The second installment of the Sci-Fi epic Dune from director Denis Villeneuve is set to hit theaters on March 1st, 2024. Adapted from 1965’s Frank Herbert’s novel of the same name, Dune is a sci-fi tale in a world rife with political conflict, conspiracies, and families struggling to survive on a harsh planet.

2021’s Dune introduced the world to Timothée Chalamet as Paul Atreides, a young man with extraordinary abilities. Paul resides with his parents, Leto and Lady Jessica (Oscar Isaac and Rebecca Ferguson) on Arrakis, a rough desert planet where giant sandworms and questionable locals, known as the Fremen, dwell. As conflict erupts over a substance known as “spice” House Atreides is soon put at odds with its rival House Harkonnen.

Dune is a compelling tale told with not only an all-star cast but breathtaking visuals that immerse you in the world of Arrakis, which helped the film earn six Oscar awards in 2022.

Dune: Part One on Two Platforms

Since Dune is a Warner Bros. Discovery production, the movie is available on Max, you can also stream the original 1984 movie directed by David Lynch and stars Kyle MacLachlan as Paul Atriedes.

Additionally, Netflix has Dune available to stream on its service until March 1st, it’s unknown if Dune will remain solely on Max or if it will go to another streaming service. You can also purchase the movie at any major retailer, or digitally on Youtube, Vudu, or wherever your preferred digital movie locker is at.

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Dune Part Two releases in theaters on March 1st, 2024.

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