The science fiction film, Dune, starring Timothee Chalamet, was made by director Denis Villeneuve. To take the audience on a thrilling experience, they divided the film into two parts. Everyone is eagerly awaiting the release of the second part. It was scheduled for later this year after the first part was released in 2021. People were eager to see what happens next on the big screen and go on this great sci-fi adventure!

Timothee Chalamet in Dune
Timothee Chalamet in Dune

However, Hollywood films are suffering as a result of the ongoing actors’ and writers’ strikes. As a result, a Dune: Part Two update just came out that is incredibly disappointing for its fans.

Dune: Part Two won’t be released this year due to the ongoing strike

Unfortunately, Dune: Part Two has been put off until 2024. Timothee Chalamet‘s fans who were eager to see him reprise his role as Paul Atreides will have to wait until March 15 to see how the plot proceeds. Following an earlier story from Variety mentioning the potential 2024 release for the eagerly awaited sci-fi movie, Warner Bros. recently announced this information. This new release date has to be approved by both Warner Bros. and Legendary Entertainment, who co-produced the film.

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Timothee Chalamet and Zendaya in Dune
Timothee Chalamet and Zendaya in Dune

Due to the ongoing Writers Guild of America (WGA) and Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) strikes, Dune: Part Two has been postponed. The SAG-AFTRA strike has prevented actors from taking part in press events for films causing a negative influence on Dune‘s marketing initiatives.

While IMAX and its fall schedule might not be much impacted by the shift in release date, both Warner Bros. and Legendary are enthusiastic about the films’ potential for success. They are counting on the Easter holiday and student spring break to create a climate that will be favorable for the films to be a hit. In addition to Timothee Chalamet, the movie’s cast also features Zendaya, Austin Butler, Florence Pugh, Rebecca Ferguson, Javier Bardem, Dave Bautista, Christopher Walken, Lea Seydoux, and a number of other impressive actors.

Fans react to this disheartening update

Film productions have suffered as a result of the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strike that is still going on. The strike is necessary and is carried out for the betterment of Hollywood. But it has had a negative impact on the promotion of upcoming films. Many production companies were forced to delay the release of several movies as a result. Due to the strike, Dune: Part Two has also been postponed. The film will now be released in March of the following year.

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Dune 2
Dune 2

Eager fans will now have to wait a few more months to find out how the plot unfolds. Following the release of this update, fans are leaving comments on Twitter. One fan recently stated that he was disappointed rather than surprised by the news. Another fan expressed his annoyance by writing in bold characters, “When will these strikes end?”

Another fan’s response shows how upset he is with this update. Apparently, he was eagerly looking forward to the release of Dune: Part Two this year. Another person tweeted about how wounded he felt both mentally and physically.

One user’s tweet was especially touching because it said that he didn’t need any hoity-toity marketing strategies to see the movie. He only requires a movie theater, a date, and a time.

These fans’ reactions reveal how anxiously they are anticipating the film’s arrival. They are now left with no choice but to accept that it will be released the following year. We can quench our thirst while we wait for part two by watching Dune again on Hulu Plus or Max.

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Source: Twitter

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