Zendaya stole the present in “Dune” trailers, however with solely seven minutes on-screen, it left one thing to be desired for followers.
Viewers had been outraged after studying she would solely be featured for a really limited amount of time within the film, which is greater than two hours lengthy.
Naturally, Zendaya stans flocked to Twitter to share their frustration in regards to the actress’ lack of display screen time.
“What do you mean Zendaya is only in Dune for seven minutes,” one fan wrote on Twitter.
“Tired of seeing Zendaya paraded for press and not given the time and material she deserves,” tweeted Vulture author Zoe Haylock, who wrote the article that sparked widespread fan outrage.
“Now see, all the Dune fans coming out like ‘Well if you had read the book you’d know her character isn’t….’ I don’t want to read the book I want to see Zendaya,” tweeted another fan of the film.
Zendaya was featured in a lot of the promotional supplies for the film as an A-list actress, alongside her co-star Timothée Chalamet.
Fans seemed duped into pondering she can be featured on-screen for longer — and with extra traces — than she truly was.
“Dune” is the second movie adaptation of Frank Herbert’s novel, with the primary — from director David Lynch — flopping when it premiered in 1984. This time round, “Dune,” which debuted Oct. 22 in theaters and on HBO Max, was accompanied by reward.
The 2 ½-hour-long, action-packed sci-fi spectacle additionally options Oscar Isaac, Rebecca Ferguson and Jason Momoa, together with a slew of different notable actors to re-create Herbert’s science-fiction universe.
Directed by Denis Villeneuve, the movie follows Chalamet as Paul Atreides and his dad and mom, performed by Isaac and Ferguson, as they journey to a brand new planet that comprises the universe’s most precious useful resource.
“Dune” is the primary installment within the upcoming film collection, setting the inspiration for the remainder of the sequels.