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Austin Butler to appear bald and pale in Dune 2: He ‘looks extremely menacing and almost monstrous’

Austin Butler apparently lost the padlock and faked it Elvis tanned for her new role in sand dunes 2according to a report from CinemaCon.

On Tuesday (April 25), select audiences at the film convention in Las Vegas were treated to an exclusive trailer for the upcoming sci-fi sequel.

After watching, some people shared that in the video, the 31-year-old Oscar nominee appeared with a bald head and pale skin.

“Austin Butler in DUNE: PART II…. completely bald and pale. Looks super creepy and almost monstrous,” tweeted discuss moviesManaging editor and co-owner of Andrew Salazar.

Butler’s character is described as “an Olympic sword master combined with the psychotic Mick Jagger”.

“Ryan Gosling shows up looking more attractive than ever and then Austin Butler there looks like a sci-fi egg that I love CinemaCon,” another joked, referring to Gosling’s. Barbie doll Look.

Daniel Howat’s Next big picture confirmed, “Yes, he is bald and looks pretty wild.” “Didn’t realize that everyone was so desperate to know about Austin Butler’s hair in #DunePartTwo,” they added.

Earlier this year, Butler said that the process of preparing for his role in the Denis Villeneuve sequel made him “hangover every time”.

The actor will play Feyd-Rautha, the grandson of the evil Baron Harkonnen (Stellan Skarsgård).

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Butler is just one of several new characters added to the film’s cast. He joins newcomers Florence Pugh, Christopher Walken, Léa Seydoux and Tim Blake Nelson along with the returning original cast, which includes Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin and Zendaya.

Elsewhere at CinemaCon, it was revealed that Hugh Grant will portray an Oompa-Loompa in the upcoming installment. Wonka film, starring Timothée Chalamat as the famous chocolatier.

New York Times reporter Nicole Sperling said that Chalamet, appearing on stage at the conference, told the crowd that seeing Grant as an Oompa Loompa was “a trip.”


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