In idea, Timothée Chalamet is the star of Denis Villeneuve’s upcoming adaptation of Dune, however you wouldn’t realize it by the reactions to the latest trailer as a result of individuals are all about one factor and one factor solely: Oscar Isaac‘s beard. Nearly instantly after the brand new trailer dropped on Thursday morning, social media began thirsting over Isaac’s look as Duke Leto Atreides when the most recent Dune preview gave them much more possibilities to screengrab his area beard. Man, are they right here for it.
Right here’s only a style of the reactions on Twitter, the place Isaac is already being hailed as a “bearded area DILF,” which is without doubt one of the web’s highest honors, or one thing that individuals simply got here up with at the moment after being beguiled by them whiskers.
lastly resigning myself to sitting via the overlong adaptation of a e book I don’t even like from a director who doesn’t use colours as a result of the enchantment of oscar isaac as bearded area dilf is just too sturdy pic.twitter.com/membMokgvk
— Kay Taylor Rea (@kaytaylorrea) July 22, 2021
In fact, the beard love shouldn’t arrive as a complete shock as individuals we’re already going to city on the Dune character posters that had been launched earlier within the week. Living proof, one intrepid Twitter person modified Isaac’s character title to easily “Daddy,” and it performs.
Right here’s the official synopsis:
A mythic and emotionally charged hero’s journey, “Dune” tells the story of Paul Atreides, an excellent and gifted younger man born into an ideal future past his understanding, who should journey to essentially the most harmful planet within the universe to make sure the way forward for his household and his individuals. As malevolent forces explode into battle over the planet’s unique provide of essentially the most valuable useful resource in existence—a commodity able to unlocking humanity’s best potential—solely those that can conquer their concern will survive.
Dune rides a sandworm into theaters and HBO Max on October 22.