The sci-fi film will be availble to rent just a month and a half after its release in cinemas this past October.

In case you missed it in cinemas, or if you wish to view it for your second or third time, 'Dune' will be available to stream from home from Monday, December 6.

Certified to be one of this year's biggest draws for cinemagoers, which was initially due to be released in late 2020, the Warner Bros. feature has so far made a $374.2 million dent in the global box office.

Over in the US, 'Dune' was available to stream on HBO Max for no extra charge to subscribers on the same day it was released in cinemas. However, going forward into 2022, WarnerMedia confirmed that their cinema releases will not be following this model. Instead, they will be theatrical releases initially, with a streaming release at a later date.

A couple of weeks after its release, 'Dune' was greenlit for a sequel film, meaning that we'll get to see how Timothee Chalamet, Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson, Javier Bardem and Stellan Skarsgard fare in the follow-up.

We awarded 'Dune' a five-star review, saying that Denis Villeneuve's sci-fi epic might just "claim its place as the foremost sci-fi saga of our time", should the planned sequel live up to the first entry. It also claimed the top spot of our 10 best cinema releases of 2021.

'Dune' will be available to stream via PVOD from December 6, meaning the film can be viewed at a cost from the likes of Google Play, Amazon Prime, YouTube and others.

The film will be available to download digitally on January 17, 2022, and on 4K, Blu-ray and DVD release from January 31, 2022.