‘Dune' Is Now Streaming Again — Where to Watch the Oscar-Nominated Film Online
By Danica Creahan
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After the long-awaited Dune made its theatrical release last fall, the project was also made available on HBO Max for 30 days. Now Denis Villeneuve's sci-fi epic has returned to HBO's streaming service just in time for the 2022 Academy Awards. Dune earned 10 Oscars nominations, including Best Picture, Best Cinematography, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Visual Effects. Starring Timothée Chalamet, Oscar Isaac and Zendaya, this universe is one you surely want to enter.
Dune is based off of Frank Herbert's classic science fiction saga of the same name, and follows Paul Atreides, a nobleman, who lives in the distant future in an intergalactic feudal society ruled by one all-powerful emperor. Paul is forced to relocate with his parents to the desert planet Arrakis -- the most dangerous planet in the universe, better known as Dune. On Dune, Paul’s family is tasked with overseeing the harvest of a precious spice possessing the power to extend human life and enhance human abilities, all while fending off enemies that range from royals to carnivorous sandworms.
Sci-fi, literature and Timothée Chalamet fans alike won’t want to miss the first installment of what may become an epic spacefaring franchise like no other. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch Dune.
When did Dune come out?Dune premiered in select theaters and hit HBO Max early on Oct. 2021.
How to watch Dune: The film has now returned to HBO Max as of March 10. You can also buy or rent the emotionally charged hero's journey on streaming platforms like Amazon Prime Video and Apple TV+.