Warner Bros Pictures is delaying the sequel to its big-budget “Dune”

Warner Bros. Pictures is delaying the sequel to its big-budget “Dune,” scheduled for release in November, until March because the movie’s stars are unable to support the movie due to a strike by Hollywood actors Warner Bros. a studio spokesperson said on Thursday.

The decision affects movie theaters such as AMC Entertainment, Cineplex and Cinemark, which are still trying to get rid of the Kovid-19 epidemic. “Dune” is one of the most anticipated films of 2023.

“Dune: Part Two”, Warner Bros. It will be screened on March 15, a special day for The movie “Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire”. The monster movie has been delayed to April 12.
Therefore, the animated Lord of the Rings, which was scheduled for release in April, has been delayed to December.

Dune: Part II is a science fiction sequel based on Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel starring Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet about the race for control of a precious Star Wars resource. The first was released during the pandemic period in 2021 and has grossed $402 million worldwide.
Since the SAG-AFTRA actors union joined the Hollywood writers’ strike on July 14, the top stars have refused to promote upcoming projects.

Actors strike causing other movie studios to fix movie times when actors are not available Walking the red carpet or speaking guide to help create loud sound
Sony Pictures has changed its distribution strategy for “Dumb Money,” a movie inspired by the story of ordinary investors who outstripped Wall Street investors and became billionaires with their shares in video game and electronics retailer GameStop.

The film was originally scheduled for a nationwide release on September 22, but the studio is using more of a screening strategy to attract audiences. The film will hit limited theaters in New York and Los Angeles on September 15, before opening nationwide on October 15.

Despite the ‘Pappenheimer’ craze in ‘Barbie’ and ‘Oppenheimer’ this summer, overall movie sales this year are still below pre-pandemic levels.

Other big movies in 2023 include Walt Disney’s Marvel (the prequel to Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games movie) and another Warner Bros. movie Wonka. actor Chalamet.

The Writers Guild of America (WGA) strike that began on May 2 halted most TV commercials and some film productions.

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