Dune Part 2 Cast Salary: Zendaya Makes a Massive Amount

Timothée Chalamet and others salary for Dune Part 2


Dune: Part Two is an upcoming epic science fiction movie in the United States. It is directed by Denis Villeneuve, who also co-wrote the screenplay alongside Jon Spaihts. Serving as the sequel to the 2021 film Dune, it forms the second part of a two-part adaptation of Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel, Dune. The story continues with Paul Atreides as he joins forces with the Fremen people on the desert planet Arrakis in their fight against House Harkonnen. The movie features an ensemble cast including Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgård, Dave Bautista, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Zendaya, David Dastmalchian, Charlotte Rampling, and Javier Bardem, reprising their roles from the first film. Additionally, Austin Butler, Florence Pugh, Christopher Walken, and Léa Seydoux join the cast. This article covers the fees of Dune Part 2 cast members.

Dune Part 2 Cast Salary: Zendaya Makes a Massive Amount

Dune Part 2 Cast Salary

Timothée Chalamet plays Paul Atreides in Dune Part 2 for a massive salary of US $3 million. He reportedly received US $2.2 million as his fee for the original Dune movie which was released in 2021.


Zendaya portrays Chani in Dune Part Two and is getting a whopping amount of US $1 million as her fee. She was paid US $300,000 for her seven minute role in Dune Part One.

Rebecca Ferguson is playing Lady Jessica in the film for a considerable salary of US $600,000. Renowned actor Josh Brolin will be seen in the role of Gurney Halleck for a fee of US $500,000.

Austin Butler as Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen is making US $250,000 as his fee for Dune Part 2. Florence Pugh as Princess Irulan is earning US $300,000 for her role. Wrestler turned actor Dave Bautista as Glossu Rabban is getting US $1 million as his salary for Dune Part Two.

Also read: Dune Part Two Budget and Box Office Collection Prediction

Christopher Walken as Shaddam IV is walking away with US $200,000 as his fee for the film. Stephen McKinley Henderson as Thufir Hawat is taking home US $150,000 as his salary for the second part of Dune. Léa Seydoux as Lady Margot is making US $150,000.

Dune Part 2 Cast

  • Timothée Chalamet as Paul “Muad’Dib” Atreides, the exiled Duke of House Atreides who sides with the Fremen to overthrow the tyrannical House Harkonnen
  • Zendaya as Chani, a young and rebellious Fremen warrior who is Paul’s love interest
  • Rebecca Ferguson as Lady Jessica, Paul’s Bene Gesserit mother and concubine to Paul’s late father and predecessor, Leto Atreides
  • Josh Brolin as Gurney Halleck, the former military leader of House Atreides and Paul’s mentor
  • Austin Butler as Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen, Baron Vladimir Harkonnen’s youngest nephew and heir (“na-Baron”) to House Harkonnen
  • Florence Pugh as Princess Irulan, the Emperor’s daughter
  • Dave Bautista as Glossu Rabban Harkonnen, nephew of Baron Vladimir Harkonnen and older brother of Feyd-Rautha
  • Christopher Walken as Shaddam IV, the Padishah Emperor of the Known Universe and head of House Corrino
  • Léa Seydoux as Lady Margot Fenring, a Bene Gesserit and close friend of the Emperor
  • Souheila Yacoub as Shishakli, a Fremen warrior and Chani’s friend
  • Stellan Skarsgård as Baron Vladimir Harkonnen, head of House Harkonnen, Feyd-Rautha’s and Glossu Rabban’s uncle, sworn enemy to the Atreides, and former steward of Arrakis
  • Charlotte Rampling as Gaius Helen Mohiam, a Bene Gesserit Reverend Mother and the Emperor’s Truthsayer
  • Javier Bardem as Stilgar, leader of the Fremen tribe at Sietch Tabr

Dune Part Two Box Office Collection

As of March 3, 2024, Dune: Part Two has amassed $82.5 million in the United States and Canada, and $100 million in other territories, resulting in a global total of $182.5 million.

In North America, the film’s pre-sales exceeded those of Oppenheimer, with expectations of earning $65–80 million from 4,050 theaters during its opening weekend. Internationally, it was forecasted to generate $85–90 million across 71 markets, projecting a worldwide debut of approximately $170 million. On its first day, the film garnered $32.2 million, including $12 million from previews on February 25 and 29, with IMAX screenings contributing $4.5 million (38%) of the early earnings.

Ultimately, it debuted with $82.5 million, nearly doubling the first film’s $41 million opening weekend. IMAX showings accounted for $18.5 million (23%) of the total, setting a record for a March release. Jeff Goldstein, Warner Bros.’ president of domestic distribution, described the results as surpassing expectations, particularly for a challenging genre. Additionally, the film grossed $100.02 million from 72 international markets during its opening weekend, achieving a global three-day debut of $182.5 million.


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