The actor Jason Momoa has made clear that its participation in the new version of the sci-fi classic ‘Dune’, based on the literary work of the same name, has been professional experience more meaningful of his entire life: an entire claim if one takes into account that the interpreter starred in one of the great successes of the box office last year, ‘Aquaman’ and became world famous with his role as Khal Drogo in the famous series ‘Game of thrones’.
In addition to the pride you feel after that a filmmaker as renowned as Denis Villeneuve you have trusted him to bring to life one of the central characters of the story, the artist of 40 years are particularly pleased to be in a cast formed by names “stellar” as Timothée Chalamet, Oscar Isaac, Rebecca Ferguson, Stellan Skarsgård, Josh Brolin, and, above all, his admired Javier Bardem, with whom he shares a scene.
“I can’t believe we have a scene with Javier Bardem, is crazy. It has been an honor to work with Denis Villeneuve, and with a cast so great. I had never been part of something so big,” explained the astro Hollywood in conversation with the presenter Ellen DeGeneresbefore give out some details about the particular character of the man that gives life in the long-awaited production, that combines loyalty and independence in equal parts.
“I have had occasion to interpret Duncan Idaho, a master of the sword that becomes the right hand of Duke Leto, who is the character of Oscar Isaacand you have to protect Timothée Chalamet. It is a warrior rather solitary and that goes for free, a bit like Han Solobut at the same time he is a man faithful and committed to his companions”he added in the same conversation.