Big Things For Dune And Godzilla Vs. Kong May Be On The Way As Legendary And Warner Bros. Allegedly Hash Out Deal

Again, this new deal between Warner Bros and Legendary Entertainment hasn’t been cemented yet, but if it is, Dune will revert to a traditional release, which should please director Denis Villenueve. Describing Dune as the “best movie” he’s ever made,” the filmmaker said that his adaptation of Frank Herbert’s seminal novel is meant to be a “unique big screen experience.” Villenueve also argued that if Dune premieres on HBO Max at the same time as in theaters, it won’t have have the chance to “perform financially in order to be viable,” thus paving the way for piracy and possibly killing any hope of launching a film franchise.

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