Looks Like Dune Is Being Delayed, And It’s A Long Wait

The writing has been on the wall for this one for a while now. A few weeks ago, Warner Bros. officially announced that they were moving the release of Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984 from the first week of October to Christmas Day – and while a great deal of the reaction was dedicated to being sad about the superhero movie’s delay, there was also instantly concern about what it would mean for Denis Villeneuve’s Dune (which is another WB film). It was quickly assessed that there was little chance that the studio would release two massive blockbusters in back-to-back weekends, so we’ve been waiting for the other shoe to drop. Now it seems it has, as reports are saying that the Frank Herbert adaptation will be shifted from its December 18 date to October 1 of next year – which just so happens to currently be the date occupied by The Batman.

This story comes from Collider (which doesn’t mention the conflict with the Matt Reeves film), and should the news be made official it will mean that Wonder Woman 1984 will be the only Warner Bros. movie that follows the release of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet in 2020. It also means that the DC Cinematic Universe title is the last big live-action blockbuster set to be released in 2020, as it was reported last week that the James Bond adventure No Time To Die has been delayed from its late November date to April 2, 2021.

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