Where to watch Dune: Part One before Part Two is released in cinemas
Posted by  badge Boss on Feb 23
You don’t need spice to recall what happened in Dune (Picture: AP)

is right around the corner with fans eager to return to Arrakis for another adventure.

Dennis Villeneuve returns to the helm for the sequel of , with the new film already landing from early screenings.

Adapted from of the same name, as Paul Atreides, son of a powerful duke (Oscar Isaac) in the far future of humanity, who is given the stewardship of the dangerous and unforgiving desert planet Arrakis, aka Dune, home to giant sandworms, a hostile native people and the precious substance spice.

His life is thrown into chaos when his father is murdered in a coup by the powerful Harkonnen family and the Sardaukar, who leave Paul and his mother Jessica (Rebecca Fergusson) to die in the desert.

They are discovered by a Fremen tribe, a group of indigenous people from Arrakis who have learned to survive in its unforgiving climate.

The rich world of Dune is something to behold – but the sheer amount of detail means that many will want to swot up before they see Part Two.

Where can I watch Dune: Part One?

Dune: Part One is streaming now on , so those with a subscription can catch up on Villeneuve’s 2021 epic there.

The first of Villeneuve’s Dune adaptations is streaming right now (Picture: Warner Bros)

The film can be rented on , , , Google Play, Rakuten TV, and for £3.49. Renting a film means that from the time of purchase, you have a limited amount of time to watch it before the purchase expires.

Dune can also be bought for £4.99 on Amazon Prime Video, where you can watch the film as many times as you want before Part Two’s release.

YouTube and Google Play have the film for sale for £5.49, while on Rakuten TV it is priced at £5.99.

You can buy Dune from Apple TV for £7.99, or from the Sky Store for £19.99.

When is Dune: Part Two released?

Dune: Part Two is right around the corner, coming to UK cinemas on March 1.

A synopsis for the film reads: ‘Paul Atreides unites with Chani and the Fremen while seeking revenge against the conspirators who destroyed his family. Facing a choice between the love of his life and the fate of the universe, he must prevent a terrible future only he can foresee.’

Timothee Chalamet will reprise his role as Paul Atreides alongside Zendaya as Chani.

The cast of Dune: Part Two includes even more incredible actors than its predecessor (Picture: AP)

Other returning faces include Ferguson as well as Javier Bardem (Stilgar), Stellan Skarsgard (Baron Harkonnen), Josh Brolin (Gurney Halleck), Charlotte Rampling (Revered Mother Mohiam), Christopher Walken (Emperor Shaddam) and Dave Bautista (Glossu Rabban Harkonnen).

for Part Two, including Elvis star Austin Butler as the ruthless Feyd-Rautha and Midsommar’s Florence Pugh as the Emperor’s daughter Princess Irulan.

Anya Taylor Joy has also been confirmed as a surprise addition to the cast in a secret role, and Lea Seydoux joins the cast as Lady Margot Fenring.

Dune: Part Two is released in cinemas on March 1.