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Watch Now: ‘Dune’ (2021) Movie Online!

Dune – the new sci-fi blockbuster starring Oscar nominee Timothée Chalamet – is free to stream on the HBO Max Ad-Free plan from 22nd October. Read on for how to watch Dune on HBO Max in 4K from any country in the world.

This Dune movie tells the story of Paul Atreides (Chalamet), a brilliant and gifted nobleman entrusted with protecting the galaxy’s most vital element from evil forces that are hellbent of wiping out humanity. An all-star Dune cast includes Rebecca Ferguson, Jason Momoa, Stellan Skarsgård, Javier Bardem, Zendaya and Dave Bautista.

The Dune release date in US movie theatres is 22nd October 2021, and you can also stream it on HBO Max on the same day. Away from the US? Follow this guide on how to watch Dune on HBO Max from anywhere in the world.

And while we wait for the big day, don’t forget that you can watch Dune 1984 in 4K HDR now or even read the Frank Herbert Dune book series as a warm up.

How to watch Dune (2021) free online

Dune – the new sci-fi blockbuster starring Oscar nominee Timothée Chalamet – is free to stream on the HBO Max Ad-Free plan from 22nd October. Read on for how to watch Dune on HBO Max in 4K from any country in the world.

Watch Now: Dune Free Streaming

This Dune movie tells the story of Paul Atreides (Chalamet), a brilliant and gifted nobleman entrusted with protecting the galaxy’s most vital element from evil forces that are hellbent of wiping out humanity. An all-star Dune cast includes Rebecca Ferguson, Jason Momoa, Stellan Skarsgård, Javier Bardem, Zendaya and Dave Bautista.

The Dune release date in US movie theatres is 22nd October 2021, and you can also stream it on HBO Max on the same day. Away from the US? Follow this guide on how to watch Dune on HBO Max from anywhere in the world.

And while we wait for the big day, don’t forget that you can watch Dune 1984 in 4K HDR now or even read the Frank Herbert Dune book series as a warm up.

How to stream Dune

You can watch Dune when it premieres in October by subscribing to HBO Max. The new over-the-top streaming service brings together the best of HBO, DC Entertainment, Cartoon Network, the Criterion Collection, Max Originals, Studio Ghibli, and a ton of other great movies and shows.

The service costs $14.99 a month, but AT&T customers subscribing to HBO Max for the first time may be eligible for a 30-day free trial. For a limited time, HBO’s also offering a discount of over 20% if you’re willing to pay for six months up front ($69.99).

What is the Dune release date? When will Dune be out?

Dune had its world premiere at the Venice International Film Festival earlier this month on Sept. 3, and later released internationally on Sept. 15. If you see either of those dates when you search “Dune release date,” don’t be confused — those aren’t the U.S. release dates.

Dune will release in theaters Stateside on Oct. 22. But what about the HBO Max release date, is that the same? Keep reading to find out.

What is the Dune HBO Max release date? When will Dune be on HBO Max?

Though it’s currently making rounds in the festival circuit, Dune will release simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max on Oct. 22. The film will stream for free to HBO Max subscribers on the non-ad supported tier for 31 days before leaving the platform.

What time will Dune be on HBO Max? How to watch Dune on HBO Max:

New films and shows drop on HBO Max at midnight PT — that means Dune will be available at 3:01 a.m. ET on Oct. 22. That’s a late night, especially considering Dune‘s two-and-a-half hour runtime.

If you’re already ramping up for Dune, we suggest subscribing to HBO Max ASAP. The streamer currently has a flash sale on their subscription cost, bumping the cost down by 50%. Instead of playing $14.99 for the Ad-Tier of the streamer, you only have to pay $7.49 for the next six months if you subscribe by Sept. 26. Go get that deal now over at HBO Max‘s website.

Is Dune on Netflix?

Short answer: no.

Dune is currently exclusive to HBO, along with a number of other Warner Bros. pictures such as the The Matrix trilogy, which is available in Dolby Vision and with Dolby Atmos surround sound.

Where to buy Dune cinema tickets

You can now pre-order cinema tickets for Dune. You can pick them up from the likes of Cineworld, Vue, Odeon, Picturehouse and The Everyman if you’re in the UK, and Fandango, AMC and Atom Tickets if you’re in the US.

Dune book

But to go deepest of all into Dune, then it’s the Dune book series that you’ll need. As well as the original Dune novel, Frank Herbert followed it up with five very good sequels which explore the lengths and breadths of the universe he created for the first story.

Try the original Dune book and see how you get on or dive straight in with the Dune book boxset. It’s £29.99 in the UK and $77.70 in the US. Enjoy.

Do I need a US credit card?

Don’t have a US credit card? You can also use PayPal, when you sign up via the iOS or Android HBO Max app on your iPhone/iPad or Android mobile device. Here’s a step-by-step guide…

Sign up to HBO Max without a US credit card:

  1. Launch your VPN and select United States as your country.
  1. Create a new Apple ID/Google account remembering to pick United States as your country. (Apple users should be able to use a UK phone number, but should head to the Apple ID website to sign up, rather than using an app on their device).
  1. Now use your shiny new Apple ID/Google account to access the US Apple App Store or US Google Play Store and download the HBO Max app.
  1. Subscribe to HBO Max through the HBO Max app, using PayPal (you should be able to use a UK PayPal account as your method of payment).
  1. You should now be able to sign in to your HBO Max account from any device and watch Dune from anywhere in the world.

How to watch HBO Max in the UK

It is possible to sign up for HBO Max to watch Dune with the help of a VPN. VPN stands for virtual private network, which essentially re-routes your IP address so you can browse the internet as if you’re in another country.

To sign up for HBO Max, you would connect to a US server. There’s lots of VPN providers out there, but for the best performance and speeds, we recommend either NordVPN or SurfShark. You can see more options in our list of the best VPNs for HBO Max. Once you’ve chosen your VPN, here’s what you need to do:

Can I watch Dune in 4K Ultra HD?

Yes. Every Warner Bros. theatrical release coming to HBO Max, including Dune, will stream in 4K Ultra HD.

The films will be available in Dolby Vision HDR, but Dolby Atmos support depends on how each film was produced.

To enjoy HBO Max content in 4K HDR you will need:

  1. 4K TV with support for HDR (Dolby Vision or HDR10).
  1. Supported 4K HDR streaming device (Amazon Fire TV stick 4K and Fire TV Cube, Android TVs, Apple TV 4K, Google Chromecast Ultra/with Google TV, Roku Ultra 4800x, Roku 4k TVs, Roku Premiere, and Roku Streaming Stick+).
  1. Broadband connection – over 25Mbps ideally.

How to stream Dune when it comes out

One of the most beloved science-fiction novels of all time is getting its third live-action adaptation, and it’s set to debut on HBO Max. Frank Herbert’s Dune—serialized in Analog magazine in the 1960s—is often mentioned in the same breath as Lord of the Rings and Star Wars, owing to its distinctive world and ambitious scope.

Though it’s been described as an “unfilmable” book over the years, visionary director David Lynch did his best with a 1984 feature starring Kyle MacLachlan, Sean Young, Patrick Stewart, Max von Sydow, José Ferrer, Brad Dourif, and Sting. A made-for-TV Dune miniseries also aired on the Sci-Fi Channel in 2000.

Now, Blade Runner 2049 filmmaker Denis Villeneuve is putting his own spin on the spacefaring epic, along with screenwriters Jon Spaihts (Prometheus) and Eric Roth (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button). The director has said he intends for it to be the first of at least two Dune movies.

Back in December, Warner Bros. announced that it would release its entire 2021 slate—including Godzilla vs. Kong, Dune, and The Matrix 4—on HBO Max.

Villeneuve’s film is scheduled for release on October 22, according to Variety. After premiering at the Venice Film Festival, Dune will hit theaters and HBO Max simultaneously.

Watch Dune (1984) in 4K HDR now

The Dune (1984) film adaptation, written and directed by David Lynch and based on the 1965 science fiction novel by American author Frank Herbert, bombed at the box office, grossing a lowly $30.9m from a $40m budget. The critics weren’t too kind, either. The late Roger Ebert called Dune (1984) “a real mess” that was both “ugly” and “incomprehensible”.

Since then, an army of sci-fi fans have embraced the movie, hailing it as the “the anti-Star Wars”. Now considered a cult classic, Dune (1984) is spoken about in the same breath as the likes of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey.

You can buy Dune (1984) to watch and own in the UK in 4K HDR on both Apple TV and Amazon Prime Video for the bargain price of just £4.99 (Amazon / iTunes). Well worth it. Go the Apple route and you’ll get the Dolby Vision version.

Sadly, those in the States can only buy the HD version and it’s seriously expensive too at $14.99. Renting for $3.99 seems a better option, there.

Set in the distant future, the Dune (1984) movie chronicles the conflict between rival noble families as they battle for control of the desert planet Arrakis, or ‘Dune’. The planet is the only source of the fictional drug Spice, which allows awareness and is vital to space travel.

So, is it worth watching Dune (1984)? It certainly does a good job of easing viewers into the weird and wonderful Dune universe, but director Denis Villeneuve (Blade Runner 2049) intended his take on Dune to stand on its own – and capture a whole new audience.

If you’d like to take things even further, then there’s also the Dune miniseries from 2000 called Frank Herbert’s Dune. The story here focuses deeper on the rise of the young Paul Atreides before his arrival on Arrakis. It’s a three-parter available in HD on both iTunes and Amazon for approximately £6.99 in the UK.

It’s harder to get hold of in the States, so UK citizens travelling abroad will need to use a VPN to access Frank Herbert’s Dune online.

Lastly, if you really want to go deep, then there is one more piece of the Dune oeuvre that you really ought to sample. Dune 1984 was not the first time that a film adaptation of the Frank Herbet novel was attempted. In the mid-70s, cult film director Alejandro Jodorowsky also had a go. It didn’t turn out so well.

Jodorowsky’s Dune is a 2013 documentary detailing this aborted effort. You can stream this critically acclaimed, award-winning, 90-minute movie on most services for £3.49/$3.99. Again, well worth a watch.

Dune Review

The original Dune novel is over 700 pages long in paperback, spanning a multitude of planets, societies, and viewpoints. So it’s probably fair to assume that Villeneuve’s film will only cover about half the story—the initial fall of House Atreides and Paul’s relationship with the Fremen of Arrakis. But we’re getting ahead of ourselves.

This is a big, weird space opera that came out of the 1960s: the San Francisco counterculture movement, the Space Race, the heydey of psychedelic drugs. What Kubrick’s 2001 did on the silver screen, Herbert’s novel could only really do on the page.

On Arrakis, or Dune, giant sandworms produce a substance so powerful it holds the key to interstellar travel. “He who controls the spice controls the universe,” the book reads. Technology aside, the far-future civilizations of Dune are shockingly medieval; the novel’s political intrigue would be right at home in the Game of Thrones series.

The 2021 film stars Timothée Chalamet, Josh Brolin, Jason Momoa, Oscar Isaac, Javier Bardem, Zendaya, Rebecca Furguson, and Stellan Skarsgård as the sinister Baron Harkonnen.

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