Dune: Part Two Gets a Delay, While Next Monsterverse Film Lands 2024 Release

Warner Bros/Legendary Pictures have announced a pair of new release dates, giving a small delay to Dune: Part Two, while officially setting a date for the Godzilla vs. Kong sequel.

While I’m a little bit bummed we’ll have to wait a little longer for the next Dune movie, at least it’s not a FULL YEAR delay I had to endure for Part One. Today, WB and Legendary Pictures revealed Dune: Part Two, which begins filming in a few months, has moved from it’s October 2023 release date, and will now hit on November 17, 2023.

This is a pretty prime pre-Thanksgiving spot, but happens to put it right next to the new Hunger Games film, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. If I were a betting man, I’d say Lionsgate ends up blinking and moving Songbirds and Snakes, but being around a holiday, there’s a chance they’ll both stick it out.

On top of that, WB and Legendary also gave the upcoming Godzilla vs. Kong sequel (which will apparently star Dan Stevens) a release date as well.

I’m very, VERY excited to see the Monsterverse continue and eager to see what kaiju they use this time around. Guess we’ll find out on March 15, 2024!

Adjust your calendars accordingly!

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