Warner Bros. Set New Release For 'Dune: Part Two'; 'Godzilla-Kong' Sequel Dated For 2024

by Outsiders
July 01, 2022
Warner Bros. is looking to play it on the safe side and is moving the release of Dune: Part Two from October 20th, 2023 to November 17th, 2023. The studio is looking at the release of Lionsgate prequel to The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes dropping on the same date, but Warner Bros. will have the upper hand with access to IMAX screen releases. Universal will be looking to release DreamWorks Animationís Trolls 3 and Paramount has their John Krasinski-directed Ryan Reynolds movie on November 17th, 2023.

Warner Bros. has also set the date of March 15th, 2024 as the release for the next Godzilla-Kong sequel from Legendary. The studio was keeping the date open for an untitled DC movie, The sequel will also have IMAX screen access upon its release date.



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