By FactsWow Team
Posted on: 19 Dec, 2022
James Cameron's new Avatar sequel, Avatar: The Way of Water, is screening in Russia with a pirated film version.
Credits: Den of Greek
Avatar: The Way of Water follows the movie Avatar, released in 2009.
Disney has delayed Avatar 2's Russian release due to the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
Russia chose to disclose the movie viewing unexpectedly and is planning to legalize pirated copies of the film to release Avatar: The Way of Water across the nation.
Russian theatre owners have zero regrets about screening the pirated version of Avatar: The Way of Water.
According to the Russian news source Izvestia, cited in FandomWire, Europe can legally sell pirated versions of movies.
Theater owners are willing to pay between $790 and $15,820, depending on the quality. Other small-theater operators are fine with displaying movies made on camcorders.
Credits: The New York Times
With assistance from the Ministry of Culture, Russia also intends to make viewing films through pirated copies acceptable.
A middleman from Hollywood usually certifies the movie's showing before it is permitted. The Association of Cinema Owners is currently pursuing a new measure that would enable them to achieve their goals without having to deal with Hollywood.
Credits: Hindustan Times
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