WWE legend Dave Bautista starrer ‘Dune: Part Two’ gets a new release date in March 2024
Dave Bautista starrer 'Dune:Part Two' gets a new release date after the strike.
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“Dune: Part Two,” directed by Denis Villeneuve, is now set to hit theaters even sooner as its release date has been moved up. It was originally set to release on November 3, 2024. but due to the strikes, they set the date to March 15. And now it moved up to two weeks and will be released on March 1st.
‘Dune: Part Two’ is a sequel of Denis’s adaption of Frank Herbert’s science-fiction novel. The first part was a huge hit and grossed $402 million worldwide box office and won Oscars in many departments like original score, sound, film, editing, cinematography, and visual effects.
‘Dune’s original cast includes Timothee Chalamet, Zendeya, Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, Dave Bautista, Stellan Skarsgard, Charlotte Rampling, and Javier Bardem. They will be a part of a sequel too with some new additions to the film Chris Walken, Austin Butler, and Florence Pugh.
The sequel will follow up its first part where Paul Atreides reunites with Chani and the Fremen looking for revenge against the conspirators who sabotaged his whole family. He will have to make a difficult choice between his love and the fate of the whole universe. He looks to prevent a disaster only he can foresee.
Drew McIntyre on working with Dave Bautista in a movie together
The Scottish Warrior Drew McIntyre discussed his role with Bautista in the upcoming movie. Although he said he doesn’t want to work in the movies a lot, as he wants to focus only on wrestling and WWE. But if the opportunity to work arrives, he will give it a go.
He spoke to Crash & AJ, where he said:
Maybe…I’ve never wanted to do anything but WWE and wrestle. I don’t know if I so much have my eye on it or if it has its eye on me. Recently, I was in a few projects going on. I had a chance to be in…Dave Bautista has a movie coming out, I don’t know, sometime next year, I’ll be featured in that as well in a more prominent role. That was fun to do. The opportunities seem to be finding me rather than me finding them. We’ll see what the future holds.
The 38-year-old is fully committed to WWE as of now. He recently turned heel and joined Rhea Ripley’s Judgment Day. He will be competing in the WarGames against the team of Cody Rhodes, Seth Rollins, Sami Zayn, and Jey Uso at Survivor Series. Fans would certainly like to see Drew acting in the film with Bautista.
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