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Film Studio A24 Also Suspended Its Activities In Russia

Film Studio A24 Also Suspended Its Activities In Russia
Studio A24 joined other Hollywood representatives who have suspended their activities in Russia.
A24’s latest release in the country so far has been the sci-fi film  All Everywhere, starring  Michelle Yeoh (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon). At the same time, the film showed the best start among A24 projects in the country – it already has 26.4 million rubles.
According to media reports,  the Volga studio bought the full rights to the picture, thanks to which it ended up in cinemas – usually at the time of the conclusion of the contract, the copyright holders receive only 20% of the amount. If A24 had withdrawn the tape in this case, it would have had to pay a penalty.
But the studio’s next film, the horror  Men (Men) by Alex Garland (Ex Machina), will not be released in Russian rentals in May – the reason is that the rights to the tape were not fully redeemed.
The slasher  X , whose release was scheduled for March 17, did not appear in Russia either – however, the picture will be released digitally tomorrow, April 14.

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