Where can you see ‘Dune’ in Spain?

It is time to learn about the legacy of the Atreides. Denis Villeneuve’s film is already in theaters.

The most important event of the year for movie and science fiction lovers is here. Dune lands in Spanish cinemas with a luxury cast. Director Denis Villeneuve has been able to bring together Timothee Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Zendaya, Dave Bautista, Jason Momoa, Javier Bardem, Josh Brolin and Stellan Skarsgard in the same film. And, in addition to that, it has achieved a remarkable production, rated highly by all the critics who have already seen it. Come on what Dune It is the essential task of any cinephile this weekend.

These are turbulent times, also in the film industry. Changes of dates, premieres on streaming platforms, delays, cancellations … It is normal to be a bit lost nowadays and not really know how and where to watch some of the most important films of the year. Are you wondering where to see Dune in Spain? Well, the answer is easy: only in cinemas as of September 17.

It is normal that doubts with this particular film are more common than with other titles, since its release will be very staggered and in different formats. France or Germany already have it on the billboard, Spain arrives on the 17th and in other countries they still have to wait a month to be able to enjoy it. This is the case in the United States.

It is curious that in the Mecca of cinema they cannot see the planetary adventure until the end of October. They will do so with a simultaneous premiere in physical cinemas and the streaming platform HBO Max. This may be the reason that in Europe it has been launched before, to avoid the piracy that has occurred with titles such as Black widow or the little attendance to rooms in favor of the living room at home.

Will it reach an online service in Spain? Sure, but it won’t be for a few months. Godzilla vs Kong O Mortal Kombat, other Warner Bros. productions, it took a month and a half to be available on streaming platforms. But not for free, but upon payment of about € 9.99 if it is a rental and € 16.99 if it is a purchase. It has usually reached Apple TV, Rakuten, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Movistar +, Vodafone, Orange TV, Sony and Microsoft, but this data has not yet been confirmed.

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