In a lighthearted moment, actor Timothée Chalamet jokingly took credit for the distinctive sandworm-shaped popcorn bucket associated with the upcoming film “Dune: Part Two.” The actor, who reprises his role as Paul Atreides in Denis Villeneuve’s highly anticipated sci-fi sequel, playfully claimed, “I designed that.”
The sandworm popcorn bucket has captured attention for its unique and eye-catching design, serving as both a nod to the film’s iconic desert creatures and a creative twist on the typical popcorn container. Chalamet’s humorous remark adds a touch of levity to the film’s promotional activities.
“Dune: Part Two” follows the success of its predecessor, continuing the epic narrative adapted from Frank Herbert’s classic science fiction novel. This time, Chalamet shares the screen with actor Austin Butler in what promises to be another visually stunning and narratively rich installment.
The actor’s playful comment showcases the camaraderie and enjoyment among the cast and crew during the filmmaking process. As fans eagerly anticipate the release of “Dune: Part Two,” Chalamet’s wit adds an extra layer of entertainment to the promotional campaign, creating buzz and excitement around the upcoming cinematic experience.