There seems to be no peace for Denis Villeneuve’s film. Warner Bros. has decided to move the release date of again Dune, setting it this time on 22 October: three weeks away from the original launch window, which is October 1st.
The blockbuster should have come out on 18 December 2020, but the health emergency has forced the major film majors, including Warner, to upset the film schedule. At the moment, however, the world premiere of Dune at the Venice Film Festival, scheduled for Friday, remains confirmed September 3, 2021 in Big room of Cinema Palace
By a strange coincidence, Dune will hit theaters the same day as The French Despatch, another film that will see the young Timothée Chalamet in the role of the protagonist.
Moved the release date of Dune
Dune tells the story of Paul Atreides, a brilliant and talented young man, born to meet a destiny greater than his imagination, who must reach the most dangerous planet in the universe to ensure a future for his family and his people.
While evil forces fight for the exclusive possession of the most precious resource on the planet – a spice capable of unleashing the full potential of the human mind – only those who can defeat their fears will survive.
Alongside Chalamet will be a stellar cast consisting of Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgård, Dave Bautista, Sharon Duncan Brewster, Stephen McKinley Henderson, zendaya, Chang Chen, David Dastmalchian, Charlotte Rampling, Jason Momoa e Javier Bardem.
Read also: Dune – Among the Sands of Myth, Review
We also remind you that it will be released in theaters in August Jodorowsky’s Dune of Frank Pravich, the fascinating documentary that explores the genesis of one of the greatest cinema epics ever. The film would have marked a turning point for the cinematic world, but it never saw the light and remained unfinished.
While waiting for the release of the new film by Dune, there is still enough time to recover the Frank P. Herbert series of books that inspired him. Find the first a this link.
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