Dune IMAX Screenings Returning December 3 for Restricted Time

Dune IMAX Screenings Returning December 3 for Limited Time

Paul Atreides, holding weapons in both hands, looks up during fight training in a scene from Dune.

Timothée Chalamet as Paul in Dune.
Picture: Warner Bros.

I attempted to see Dune in IMAX however once I went to purchase tickets, all of the screenings had been Eternals.” I heard this a number of instances previously few weeks as mates headed out to see Denis Villeneuve’s Dune, solely to understand all of the IMAX screens had been taken over by Marvel’s newest. However just like the Harkonnens to Arrakis, Dune is coming again.

IMAX has formally introduced that on December 3, the sci-fi epic will return to its theaters for a restricted time. (In all probability for 2 weeks, till Spider-Man: No Approach Residence arrives on December 17.) Tickets are on sale now with extra showtimes and screens approaching November 29. December 3 can be the day Dune arrives on demand, however except your display is greater than your whole house, IMAX can be a a lot, significantly better presentation.

Villeneuve filmed Dune for IMAX so, within the format, you see between 26 and 40% extra picture, relying on the placement. It really feels just like the planet of Arrakis fully engulfs you and, very similar to Paul Atreides himself, you could find your self enamored by this entire new world. Right here’s slightly video with extra information.

So to recap: from now till December 3, Dune is just out there to see in common theaters because it’s now not on HBO Max. On December 3, you’ll be able to lease or purchase Dune on digital on-demand, or you’ll be able to go watch it in choose IMAX theaters. It’ll play in IMAX for a couple of weeks, then head to a couple of common theaters once more—and then on January 11 it’ll be on Blu-ray and DVD. Subsequent yr, filming will start on Dune: Half Two and then in October 2023, that’ll be in theaters (IMAX too, you’d assume).

Did you see Dune in IMAX? Did you miss it? Will you head out to test it out on December 3? Tell us.

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