Dune Gets More Viewers On HBO Max Than Zack Snyder’s Justice League

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Dune has surpassed the number of viewers that Zack Snyder’s Justice League got in its opening weekend release on HBO Max.

As per Variety, Part One of Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation of Frank Herbert’s novel was watched by 1.9m households in the USA during its opening weekend.

Zack Snyder’s Justice League was watched by 1.8m viewers in its opening weekend.

Dune pulls in viewers theatrically and on HBO Max

Read more: Dune Is Dominating In The International Box Office

Dune has grossed $40m box office in its opening weekend, making it WB’s best performing 2021 film so far.

A figure that was better than expected, given the combined theatrical and streaming release.

At the time of writing, the film has grossed $221m worldwide.

As HBO doesn’t release its viewing figures, this data was collected by Samba TV.

For Dune fans, this is hugely positive news.

It’s surely a sign that a sequel will soon be announced.

Villeneuve always intended to make his adaptation into two films.

Hence, we should see a sequel get greenlit hopefully in the coming days.

The spice has flowed, and Villeneuve should get the chance to realise his vision.

We can’t wait to venture back to Arrakis!

What do you make of this news?

Do you think Dune: Part Two will be announced in the coming days?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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