Second Dune Movie Trailer Debuts July 21 on IMAX

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A new Dune movie (2021) trailer will debut during the “IMAX Presents: An Exclusive Look at Dune" event on July 21 and 22.

The wait for fresh Dune movie content is finally over! A new trailer for Denis Villeneuve’s 2021 blockbuster will be released on big screens next week Wednesday. This will part of an IMAX special event, on July 21 and 22, taking place in select theater venues in the United States and across the globe.

This exclusive first look, reported to be 30 minutes, will present previously unreleased footage and music from the upcoming movie. The event, which will be free to attend, will conclude with the debut of the second official Dune (2021) trailer. If today’s announcement teaser—featuring our first full view of Baron Harkonnen (Stellan Skarsgård) and glimpse of Fremen Fedaykin versus Sardaukar in melee combat—is anything to go by, we’re in for a real visual treat.

Tickets for the “IMAX Presents: An Exclusive Look at Dune” are totally free for audience members, however you’ll need to register quickly at your respective venue. Availability is on a “first come, first served basis” and, since theaters will be overbooked to ensure a full house, you will not be guaranteed a seat.

Head over to the official Dune Movie website now to check the full list of participating theaters and RSVP:

With limited availability and geographical distribution, only a lucky few will have the opportunity to attend. If that’s not you, do not fear… Our team is hearing that the new Dune trailer itself (though not other material shown at the event) will also be officially released online on Friday, July 23. This is not officially confirmed, however seems probable. Legendary and Warner Bros. won’t want to wait long to expand to general audiences, as we’ll be just seven weeks away from the movie’s premieres in Europe.

Marcus Gabriel

Marcus is the lead editor for Dune News Net, on top of his marketing role at a major player in the entertainment industry. Since devouring the first Dune trilogy in primary school, he has been a lifelong fan of all forms of science fiction and fantasy media. He could not be more excited about the current Dune revival and covering the new movies as they release.