Its pages, a few of which were shared exclusively with PEOPLE, feature candid moments between director Denis Villeneuve, Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya and more
Just in time for Valentine's Day, actor and poet Josh Brolin has a new book out for Dune fans to add to their collection, Dune: Exposures.
The book, out today from Insight Editions, is a visual representation of the creative bond that formed between Director of Photography Greig Fraser and Josh Brolin, who plays Warmaster Gurney Halleck in Dune: Part One and Dune: Part Two. The first installment of the sci-fi saga based on the book series by Frank Herbert hit theaters in 2021 and earned the film six Oscars. The second film comes out March 1.
According to a statement shared with PEOPLE, Dune: Exposures collects hundreds of "intimate, evocative photographs" taken by Fraser on the sets of Dune: Part One and Dune: Part Two. The book is comprised of candid, unposed images taken by Fraser on set, accompanied by lyrical, poetic writing by Broslin.
Its pages, a few of which were shared exclusively with PEOPLE, feature candid moments between director Denis Villeneuve and cast members like Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Zendaya and Javier Bardem.
"Stark shots of iconic characters immersed in their cinematic worlds share space with candid, unmannered photos of actors and craftspeople at work, all as Brolin’s spare, poetic writing weaves throughout," the publisher says. "Simply put, this book is as close as one can get to being on set."
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Dune: Exposures will give fans of the film and Frank Herbert’s saga a peek behind the scenes of making the movie, perfect for film and photography aficionados.
For poetry fans, Brolin's words will bring the imagery to life. And for all readers, the publisher calls the book "a moving and interior chronicle of a fleetingly rare creative bond shared by two practitioners at the heights of their respective crafts."
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