the empire
It is a fundamental character in what remains to be adapted from the novel by Frank Herbert, who documents the history of paul atreides (Timothee Chalamet) and is destined to marry him. In the Dune de Villeneuve that we have already seen, however, Irulan’s narration was replaced by that of chani: the native Fremen who plays Zendaya.
Be that as it may, Pugh is reunited in this new production with Chalamet, with whom he already worked on little women, but this time they had to be separated during the filming of the film. What has happened between the two shining stars?
Pugh and Chalamet, estranged in ‘Dune 2’
Before you can misinterpret the estrangement between the young actors on the set of the sequel to Dune, We clarify that this has not been due to any clash or brawl. Everything contrary. Villeneuve had to separate them because they were having too much fun together.
Florence Pugh has spoken about her career in a special for the magazine TIME about the leaders to keep track of in this new generation of artists and creators who will influence the future. During the conversation with the actress, she revealed her experience on the set of Dunes: Part 2 with his good friend Timothée Chalamet.
After Villeneuve described her as “mischievous”, Pugh has confirmed to the magazine that she and her partner had to be separated on set because they were having too much fun. The filmmaker, yes, has not hesitated to ensure that, beyond the fuss that she created behind the scenes, once the filming started, Florence “was pure fire.”
In that same article, Villeneuve has also explained why he added Pugh to the sequel to Dune. Apparently, the Canadian had the future of cinema in mind: “I needed actors with enough charisma. And I think Florence, Zendaya, Timothée and Austin [Butler] They will be the new power in Hollywood. These strong and charismatic figures will bring people back to theaters.”
Before Dunes: Part 2, Pugh will return this summer to the big screen with oppenheimer (July 21), an ambitious production of Christopher Nolan in which the director will address the invention of nuclear weapons through the figure of J. Robert Oppenheimer and his role as developer of the atomic bomb.
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