According to Variety reports, Warner Bros. adjusted the fall release schedule and the long-awaited “Dune” was postponed again, but thankfully there are only three weeks left, from October 1, 2021 to October 22, 2021.
Produced by Legendary Pictures, the film will be adapted from the first half of the first part of Frank Herbert’s novel “Dune.” It is directed by Denis Villeneuve, who has proven his worth through the exciting sequel “Blade Runner 2049”, this film is simply epic, as well as “Arrival” and “Sika Leo”, this is also an extraordinary movie.
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Warner Bros. Remake of Dennis Villeneuve’s “Dune” will be released on October 22, 2021.
Warner Bros. remake of Dennis Villeneuve’s Dune will be released on October 2, 2021.
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“Dune” is the perfect series for Villeneuve to breathe new life into Villeneuve. Frankly speaking, the cast exceeded our wildest expectations, including Timothy Chara May (playing Paul Atreid), Charlotte Lamplin (Priest) Gaius Mohim), Josh Brolin (Gurney Harleck), Jason Momoa (Duncan Idaho), Dave Bautista (Glosu `Beast` Laban), Oscar Isaac (Duke Leto Atredes), Javier Baden (S Tierga), Zandaya (Chaney), Rebecca Ferguson (Mrs. Jessica) and Strand Skarsgard (Baron Vladimir Hakonan).
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This is the fourth time the release date has been changed. However, in the last 18 months or so, the coronavirus pandemic has caused serious damage to almost all movies and television shows. The original date was November of last year, and the option to offer it simultaneously on the HBO Max streaming service is not without controversy.
Villeneuve himself has always bluntly hoped that “Dune” would only be shown in theaters, but it doesn’t seem to happen. It remains to be seen how this will affect the box office numbers and subsequently will effectively become the second part of the production. The new release date of
is only two weeks after the New York Comic Con, and its schedule has not yet been announced, so expecting a panel or even some new images is not beyond the scope of reason. It’s been eight months since we last saw the trailer, so you might get at least one by crossing your fingers before the October release date.

 

 

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