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Jason Momoa on his Han Solo-like Personality in Dune:’It’s a Fairly massive Movie’

Aquaman celebrity Jason Momoa maintains his character at Denis Villeneuve’s forthcoming Dune adaptation has particular attributes very similar to Han Solo from the Star Wars franchise.

The 40-year-old celebrity plays the part of Duncan Idaho from the movie, according to Frank Herbert’s classic book of the identical name.

“I have been a part of something really large… I get to play this role Duncan Idaho, who is sort of a master swordsman who is made the right man guy to Duke Leto, who’s Oscar Isaac. He is the very first man to be routed out to property Dune, and that is when I meet with the personality which Javier Bardem plays,” Momoa explained.

It is him and Timothee Chalamet, Josh Brolin, Rebecca Ferguson, and Stellan Skarsgard… It is a Fairly huge film and I expect to be this small –he is sort of the Han Solo-esque of this bunch. He is kind of this rogue warrior who shields Timothee Chalamet and that he functions Oscar Isaac,” he added.

Set in the remote future, Dune follows Paul Atreides (Chalamet), whose household assumes control of the desert planet Arrakis, that’s the only known place of this galaxy’s vital and mind-altering mineral referred to as”spice”.

Following Paul and his household are betrayed, the narrative explores topics of politics, faith, and guy’s connection to the character, as Paul directs a rebellion to revive his family’s reign. The movie will launch worldwide on December 18.