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‘Dune: Part Two’: Florence Pugh Eyed For Princess Irulan Role In Upcoming Sequel

Deadline – With Dune: Part One in the home stretch of its award-season campaign, Warner Bros and Legendary’s Dune: Part Two is ramping up its pre-production efforts, with sources telling Deadline that Florence Pugh is in negotiations to join the cast. While not confirmed, sources say she will play Princess Irulan Corrino, the eldest daughter to Emperor Shaddam Corrino IV. She would join returning cast members that include Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Zendaya and Josh Brolin, with director, producer and co-screenwriter Denis Villeneuve also returning.

Legendary had no comment. Production on the film is expected to start in the fall, with the film set to bow on October 20, 2023.

Even with Dune: Part One going day-and-date on HBO Max, the film was still able to thrive in theaters with an opening weekend of $41 million, which exceeded expectations and led to a quick greenlight for a sequel weeks later. The film has grossed $400 million at the worldwide box office to date including $108 million domestically. It also recently racked up nine Oscar nominations including for Best Picture.

As for Pugh, the Oscar-nominated actress is coming off a big year that included her introduction to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Black Widow, where she played Natasha Romanoff’s sister, Yelena. She would reprise the role of Yelena in Marvel’s Hawkeye series and the character has quickly become a favorite among MCU fans.

She is currently filming Christopher Nolan’s anticipated Oppenheimer, which also stars Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Matt Damon and Robert Downey Jr., and recently finished the Netflix pic The Wonder. She is repped by CAA, Brillstein Entertainment and Curtis Brown.

“The Falling” Blu-Ray Screen Captures

I got hold of a Blu-Ray copy of Florence’s first ever movie she did all the way back in 2014 The Falling. Florence star’s as the Abbie Mortimer and it co-stars Maisie Williams, Maxine Peake, Monica Dolan, Greta Scacchi and more and was Director by Carol Morley. Unfortunately Florence is only in the start of the movie as she die’s and that sets up the rest of the movie with them all falling as she did. I have added in 1080p Blu-Ray screen captures from the movie it’s self as well as movie stills, Promotional Shoot, on set photos and posters to the gallery.

“Father Of The Bride Part 3 (ISH)”HD Screen Captures

25 years after the last movie came out, the cast got together with a ton of new grown up family members to make a special virtual movie to help the World Central Kitchen!. Florence has joined the the short movie as Megan the baby of the family and they are all getting together for the surprise wedding of Matty Banks over zoom that is. The short movie did come out in 2020 but you can still donating by you can by clicking here! to help out. Not only can you find the HQ Screen captures in the gallery but you can watch the full short below as well.

Olivia Wilde Explains Why She Was So Nervous Filming Her Movie With Harry Styles And Florence Pugh

cinemablend – The movie may be called Don’t Worry Darling, but Olivia Wilde was anxious nonetheless.

Olivia Wilde doesn’t seem like an anxious person to me. The actor has always been a bastion of cool, and her dry wit is present in nearly every interview she conducts. In addition, she knocked the ball out of the park with her directorial debut Booksmart, a feat that many a film student would kill for. So it may surprise fans to find out that, when it came to the production of her second film Don’t Worry Darling with Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, Olivia Wilde was a bit on edge.

Olivia Wilde was the latest celebrity to grace the cover of Vogue, and the accompanying interview touched on everything from her mother’s career as a journalist to the decidedly cheeky art gracing the walls of her Los Angeles home. Ahead of the release of her second directorial venture Don’t Worry Darling, Olivia Wilde revealed that she’d originally been quite nervous to begin filming. She explained:

“If you can make a comedy that works, you tend to stay in that world, because it can be incredibly lucrative… Sophomore slump is a real thing… [I asked Jordan Peele] ‘How terrifying was it to make your second film?’ And he said, ‘Oh, so terrifying, so much scarier than the first.”

The dreaded sophomore slump can indeed be a major source of anxiety for any artist, but even more so for a celebrity who’s constantly in the public eye. Olivia Wilde’s teen comedy Booksmart was extraordinarily well-received, but her success guaranteed that her next project would be inspected under a microscope. A similar phenomenon happened to Jordan Peele when Get Out became a huge hit. His follow-up Us was thankfully acclaimed by fans and critics alike, but dodging the sophomore slump is easier said than done.

Olivia Wilde is also jumping genres. While Booksmart was undoubtedly a heartfelt comedy, Don’t Worry Darling seems to be a stylish, moody thriller. With the tonal shift comes higher expectations: critics and audiences tend to expect more from dramas. After all, no one walks into a new buddy comedy in the hopes of viewing a cinematic masterpiece. But a film by Chloé Zhao or Denis Villenueve is another matter entirely.

Another facet of the obsession with Don’t Worry Darling: the inclusion of Harry Styles. Olivia Wilde has been dating the British pop star for the majority of 2021, and the fact that he stars in her next film was quickly noted by media outlets and bloggers. Combine the hype for another Wilde film with the IRL romantic side plot, and voila: a perfect storm of public scrutiny.

All things considered, Olivia Wilde seems to be handling her transition from actor to director fairly well, and she even got into a happy relationship in the process. Whether Don’t Worry Darling lives up to the hype remains to be seen, but anticipation is high.

Don’t Worry Darling won’t hit theaters until September 23, 2022