Shooting One Dune Scene Almost Left Jason Momoa Crying with Happiness

Shooting One Dune Scene Almost Left Jason Momoa Crying with Happiness
Filmmaker Denis Villeneuve has gathered one of the most ambitious casts seen in modern Hollywood for his big-screen adaptation of the sci-fi classic novel Dune. Jason Momoa joins the movie in the role of Duncan Idaho, a heroic figure who acts as a mentor for the protagonist Paul Atreides. In an interview with Men's Health, Momoa revealed how overwhelming it was to be a part of such an eclectic cast, particularly Oscar-winner Javier Bardem. One scene in particular almost had Momoa crying from happiness.

"We were sitting at this table, and the scene is all about Javier walking into the room. I've never seen someone strut into a room like such a boss. He just comes right up to this table and stares everybody down. He's glaring at everyone else but giving me a little bit of a twinkle, and I'm just giggling inside because I can't believe I'm at this table right now.
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