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Dave Bautista urges ‘every f***ing man’ to be ‘louder’ on women’s rights after Roe v Wade
Dave Bautista has called on ‘every f***ing man’ to speak out on women’s rights after the Supreme Court decision to repeal Roe v Wade.The Hollywood actor – best known to WWE fans as former world champion Batista – has addressed the ruling which has rolled back abortion rights in the United States, and insisted now’s the time for all men to make their voices heard in solidarity against such decisions.Asked about the importance of men who ‘look like him’ being vocal, he fired back to TMZ Sports: ”I don’t think it has anything to do with men that look like me.‘I think every f**ing man needs to be louder about the rights of women.’The 53-year-old star refused to be drawn into whether other actors – such as fellow WWE alum John Cena – should be doing more, but he did offer a more general suggestion on what all men need to be doing.He added: ”[Men should be] speaking out. Be f***ing loud!’The Guardians of the Galaxy and Dune heavyweight has constantly made it clear he isn’t a ‘meathead’, and he’s not shy of commenting on various issues.He recently celebrated Pride month with a rainbow t-shirt carrying the slogan ‘Be You’ and paid tribute to his mother Donna Raye, an openly gay woman.Taking to Instagram, he praised his mum and said she taught him all he needs to know about living ‘loud and proud’.He wrote: ‘I was always proud of who my mom was because she was always proud of who she was.
James Bond star Léa Seydoux lands key role in ‘Dune: Part Two’
No Time to Die star Léa Seydoux has landed a key role in Dune: Part Two.As reported by Deadline, the actress has been cast by director Denis Villeneuve as Lady Margot Fenring, a member of the Sisterhood of sorceresses.Seydoux joins an all-star cast for the sequel, including Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Zendaya, Josh Brolin, Florence Pugh, Stellan Skarsgård, Javier Bardem, Dave Bautista and Austin Butler.In May, it was announced that veteran actor Christopher Walken will also join the sequel as Emperor Shaddam IV, another significant character in the story.Pre-production on Dune: Part Two began in April, according to Villeneuve – who will once again write, direct and produce the epic’s latest chapter.On what to expect from the sequel, Villeneuve previously told ET Canada: “I cannot say nothing about the movie – I don’t like to talk about projects as I am doing them – but it’s probably going to be the biggest challenge of my career, again, because it’s even more complex than Part One.”Elsewhere, the director recently confirmed that Zendaya will have a significantly larger role in Part Two, having featured sparingly in the first film.Speaking to Variety, he said: “For Zendaya, I will say Part One was a promise. I know that we saw a glimpse of her in Part One, but in Part Two, she’ll have a prominent part.“We will follow Timothée [Chalamet] and Zendaya on their adventures in the desert.