Hollywood movies like Daniel Craig’s ‘No Time to Die’ and Vin Diesel’s upcoming motion-drama ‘Fast & Furious 9’ which had obtained the Indian viewers on the edge of their seats have been re-scheduled to launch and they’re going to now be clashing with different massive Bollywood releases like Akshay Kumar’s ‘Bell Bottom’ subsequent yr. Talking about the identical in an unique dialog with ETimes, senior trade expert Taran Adarsh shared his level of view over the new clashes that the viewers will witness now.
He stated, “Two big studios with major Hollywood films: ‘No Time to Die’ (November 25, 2020) and ‘Fast & Furious 9’ (April 2, 2021) have been shifted to much later dates now. No one wants to risk their film and these films are big films with India being a huge market for them but so is the world market. These films have a simultaneous China release as well and with the US and Europe market witnessing panic, the coronavirus outbreak is having a global impact.”
Furthermore, he even shared his opinion on these Hollywood movies clashing with Bollywood movies at the box workplace. “It’s going to have a ripple effect. With the big films getting postponed to later dates now, there might be some films which were planning come on that date so in the end they may shift ahead or maybe they will agree for a clash. What happens is that it’s going to have a chain reaction and I think a ripple effect is going to spread and once this coronavirus is under control, there is going to be chaos,” he advised.