darthbiscuits  asked:

Hey, so is my spider sense picking up another Dune fan over there? (how's that for some random fandom-mixing) :-)

Yes I am! Just the first three books, though. The movie from the 80s got me into it in the first place (I think it’s that cheesy 80s aesthetic that did it…and Patrick Stewart charging into battle with a gun in one hand and Duke Leto’s pug in the other lol). 

Originally posted by steakspot


“We became friends on X-Men. Ian loves talking about it. There are so many parallels in our careers and our lives[…] I saw him and I was amazed, overwhelmed by the quality of his work. I started our relationship as a fan. He wouldn’t know who I was back then. Then we came into the RSC (Royal Shakespeare Company) together. We didn’t know one another well but we were both pursuing the same sort of career, but Bryan Singer cast us in the first X-Men movie and we had adjoining luxury trailers. Of course, it was movie making so we spent more time sitting in our trailers than on the set. We got to know one another and that’s when the bond began.” - Sir Patrick Stewart.