Hail Your Local Sandworm, Because ‘Dune: Part Two’ Is Coming to Max

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We have good news for all you spiceheads out there: You no longer have to ride a sandworm to your local theater for Dune: Part Two, the epic sequel to the Timotheé Chalamet–starring sci-fi saga. The film is now available for rent and purchase—and it’ll soon land on Max.

Dune: Part Two picks back up with Paul Atreides (Chalamet) in the deserts of Arakkis, now living among the Fremen and Chani (Zendaya). The group plans to take its home back from House Harkonnen—even if that means all-out war. To aid them, Paul needs to learn how to ride a sandworm—which is clearly more difficult than evading them with wiggly dance moves. He’ll also fight Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen (Austin Butler), the successor to House Harkonnen, in a much-anticipated duel. Plus, the new film boasts an expanded role for Zendaya, as well as appearances by a bevy of newcomers, including Butler, Florence Pugh, Christopher Walken, and Anya Taylor-Joy.

If you haven’t watched Dune: Part Two yet, what are you waiting for? As we wrote in our review, it’s the best sci-fi film of the decade. Here’s your guide to streaming the film.

Where Is Dune: Part Two Streaming?

Right now you can buy Dune: Part Two on Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, Google Play, and Fandango at Home, or buy/rent it on Apple TV+. Don’t want to shell out the money for a digital copy? Have no fear—Dune: Part Two will hit Max on May 21.

If you ask us, it’s worth waiting for Dune: Part Two’s Max release, simply because we want to watch the Timmy-rides-a-sandworm scene over, and over, and over (and over) again.

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