Josh Brolin calls Denis Villeneuve’s Dune ‘a cinematic masterpiece. The review of Josh Brolin comes after he viewed the final cut of the movie.
The actor talked to ACE Universe. He said that the movie was screened for a select few audiences and he was blown away by it. He said that the movie is ‘a cinematic masterpiece’. Josh Brolin was certainly impressed with how every character was handled well giving each of them the required screen time. Also, on top of that, the story of the movie never lost its direction. The actor said that the director has done justice to the story.
Brolin plays Gurney Halleck in the film, which also stars Zendaya, Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Javier Bardem, Jason Momoa, and Dave Bautista.
The actor also appreciated the use of strategic lighting in the movie done by Greig Fraser (director of photography. According to Brolin, the lighting brought everything together. The actor continued and recalled the movie No Country For Old Men. He said that the feeling of something happening great felt while watching No Country For Old Men is similar to when you watch Dune. You know that something great is coming together but you don’t see it until it is finished.
Total Film interviewed the director of Dune, Denis Villeneuve. The director shared that this movie is one of the toughest things he has done. And he hinted towards making a part two of the movie. He said that the production studio has loved the movie and might go forward with making a Dune: Part Two.
You can Dune in theaters on October 22 in the US along with stream it on HBO Max. The movie will also release in the UK theaters on October 21. If you want more movie updates, interviews, and more pop-culture news, make sure to keep a tab on this space.
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