As announced this past summer, the release date of Dune: Part Two has been moved to 2024 and its domestic premiere is set for March 15. The movie is scheduled to arrive in theaters across many other countries around that same time—give or take a few days—empowering a big premiere weekend at the global box-office. In the weeks following the delay announcement, we’re starting to get confirmation of release dates for many international territories.
In short, theatergoers in some parts of Europe, South America, and Southeast Asia will have the opportunity to enjoy Denis Villeneuve’s Dune: Part Two up to one or two days prior. Refer to below up-to-date list of the movie’s known release date per country / region.
Dune: Part Two International Release Dates
Theatrical release dates confirmed directly by Warner Bros. and/or the movie’s local distributors are listed in bold. Some of the other dates are still pending confirmation.
We’ll continually update this list as more territories are announced. Do you have news regarding an officially confirmed release date (or change) for Dune: Part Two in your country or region, that’s not yet listed above? Leave us a tip in the comments below or tweet out to @DuneNewsNet.
[Keep in mind that promotional materials released prior to August 2023, including movie posters and official trailers, may not yet be updated in some locations and could still be listing the old November 2023 release dates.]
Note: In some countries, including the United States, preview screenings may be offered on the night prior to the movie’s theatrical release. Check with your local theater regarding availability.
(June 11) Added all countries in Latin America that have confirmed their November 2, 2023 release date.
(July 19) Added January 2024 as release month for Japan, based on local trailer.
(September 29) Write-through and refreshed dates for all countries, following the movie’s delay to 2024.