“Fast and Furious 9” (F9) was released in F9 in some markets and had an exciting start at the box office, with a box office of US$162.4 million (approximately Rs 118.4 billion) at the opening weekend. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, this is the largest Hollywood movie released globally. This is largely due to China. “Fast and Furious 9” was released there on May 21 (Friday) and earned US$135 million (approximately Rs 9.84 billion) in three days. Starting on Wednesday, May 19, “Fast and Furious 9” will begin global promotion in the eastern United States.

Universal Pictures chose the ninth “Fast and Furious” chapter of the interlaced display. F9 began to travel in the aforementioned markets in the third week of May and will enter more markets in one month. “Fast and Furious 9” will be released in Australia, New Zealand and Eastern Europe on June 17. Then a week later, “Fast and Furious 9” will open in the United Kingdom and Singapore on June 24, and in the United States and Canada on June 25. F9 will also premiere in Scandinavia at the end of June.

“Fast and Furious 9” will enter Western Europe in July, starting from Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands and Spain on July 8, and then entering France and Sweden on July 14, although Italy only expires on August 18. Currently scheduled for July 22. Universal Pictures apparently considered local restrictions. Naturally, given the frustrating second wave of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, India is now marked as “coming soon” (earlier than June 25).

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Veronika Kwan Vandenberg, President of International Distribution of Universal Pictures, said in a prepared statement: “When a suitable film is shown, moviegoers are eager to return to the theater.”[Fast & Furious 9 is] A good movie suitable for the Chinese market. It has a strong fan base. “

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