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‘Beef’ season two could be a ‘Drive’ reunion with Oscar Isaac and Carey Mulligan

Beef season two have already begun, and it has been reported that the second instalment might see a reunion between two former co-stars.The A24/Netflix series about a road rage argument that escalates into a full-blown feud, received high critical acclaim for its first series, winning eight Emmys and three Golden Globes.It was announced earlier this year that a second season might be on the cards, with Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway and Priscilla’s Cailee Spaeny all originally rumoured to be involved.Now, according to Deadline, two more Hollywood A-listers are potentially set to join the cast, with sources sharing that Oscar Isaac and Carey Mulligan might be starring in the second season.This would mark another reunion for the two actors who starred alongside Ryan Gosling and Bryan Cranston in the 2011 action thriller film Drive, as well as the 2013 biopic, Inside Llewyn Davis.Inside sources have reportedly told Deadline that the pair are “in negotiations to star” in season two and that the roles Mulligan and Isaac are up for were the ones originally intended for Hathaway and Gyllenhaal.While it was reported to Deadline that the second season hasn’t officially been given the green light, inside sources have shared that the plot is set to centre around two feuding couples.The rumours come after a busy year for Mulligan, who played the eccentric friend of Rosamund Pike’s character in Saltburn, earned an Oscar nomination for her portrayal as Felicia Montealegre, wife of Leonard Bernstein, in Bradley Cooper’s Maestro, and starred opposite Adam Sandler in the Netflix sci-fi movie Spaceman.Isaac, whose past projects include Denis Villeneuve’s Dune, the Star Wars sequel trilogy and playing the eponymous role in Inside Llewyn
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‘Beef’ season two could be a ‘Drive’ reunion with Oscar Isaac and Carey Mulligan
Beef season two have already begun, and it has been reported that the second instalment might see a reunion between two former co-stars.The A24/Netflix series about a road rage argument that escalates into a full-blown feud, received high critical acclaim for its first series, winning eight Emmys and three Golden Globes.It was announced earlier this year that a second season might be on the cards, with Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway and Priscilla’s Cailee Spaeny all originally rumoured to be involved.Now, according to Deadline, two more Hollywood A-listers are potentially set to join the cast, with sources sharing that Oscar Isaac and Carey Mulligan might be starring in the second season.This would mark another reunion for the two actors who starred alongside Ryan Gosling and Bryan Cranston in the 2011 action thriller film Drive, as well as the 2013 biopic, Inside Llewyn Davis.Inside sources have reportedly told Deadline that the pair are “in negotiations to star” in season two and that the roles Mulligan and Isaac are up for were the ones originally intended for Hathaway and Gyllenhaal.While it was reported to Deadline that the second season hasn’t officially been given the green light, inside sources have shared that the plot is set to centre around two feuding couples.The rumours come after a busy year for Mulligan, who played the eccentric friend of Rosamund Pike’s character in Saltburn, earned an Oscar nomination for her portrayal as Felicia Montealegre, wife of Leonard Bernstein, in Bradley Cooper’s Maestro, and starred opposite Adam Sandler in the Netflix sci-fi movie Spaceman.Isaac, whose past projects include Denis Villeneuve’s Dune, the Star Wars sequel trilogy and playing the eponymous role in Inside Llewyn
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‘Euphoria’ won’t be coming back anytime soon
Euphoria doesn’t seem to be arriving on screens anytime soon, following multiple delays.Fans of the hit HBO series, which stars Zendaya, Jacob Elordi and Sydney Sweeney, have been awaiting a third instalment for more than two years, after its cliffhanger season two finale aired in February 2022.The third season suffered delays to filming and production as a result of last year’s acting and writing strikes, as well as creator Sam Levinson’s delay in completing the script.A statement made by the network (as per Deadline) revealed: “HBO and Sam Levinson remain committed to making an exceptional third season. In the interim, we are allowing our in-demand cast to pursue other opportunities.”Elordi, who plays the toxic lead male character, Nate Jacobs, received acclaim for his recent feature films, dark comedy thriller, Saltburn and memoir-adapted biopic Priscilla, in which he portrayed Elvis Presley.Meanwhile Sweeney, who plays divisive and naïve Cassie, has been promoting her latest project, horror movie, Immaculate, after kicking off the year with romcom, Anyone But You.Zendaya, who has earned Emmy awards for her portrayal of the show’s central role, Rue, a troubled teenage drug addict, has been celebrating the success of Dune: Part Two, and will soon be promoting upcoming romantic sports film, Challengers.Also recognised for his performance in Euphoria is Colman Domingo, who received the award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama in 2022, for his portrayal of recovering drug addict Ali.
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David Lynch’s lost ‘Dune 2’ script has been found – here’s what was in it
Dune sequel has been found, teasing what could have been had the director’s plans for a trilogy come to fruition.Max Evry, the author of ‘A Masterpiece in Disarray: David Lynch’s Dune. An Oral History,’ unearthed the script in July of last year while working on his book, finding it in Frank Herbert’s (the author of Dune and its five sequels) archives at California State University, Fullerton.In an article for WIRED, Evry spoke highly of the Lynch’s script, saying: “He also cracked a way to tell the complex story of Herbert’s 1969 novel Dune Messiah, easily the least cinematic book in the series.”“It may ring of sacrilege to some, but Lynch’s Dune II would have bested Herbert’s book — and been one hell of a movie,” he added.Evry noted various intriguing details about the script, including how it opened with a new set of scenes that don’t feature in Herbert’s novel, picking up in the aftermath of the Harkonnen’s attack on Arrakeen that saw Duncan Idaho (Richard Jordan) killed in action.Lynch’s Messiah would have also revealed that Leonardo Cimino’s mysterious doctor from the first film was actually a major figure from Herbert’s novels: Scytale, a “face-dancer” of the sinister genetically enhanced beings known as the Bene Tleilax.Following the assault on Arrakeen, Scytale takes Idaho’s body and attempts to resurrect him as the clone “Ghola” Hayt.
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