Timothée Chalamet will reprise his 'Dune' role in an upcoming sequel, in theaters March 15
During her interview for a WSJ. Magazine cover story, in which she revealed her new clothing line Khy, Jenner, 26, said she's a fan of shows like Game of Thrones (she previously said she's watched the House of the Dragon series a total of five times).
When asked if she's a fan of Dune, the 2021 movie starring her new flame Chalamet, Jenner said with a smile, "I do love that movie."
In Dune, Chalamet, 27, plays Paul Atreides opposite a star-studded cast that includes Zendaya, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Jason Momoa, Rebecca Ferguson, Javier Bardem and Dave Bautista.
The upcoming sequel, in theaters March 15, also stars Florence Pugh, Austin Butler and Christopher Walken.
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Jenner doesn't comment on her relationship with Chalamet elsewhere in the WSJ. Magazine interview. The pair have been spotted together in recent weeks, including at a Beyoncé concert in September, where they kissed in the crowd during the show.
At the time, a source told PEOPLE the relationship is "fun and uncomplicated" for Jenner.
"He makes Kylie happy. He has his own life and understands that Kylie needs to prioritize her kids," said the source. "He is charming, very loving and protective of Kylie. She likes that he is a private guy."
Jenner previously gave insight into her entertainment tastes in a video on her YouTube channel recapping her favorites of 2022. She named House of Dragon as her favorite show of that year, and Jordan Peele's Nope and Elvis for her movie picks.
In a recently published GQ interview, Chalamet talked about working on the Dune sequel with a cast of contemporaries, like Zendaya, whose boyfriend Tom Holland would visit set sometimes.
"It was so incredibly valuable to spend so much time with Zendaya and her assistant, Darnell, and when Tom would come to set too. They’re level. They’re good Hollywood. They’re good-energy Hollywood," he said. "And then Austin and Florence. I feel like I’m creating a community for myself of people who care about the right things."
The Wonka actor added, "Look at Zendaya. Just how much she’s able to achieve while also sort of letting everything roll off her back is mega-inspiring. She’s just doing."
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