‘Dune: Part Two’ delayed until 2024 amid Hollywood writers’ and actors’ strikes

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Warner Bros. announced that Denis Villeneuve’s Dune sequel, originally scheduled to be released in November this year, has officially been delayed until 15 March 2024. The news of the Dune: Part Two delay comes amid a historic Hollywood shutdown as the writers’ and actors’ guilds are both currently on strike, with no signs of a resolution so far. As part of the shift, Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire — which was previously dated for 14 March 2024 — is getting pushed back one month to 12 April. The film is also produced by Legendary and Warner Bros. and is the latest entry in the Monsterverse fr…

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