Warner Bros. officially delays Dune: Part Two’s release until November 2023, one month after the original date set for the sequel.
With production set to begin later this year, Dune: Part Two‘s release has been delayed to November 2023. The upcoming sci-fi film will see Denis Villeneuve adapt the second half of Frank Herbert’s epic novel, which centers on Paul Atreides as he and his noble family head to the hostile desert planet of Arrrakis to assume control of it. Paul and his family find themselves in the midst of a war for control of the planet, which is home to the most valuable element in the galaxy known as the “spice.”
Dune: Part Two will see the return of much of its original cast, including Timothée Chalamet as Paul, Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, Javier Bardem, Dave Bautista and Zendaya. The sequel will also feature the franchise introductions of Elvis star Austin Butler, Black Widow‘s Florence Pugh, Christopher Walken and Léa Seydoux. Production is set to begin on Dune: Part Two later this year, though it looks as though some plans are changing for the film.
As the cast continues to grow for the film, Deadline has brought word that Warner Bros. has delayed Dune: Part Two‘s release to November 2023. The sci-fi sequel was originally set for an October 2023 release date, though the studio has elected to push it back by a month. At the time of writing, Warner Bros. hasn’t come forward with an explanation for the release delay.
More to come…
- Dune 2 (2023)Release date: Oct 20, 2023
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