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Disney Studios has taken a big decision after Russia’s attack on Ukraine. Disney has halted the release of all its films in Russia. With this, Disney has become the first Hollywood studio to do so. At the same time, after Disney’s announcement, Warner Bros., the makers of Robert Pattison starrer ‘The Batman’, has also decided to postpone the release of the film.
Disney halts release of all films including ‘Turning Red’
Disney said in its statement, “Russia has declared war in Ukraine without meaning and it is very sad. In view of this humanitarian crisis, all its upcoming films, including ‘Turning Red’, are not released in Russia. It has been decided. ‘Turning Raid’ was scheduled to release on March 10.”
‘Batman’ makers also decided to stop the release
“Batman” is set for release in North America and several overseas territories on March 4. Russia was also involved in this. However, a spokesperson for the studio said in a statement: “Due to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, WarnerMedia is holding back the release of its feature film ‘The Batman’ in Russia. We will continue to monitor the situation as this situation may change.” Is.”
“We look forward to a speedy and peaceful resolution of this tragedy,” the spokesperson added. Director Matt Reeves’ The Batman is a reboot of the Batman film franchise. Apart from Robert Pattinson and Joe Kravitz, the film also stars Paul Dano, Jeffrey Wright, John Turturro and Peter Sarsgaard in lead roles.