Dune: Part Two is upon us, and the sci-fi girlies (like myself) can't wait to see our space-faring faves battle it out for the desert planet.
Denis Villeneuve's Dune is obviously based on a series of novels, but if you haven't read the books or seen any previous movies, all you need to know is that "spice" is the main export of this sci-fi world, and everyone is fighting over it.
But none of us knew how spicy this universe of warring planets could get until Josh Brolin entered the chat with his new book.
In the films, Josh is Warmaster Gurney Halleck — a headstrong, high-ranking soldier in service to House Atreides.
Timothée Chalamet is Paul Atreides, the heir to one of the great houses in this sci-fi epic.
So, it only makes sense that Gurney takes the well-being and safety of Paul very, very seriously. And Timothée and Josh definitely do the characters justice with their on-screen chemistry.
In a new book, Dune: Exposures, the series' cinematographer Greig Fraser documents the filming process with still photos to showcase the beautiful sets of Dune: Part One and Dune: Part Two, and Josh — the handsome face behind Gurney — "shares his on-set experience through his vivid, poignant writing."
Ahead of the book's release, Josh's beautiful poem for Timothée is going viral, and the internet is having a lot of fun trying to decipher its meaning.
"Your face is etched by adolescence," Josh writes. "Your cheekbones jump toward what are youth-laden eyes that slide down a prominent nose and onto lips of a certain poetry."
I just clutched my imaginary pearls.
"And the way you hold my gaze makes me fear my own age."