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Apparently there has been a private screening
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Warner Bros had already reached a deal with Regal Cinemas to restore 45-day theatrical windows in 2022 before titles go to streaming. Dune, the high-profile Denis Villeneuve sci-fi remake out this fall, will test the new pattern sooner than planned, according to multiple sources. It will premiere in Venice in September ahead of an October theatrical run, with HBO Max availability coming at a to-be-determined date after that.
https://deadline.com/2021/05/hollywood- ... 234758654/

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Watched the trailer again recently (a couple of times) and the hype in me is building. This, Top Gun: Maverick and The Matrix 4 are the only movies I care about this year.

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LuciusNightmare wrote:
June 17th, 2021, 7:07 am


What do we think of the visuals? I can't decide if they are flat.

they're flat

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They look great

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My opinion on the look of Dune is well documented, and I still think it looks flat. But that being said, I think the look they're going for will inevitably look drab on our screens and have much potential in Dolby or UHD to come alive.

I'm very excited either way of course.


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this trailer is like the blue/gold dress

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new trailer when

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