Dune: Part Two release date shifts amidst SAG-AFTRA strike.
Dune: Part Two has fallen victim to the current cinematic landscape dynamic, according to Deadline. Part Two was initially set for a November 3rd theatrical release. Now it is poised to make its mark on March 15, 2024, due to the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike. This change has set off a chain reaction of rescheduling for “Godzilla X Kong: The New Empire,” “Lord of the Rings: The War of Rohirrim,” and more.
As “Dune: Part Two” adjusted its sails, other major films also needed to reshuffle their release dates to avoid clashing with the anticipated sci-fi epic. Among them was “Godzilla X Kong: The New Empire,” initially slated for April 12, 2024. With the new release date for “Dune: Part Two” falling within its original window, “Godzilla X Kong” needed to find a new spot on the calendar. This prompted the Monster Showdown to move its release date to April 12, 2024, accommodating the new schedule.
However, this adjustment created a cascading effect, impacting other projects. One of the most notable examples is “Lord of the Rings: The War of Rohirrim,” an animated feature set in the beloved Tolkien universe. This New Line Cinema project, initially set for release on April 12, 2024, needed a new slot. As a result, the film was rescheduled to December 13, 2024, allowing it more time for development and production. Read more News on Nerdtropolis and make sure to subscribe to our Channel.