WB & HBO Max Move Release Dates On Three Major Fall Films, Including ‘Dune’
Warner Bros. has shuffled release dates on three of their major fall titles — included the highly-anticipated science fiction film “Dune”. All three films will still have dual release dates in theaters and on HBO Max.
According to Deadline, with the long-awaited 25th James Bond MGM release “No Time To Die” set to be released on October 8, officials at Warner Bros. have opted to move “Dune” from its scheduled opening date of October 1 to October 22.
On the opposite side of the calendar, to make way for “Dune” on October 22, Clint Eastwood’s “Cry Macho” moves up to September 17. The Eastwood flick will compete against Paramount’s “Clifford The Big Red Dog” and Open Road’s “Cop Shop”.
HBO Max is a subscription video streaming service that gives access to the full HBO library, along with exclusive Max Originals, and access to every Warner Bros. film on HBO Max on the same day that it hits theaters.
HBO Max has two tiers, an ad-supported plan for TBD and ad-free plan for 89 kr. HBO Max without ads also includes features like the ability to download offline and 4K streaming.
They also will get Max Originals that aren’t available to HBO channel subscribers, like “The Flight Attendant” (Kaley Cuoco), “Love Life” (Anna Kendrick), as well as reboots to “Sex In The City” and “Gossip Girl.”