On Demand December, DVD January

The Dune Lady Jessica characters, Chani, Stilgar, and Paul are side by side in motionless outfits in the desert.

Mrs. Jessica, Chani, Stilgar, and Paul eventually come back in Dune Part Two.
Image: Warner Bros.

Your chance to look Dune at home it’s over. For a month, filmmaker Denis Villeneuve’s hit sci-fi show it was both in theaters and streaming on HBO Max. However, that window has now been closed, which means that if you want to see Dune, you can go to a theater or wait at home. Fortunately, the wait is quite short.

Warner Bros. just announced that Dune It will hit most digital platforms on December 3 for $ 30 to buy or $ 25 to rent. Then it will come to DVD, Blu-ray, and 4K on January 11 with a host of extras. Here is the list of extras:

  • The royal houses
  • Filmbooks: Atreides House
  • Filmbooks: Harkonnen House
  • Filmbooks: The Fremen
  • Filmbooks: The Spice Melange
  • Inside Dune: the training room
  • Inside Dune: The Spice Harvester
  • Inside Dune: The Battle of Sardaukar
  • Building the ancient future
  • My desert, my dune
  • Building the ornithopters
  • Designing the sandworm
  • Beware the baron
  • Wardrobe from another world
  • A new soundscape

The DVD only has the feature called “The Royal Houses”.

However, it is truly a new world, where a movie like Dune come home so soon. AND if you didn’t have the opportunity to see it on HBO Max or in theaters, well, it’s worth a look. Villeneuve took the vast imagination of Frank Herbert and honed in on the characters and stories they make quite a dense story, digestible for the masses. That story is from Paul Atreides (Timothée Chalamet), a young man destined to inherit his father’s vast empire, only to see it fall when the family moves from their home planet to the Arrakis desert plant. Then, Paul must discover what his fate holds for him on the planet responsible for creating the most valuable material in the galaxy, spice.

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