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Friday, November 3, 2023

'DUNE 2’ would have released today if studios didn’t refuse to pay their actors fairly

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that DUNE 2’ would have released today if studios didn’t refuse to pay their actors fairly.

The film will now release on March 15. Dune: Part Two will hit theaters on March 15, 2024. The film was initially set to release on October 20, 2023, before being pushed back a month to November 17, 2023. The film was then moved up two weeks to November 3, 2023, only to subsequently be hit by another delay as a result of the WGA/SAG-AFTRA strikes.

There were concerns that the highly-anticipated movie was going to be pushed back, as Variety reported in late July 2023, since studios are shuffling their release schedules to fill in potential gaps next year.

It's also because stars aren't available to promote their movies right now, something that would particularly affect a star-studded production like Dune 2. This delay also means Denis Villeneuve's film is out of the running for the 2024 Oscars.

As we wait to see if there are any more changes in the schedule, here's everything you need to know about Dune: Part Two. During the height of the pandemic, Warner Bros. made the controversial decision to put all of its films on streaming the same day they were released in theaters. In 2021, they shifted to a 45-day release window where films would come to HBO Max 45 days after their theatrical run. A lot of people watched the first Dune on HBO Max because of this strategy. However, will movie theaters open and audiences are willing to return to cinemas across the globe, Dune: Part Two will be available exclusively in theaters. The film will be available on digital months after its theatrical run.

“The tough task here was to do introduce you guys to the world, to the ideas, to this world, to the codes, the cultures, the different families, the different planets,” Villeneuve said. “Now once this is done, it becomes an insane playground. So it will allow me to go berserk and really create… I should not say that, but I will say that, for me, Dune Part I is like an appetizer and Dune Part II is the main meal. … As much as Dune Part I was by far my most exciting project ever, Dune Part II is already getting me more, even more excited. That’s all I will say.”

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