Zendaya flashes glimpse of underboob and abs in futuristic look alongside stylish Florence Pugh as they lead stars at Dune 2 premiere in Mexico

Zendaya and Florence Pugh sizzled while attending the star-studded Dune: Part Two premiere in Mexico City, Mexico, on Tuesday.

The Euphoria star, 27, flashed a hint of underboob in a unique brown cropped top with structured shoulders and a turtleneck. 

The actress — who recently admitted that it’s ‘strange’ to kiss her co-star and friend Timothee Chalamet, 28, in the film — teamed the look with a matching brown skirt that featured a thigh-high slit. 

She added height to her frame with a pair of black heels, and wore her short brunette tresses parted on the side and slicked down. 

Meanwhile Pugh, 28, slipped her curves into a form-fitting white dress with ruched detailing.  

Florence stunned in a white gown

Zendaya and Florence Pugh sizzled while attending the star-studded Dune: Part Two premiere in Mexico City, Mexico, on Tuesday

The Euphoria star, 27, flashed a hint of underboob in a unique brown cropped top with structured shoulders and a turtleneck

The Euphoria star, 27, flashed a hint of underboob in a unique brown cropped top with structured shoulders and a turtleneck

The Oppenheimer beauty wore her bleached blonde tresses in a messy pixie style, and accessorized with dangling earrings. 

Pugh is a newcomer to Dune and will play Princess Irulan, the daughter of the Emperor.

Chalamet will be reprising his role as Paul Atreides, the duke of House Atreides. Meanwhile Zendaya returns as Chani, a young Fremen woman who becomes Paul’s love interest.

Dune: Part Two was originally meant to be released on October 20, 2023 before being pushed back to November 17, and later to March 15, 2024, due to the SAG-AFTRA actors’ strike.

After multiple delays, the film is now set to hit theaters on March 1, 2024.

The sci-fi sequel, directed by Denis Villeneuve, is being co-produced with Legendary Entertainment in addition to Warner Bros. Film Group.

Dune: Part One and Part Two are based on Frank Herbert’s novel of the same name, which was originally published in 1965.

The official logline for Dune: Part 2 reads: ‘Paul faces a choice between the love of his life and the fate of the known universe, he endeavors to prevent a terrible future only he can foresee.’

The ladies made a stylish duo as they posed together

The ladies made a stylish duo as they posed together 

Zendaya teamed the look with a matching brown skirt that featured a thigh-high slit

Zendaya teamed the look with a matching brown skirt that featured a thigh-high slit

She wore her short brunette tresses parted on the side and slicked down

She wore her short brunette tresses parted on the side and slicked down

One of the first attempts to adapt the novel into a film was led by director Alejandro Jodorowsky, and although the project was ultimately canceled, his efforts were documented in the 2013 feature Jodorowsky’s Dune.

David Lynch went on to direct an adaptation of Dune, which was critically panned upon its release in 1984.

Villeneuve became attached to the new versions of the project in 2016, and Dune: Part One was eventually released in 2021.

The feature received positive reviews from critics, and it currently holds an 83% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Dune: Part One also won six out of the ten Academy Awards it was nominated for, including Best Cinematography, Best Original Score and Best Sound.

The feature’s sequel was not formally greenlit until after the release of the first film, although it was put into production just a few days after Dune: Part One debuted.

Filming for the feature took place from July to December of last year, with shooting taking place in locations including Budapest and Abu Dhabi.

Villeneuve has also expressed a desire to direct a third feature in the series, which would be based on Herbert’s 1969 novel Dune Messiah.

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