Josh Brolin's New Behind-the-Scenes Book ‘Exposures’ Features ‘Tongue-in-Cheek’ Poems About Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya (EXCLUSIVE)

Actor Josh Brolin and cinematographer Greig Fraser have documented the making of "Dune: Part One" and "Dune: Part Two" in a new coffee table book called "Dune: Exposures."

Insight Editions is publishing the book, which covers rare on-set moments with the actors and crew and will be available on February 13. Brolin,

who plays Warmaster Gurney Halleck in the two films, expresses his on-set experiences through poetry.Brolin told Variety that every line he penned was a reaction, 

whether to Fraser's photography, his experience in front of the camera, or their friendship. He explains, "The writing is significantly different in tone. It can be humorous, descriptive, a dialogue, or a poem.

During production, Brolin and Fraser formed a special bond, cementing the connection that led to their cooperation. Fraser says, "He's a wonderful writer.

 I was reading it when I got home from work and chatting to him about it the next day, and it was enjoyable to analyze his process and writing. 

His words conjured up wonderful visuals in my imagination from only colors, forms, and thoughts."

Fraser comments on the personal photos combined with Brolin's writing, saying, "When I read those words next to one of those photographs, it expands and becomes something more than what those images are on their own.

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