Fast & Furious 9 to ‘The Suicide Squad’: The Movies We Hope To See In Theaters Soon

Let’s get ready because for the next few weeks a good portion of great premieres is already announced.

Will we have the opportunity to see Fast & Furious 9, Black Widow, or the new version of Suicide Squad in theaters? The de-escalation of restrictions due to the pandemic opens the doors for theaters to have more blockbusters and films with which to attract the public again. But these times of coronavirus have coincided with the rise of streaming platforms.

It is no longer just about Netflix, the major studios have set their sights on this new exhibition window, practically without intermediaries, which allows reaching a much larger number of viewers and obtaining great benefits in a few weeks. Online premieres have been the salvation to release premieres that were being postponed, also a way to get money in times of so many economic losses.

Fast & Furious 9

And it happens when just four years ago the debate and controversy jumped at the Cannes Film Festival with the inclusion of Netflix productions, The Meyerowitz Stories by Noah Baumbach or Okja by the Oscar-winning Bong Joon-ho, films that in principle would not go through the circuit traditional distribution in theaters. Today having them and online premieres is an assumed reality.

Even other streaming services like Apple + or Amazon Prime Video are bidding to acquire large productions for huge amounts of money.
Be that as it may, directly on the small or on the big screen, in the post-covid era one of the sure changes that we will have will be that the period of time of exhibition between windows, from the cinemas to the various virtual platforms, will be shortened to 45 or 30 days. It may even be a week away (Netflix has already done it with some of its most anticipated productions) or we will see if only a weekend, as a preview on the big screen.

Leave a Comment