Dune: Part Two to Flag Off Much Earlier than Expected! Set to Hit Theatres in 2023

Dune: Part Two on its way to the theatres earlier than decided

Dune: Part Two is soon going to be released after changing its release date 3 times. It was earlier planned to be release in October 2021. But they decided to postpone it to November 17. Now, the date is again preponed to release in 2023.

Dune: Part Two
Legendary Pictures

The makers of Dune are all set to release the next sequence. After grossing over  $400 million at the box office worldwide in addition to 6 Oscars in part 1, Denis Villeneuve is quite confident with such an outstanding cast of actors like Javier Bardem, Dave Bautista, Stellan Skarsgård, Rebecca Ferguson, Zendaya, and Timothée Chalamet. New cast members include Christopher Walken, Florence Pugh, Austin Butler, Souheila Yacoub, Shirley Henderson, Emily Watson, and Léa Seydoux.

Blockbuster film Dune Part: One

The film was made by adapting the ideas of a book, which was best directed by Denis Villeneuve from a script he wrote with Eric Roth and Jon Spaihts. The opening title calls it “Dune Part 1” and while this two-and-a-half hour movie provides a bonafide experience to all the audience.

Dune: Part Two is about adventure with an amazing twist of science and fiction. The film was a blockbuster even at the time of pandemic where people were resistant to watch it in theatres. You can watch its trailer down below:

Director’s reaction

The director was extremely excited to work on the sequel, Dune: Part Two, as Villeneuve told Variety at the Toronto Film Festival in 2021 that it would be “an insane playground for me.”

Dune 2
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“It’s going to be just like pure cinematic pleasure for the second part,” Villeneuve said. Elaborating further he said that he doesn’t want to speak for everybody on the team, but he will say that the team really created on this movie a “feeling of family and to re-unify everybody again together, that would be paradise.” Soon, after “Dune: Part Two” started production on July 18.

The film will premiere in cinemas and won’t be released on HBO Max like the first one.