Dune and No Time to Die have officially announced their release dates in China. Chinese film industry grosses have become a tremendous factor in the success of Hollywood blockbusters in the course of the last decade, with many large films getting a higher gross worldwide than domestically. Reasonable, in addition to the streaming results (Dune will be released on HBO Max simultaneously with the first month of its theatrical run), Chinese film industry will be critical to the continuation of both franchises.
Per Variety, release dates have been secured for both films. Dune will be coming to China on the same day as its day-and-date release in North America, October 22. No Time to Die will make a big appearance in China multi week after Dune on October 29, three entire weeks after it hits North America.
Dune, coordinated by Denis Villenueve, is an adaptation of the first half of the classic Frank Herbert sci-fi novel. In the film, House Atreides is asked to take over the planet Arrakis. The leader Duke Leto knows it’s a political trap, yet can’t discover a way out of it. The film stars Timothée Chalamet, Oscar Isaac, Rebecca Ferguson, and Zendaya.
No Time to Die is the fifth Daniel Craig trip as James Bond and the 25th overall Bond film in the Eon Films franchise. The movie will follow Craig’s Bond being pulled back into action in a plot that will integrate the events of all his films. The film also features Rami Malek, Ana de Armas, Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, and Jeffrey Wright.
No Time to Die and Dune are two of the biggest tentpoles to be rocked by the pandemic, yet they seem to have finally reached solid ground. For sure, No Time to Die tickets are officially on sale already. For Dune, getting the Chinese release is reasonable considerably more important seeing as its film industry performance is sure to be a factor in securing a sequel. As for fans in the Chinese market, it’ll be gratifying that they too can finally have the chance to see these since a long time ago delayed works.