'Dune: Part Two' hits theaters on March 1
On Thursday, the two cast members were spotted arriving at Jimmy Kimmel Live! in Hollywood ahead of the film’s March 1 scheduled release date.
Zendaya, 27, was seen outside of the television studio wearing a black leather two-piece matching set. The sleek, form-fitting number featured a long-sleeved, button-down top with the buttons fastened only just below her bust. Two deep pockets were stitched at the bottom of her design, resting on each side of her hip.
Her low-rise pants were scrunched at the bottom, and the actress appeared to be wearing closed-toe Christian Louboutin shoes. Her hair was pulled back, and she accessorized her look with silver jewelry.
Chalamet, 28, kept it casual while still coordinating with his costar.
The Wonka actor was photographed wearing a black sleeveless, hooded Stüssy sweatshirt with ringed cut-outs at his shoulders.
He completed his outfit with black leather pants and silver accessories as well.
The upcoming Denis Villeneuve-directed sci-fi film features an all-star cast, including Austin Butler as the cruel and treacherous Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen, Florence Pugh as Princess Irulan Corrino, Javier Bardem as Stilgar and Christopher Walken as Emperor Shaddam IV.
Pugh, 28, and Butler, 32, were also present for the Jimmy Kimmel Live! appearance.
Dune: Part Two was originally slated to premiere in theaters on Nov. 3, 2023, close to a year after filming wrapped in Dec. 2022 following the first movie from the franchise.
However, the sequel's release was delayed amid ongoing Hollywood strikes which have since ended.
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Dune: Part One hit theaters in 2021 and earned the film six Oscars. While the movie proved to be a hit, it did leave fans wanting more of Zendaya.
The Los Angeles Times notes that the actress appears on-screen for about seven minutes total across Dune's 2-hour-and-35-minute run time. For the second installment, she’s expected to have more screen time.
"There are some characters that are less developed that I'm keeping for the second film — that's the way I found the equilibrium," Villeneuve told the outlet in 2021. "We tried in [Dune: Part One] to stay as close as possible to Paul's experience. Then, in the second one, I will have time to develop some characters that were left aside a little bit. That's the theory. I hope it will work."
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