Caption Marvel Isn’t Going To Be Displayed In Nepal, Here Is Why??
With all the excitement being aroused by every other individual in the country regarding the movie, Caption Marvel, it has been sapped due to the fact that it won’t be available in any theatre of Nepal. Yeah! You heard it right, Tragically, The Movie isn’t going to displayed in Nepali theatres as QFX asserted: ‘The distributors did not confirm the motion picture.’ GopiKrishna Movies holds the circulation rights for 12 Disney/Marvel films for 2019 including Captain Marvel.
Let’s gather some information about the movie. Captain Marvel is the new upcoming movie that was set in 1995 and is the American Superhero film which is based on Marvel Comics character Carol Danvers. Being produced by Marvel Studios and it is the 21st film by Marvel and is distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture. Thanks to Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck writer and director respectively for creating such an amazing story and directions.
In the movie, the story follows Danvers as she moves toward becoming Captain Marvel after the Earth is caught in the focal point of a galactic clash between two outsider universe. The casts of the movies are Brie Larson as Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel. Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury and Ben Mendelsohn as Talos. It is for sure one of the saddest news for Marvel fans or even the motion pictures fans when the display has been set out from Nepali theatres.
It has been known from some sources that the producer and distributor of #Captain and agent of Marvel Entertainment is from the same company. That’s why CAPTAIN MARVEL won’t be released in Nepal. The movie Caption featuring Anmol KC has been considered as the main reason for the cancellation of Caption Marvel.
Same company is producer and distributor of #Captain and same company is Nepal agent of Marvel Entertainment. That's why CAPTAIN MARVEL won't be released in Nepal :https://t.co/oZ8FKo26vl pic.twitter.com/ZpNrTnaByQ
— moviemandu (@moviemandu) March 7, 2019
— Bisnu sharma (@sharmabishnu) March 7, 2019