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The owner of theatres in Malaysia, Golden Screen Cinemas, has declared that “Thor: Love and Thunder” won’t be seen in theatres there. This comes after announcements that Thor: Love and Thunder had been put on hold indefinitely two weeks prior.
”Dear cherished customers, kindly be informed that Disney has updated that Marvel Studios’ Thor: Love and Thunder will not, in the end, be released in Malaysia. GSC posted on their social media accounts, “We appreciate your patience and apologize for any difficulty caused.
It concluded with the retort, “Please purchase our goods, OK.” That is the second humorous comment to come from the biggest Thor: Love and Thunder theatre company in the nation in the past week.
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Following the Marvel Studios presentation at ComicCon, GSC released the upcoming release schedule for Marvel movies but crossed off “Thor.”The Thor: Love and Thunder, which Taika Waititi directed, opened on July 8 in North America and has already made $283 million there.
“Thor” has already made $685 million worldwide. The postponement decision marks Malaysia’s second missed opportunity to see a Disney-produced film in the previous two months.
The Pixar film “Light-year” was not allowed to be released in Malaysia in June because the country’s censorship authorities (LPF) requested changes to the movie that were rumored to include a same-sex kiss.
Disney declined to make the adjustments, and it is anticipated that it would release “Light-year” directly on the streaming platform Disney+ Hotstar.
One of nearly twenty nations, with a majority of Muslims, including Malaysia, objected to “Light-year’s” homophobic overtones. Disney declined to comment on “Thor,” but they did say that the movie won’t be released.
Variety is aware that the LPF requested cuts once more, but the studio decided against implementing them.GSC’s sorrow over the loss of yet another significant Hollywood film shows the financial harm Malaysian movie theatres have endured as a result of on-off COVID control efforts over the past two years.
In the years 2017 through 2019, there were an average of 77 million moviegoers per year. In 2021, there were only 3.72 million. Additionally, exhibitors bemoan the fact that the country’s theatrical window has now been reduced from 90 days to just 45 days.
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