James Bond in 3D: Good news for James Bond fans, 'No Time To Die' will be released in 3D

James Bond in 3D: Good news for James Bond fans, 'No Time To Die' will be released in 3D

There is a big news for the fans who have been waiting for a long time for the James Bond film 'No Time To Die' which will thrill them.

To be released in 3D (James Bond Film)

The next film of the world-famous 'James Bond Series', 'No Time to Die', is going to be released on 30 September 2021 after a long wait and now according to the report of Bollywood Hungama related to this film, then this film will be released in 3D. And this will be the first time that James Bond's film will be seen on the big screen in 3D at this time (epidemic period) and the viewers of India will also enjoy this film in 3D itself.

3D (3D In Theaters) in India and China

As per a source, “The 3D version of No Time to Die will be available only in India and China. In the rest of the world, No Time to Die will be released only in 2D. This 3D format is being done especially in India and China to entice the audience to the theater again. We hope to have a turn-around film in cinemas after the No Time to Die lockdown.”

What ended the rift between Warner Bros. and multiplexes

According to the news, Warner Bros. was having a dispute with multiplexes over profit sharing for a long time. In which Warner Bros. had demanded a share of a huge amount from 3D premium. Which is actually charged from the audience by multiplexes but theaters refused to do so. After that the differences started.

All these tussles started from 2018 but now if sources are to be believed, the multiplex chain has put an end to all the tussles by agreeing to share a certain amount to Warner Bros., which apparently hurts the makers, distributors and theater owners of the film. It is going to be a profitable deal because the way there is a craze among the fans regarding the 25th series of James Bond, it seems that the film will do huge business.

'No Time to Die' to be released world wide

In November last year, its release was pushed due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. Later the release date was changed to April, 2021. Let us tell you that the fans of this series are all over the world. This film will be released in English, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Punjabi, Gujarati, Bhojpuri, Bengali. Let us tell you that 'No Time to Die' is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga.

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Shahrukh Khan met his son Aryan at Arthur Road Jail

Shahrukh Khan met his son Aryan at Arthur Road Jail

Actor Shah Rukh Khan reached Mumbai's Arthur Road Jail to meet his son Aryan, who is jailed in the cruise ship drug raid case. Shahrukh Khan met his son in jail for 15 minutes. For the first time Shahrukh came to meet his son who was in jail for several days. Aryan's bail plea was rejected in the sessions court on Wednesday. Narcotics Control Bureau is continuously opposing bail in Aryan Khan case. All the arguments of NCB are mainly based on WhatsApp chat. Now his lawyer has filed a petition in the Bombay High Court for Aryan's bail.

King Khan's son Aryan Khan has once again suffered a major setback in the drugs case. In fact, the special court has rejected the bail plea of ​​the three accused, including Aryan. Which means that they will have to stay behind bars for now.

A special court in financial capital Mumbai has refused bail to actor Shah Rukh Khan's son Aryan Khan and two others. He was arrested in connection with the seizure of drugs from a cruise near Mumbai. Special Judge VV Patil dismissed the bail applications of Aryan and his two friends - Arbaaz Merchant and Munmun Dhamecha. After which Aryan's lawyer will now approach the Bombay High Court.

The NCB had arrested Aryan Khan, Merchant and Dhamecha on October 3 for possession of drugs, conspiracy related to it, its consumption, purchase and smuggling. All three are currently in judicial custody. Aryan and Merchant are lodged in Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai and Dhamecha is in Byculla Women's Jail. These people have been booked under sections 8(c), 20(b), 27, 28, 29 and 35 of NDPS.

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