We is not going to return to Arrakis in 2023. Warner Bros. has confirmed that Denis Villeneuve’s sequel to the smash hit Frank Herbert adaptation Dune will now launch March 15, 2024, a 4 month delay from its unique deliberate November 2023 launch.
To accommodate the schedule upheaval, The Hollywood Reporter additional notes that Warner Bros. and Legendary have additionally pushed again Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire to April 12, 2024, because the movie had beforehand been set to launch on Dune Half 2‘s new launch date. That transfer additionally pushes one other film, the animated Lord of the Rings spinoff Conflict of the Rohirrim, to December 13, 2024.
Warner Bros. has not but chosen to delay any of its different main theatrical releases for the rest of 2023, together with its different Timothée Chalamet car Wonka, nonetheless set for December 15, in addition to DC Comics sequel Aquaman and the Misplaced Kingdom, starring Dune alumni Jason Momoa, set for December 20, and The Colour Purple, set for December 25.
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