Stephen’s “Dune” Spoilers With Rebecca Ferguson

Published on October 2, 2021

Stephen has seen “Dune” already, and even Rebecca Ferguson can’t stop him from revealing way too much about the movie which opens on October 22nd in theaters and on HBO Max. #Colbert #Dune #RebeccaFerguson

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  • Linden 2 years ago

    It’s not released in my country until 21 October. I hope I can avoid hype until then!

    Really hope it is highly successful because there is so much story to tell from the Dune universe that deserves good screen adaptation.

  • Arai See 2 years ago

    “Do I have a bigger role?”
    Lady… you’re set for another 5 movies if Denis get his way.

  • Wrenn Einzbern 2 years ago

    Rebecca was great but I loved Saskia Reeves as Lady Jessica in the Dune miniseries. Everyone should go watch it. Hopefully in part 2 Rebecca will get to do more and reach that level.

  • Shawn Xu 2 years ago

    Man she is beautiful

  • nemonius_nihil 2 years ago

    Fellow citizens of the Colbert Nation, I implore you to demand a Colbert podcast where he can talk for many hours with people. This old fashioned limited interview way is not enough! He wouldn’t have had to wrap it up if he was unrestricted!

  • Domaniac 2 years ago

    I keep forgetting that the movie isn’t out in the states yet. As a European who has already seen it on the big screen: Go do it! This one needs to be seen in a theatre.

  • Willow Slough DX 2 years ago

    No, no, no! Bardem should have been Baron Harkonnen.

  • Organon 2 years ago

    Dune, not Doon, Stephen.

  • Antora Sarkar 2 years ago

    This my most favourite show

  • Red Sparks 2 years ago

    I am really looking forward to the Dune movie. To get up to speed she should check out the youtube channel Quinn’s Ideas as he really breaks down the entire Dune saga.

  • Beatriz Menezes 2 years ago

    She’s amazing

  • Scapegoat Iscariot 2 years ago

    the dear lady may not know this since she has not finished the book but the lady Jessica delivers a line close to the end that is to me, utterly breathtaking and heartwarming.
    I love this dark and sad story. It’s a fantasy that reflects reality quite accurately. Frank wanted to explore the question, “What do we do with our messiahs, with our heroes?” and “I believe every hero should come with a warning stamp on his forehead, “warning: maybe dangerous to your health”.
    This story explores the deep entanglement of religion and politics, political intrigue among lesser powers, the powers of religion upon very simple people and the endless work of an honored ecologist who inspired these simple people to bring a balance of water to the desert without killing the substance of the spice, the Giant worm, Shyhalude.
    The first book was written to be one story ended where it’s at, not knowing how it would be received. It is a masterpiece in itself.

  • Lindsey A Riegel 2 years ago

    i cant wait. I’m going to theater with my bf!

  • Scapegoat Iscariot 2 years ago

    Has anybody posted, “Fear is the mind killer”, yet?
    Well, there it is.

  • RhondaH 2 years ago

    Loved the original movie. Hated the first remake. Will give the second remake a chance.

  • Ali Mohammad 2 years ago

    Dune the movie that was never made, I hope this will be released

  • Suaird 2 years ago

    Having watched the Old Dune only recently and seeing that Zendaya’s character was only on screen, played by Sean Young,for about 15 minutes I’ll be interested to see how much the feminisation of Hollywood we give her more screentime in this new adaptation.

  • Sagan Zheiler 2 years ago

    loved books like dune, lotr, battlefield earth growing up. still do. waiting avidly for the movie


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