DUNE: THE MUTANT MAN OF GODZILLA has landed in theaters in over 40 countries around the world, and the first one to receive a theatrical release was Japan, where the film will be shown at the Tokyo Film Festival on September 28.
The movie has already earned a number of international accolades, including a Golden Globe for Best Picture.
A total of 2.3 million tickets are available for the festival, which is scheduled to run from September 30 to October 1.
A new release of DUNE is also in the works, but is not expected to be released until 2021, according to the festival’s website.
The Japanese government is also planning to release DUNE in 2018, but this is not yet confirmed.
The film has already sold over two million tickets in Japan, with an estimated global box office of more than $70 million.
The films box office is expected to grow exponentially as the film becomes more widely known and appreciated around the globe.
In the U.S., DUNE has been in theaters for two years.
The last film to make the jump to digital was THE THIRD WAVE, which debuted on HBO in 2013.
DUNE was released on DVD in 2017, and is available on streaming services like Amazon Video, Hulu Plus and Netflix.
In 2018, DUNE became the first film to win an Academy Award for Best Motion Picture and a Golden Globes for Best Supporting Actress for Natalie Portman.
The next film to be nominated for an Oscar for Best Film will be the 2017 Oscar nominee “The Imitation Game.”