Josh Brolin and Timothée Chalamet in “Dune.”
Source: Warner Bros. Pictures
The release of sci-fi legendary “Dune” has actually been postponed till next October, according to Deadline.
The movie from Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures has currently had its release pressed back due to the coronavirus pandemic. It was initially slated to open in theater next month.
Deadline reported that the delayed date accompanies the release of Warner Bros.’ “The Batman,” which recommends that the comics film’s release might likewise have a brand-new date.
“Dune” is the current potential hit to see its release pressed back. On Friday, the manufacturers behind “No Time to Die,” the current James Bond film, stated that it would open in theaters in April 2021, a year after its initial release date.
Cineworld, which owns Regal Cinemas, stated this weekend it would close all of its U.K. and U.S. theaters in reaction to lagging ticket sales and the postponed releases of smash hits.
An agent for Warner Bros. did not right away react to an ask for remark from CNBC.
Denis Villeneuve is directing this newest adjustment of Frank Herbert’s prominent 1960s sci-fi book. The movie stars Timothee Chalamet, Oscar Isaac and Zendaya, to name a few.
Read more about “Dune” here.