“I have lost custody of my children!” ‘Hotel Transilvania 4’ delayed its premiere in the United States and there are very pissed off parents

Hotel Transylvania 4‘, the last in the series of animated films about a group of classic movie monsters was to be released on October 1 after multiple delays, but Theatrical release date has evaporated without explanation from Sony Pictures, which has created considerable discomfort among parents of child fans of the saga and added confusion about its premiere and will launch on Amazon Prime Video as planned or if it has been rescheduled.

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As part of a large agreement between the two companies, ‘Hotel Transylvania 4’ would not go through theaters and will go directly to Amazon Prime globally. Unfortunately, neither company has planned to inform the public that the film would not hit theaters on the October 1 release date, which is the way it is still being marketed in theory. Given the millions of dollars that studios typically spend on marketing, the decision leaves the public without information, resulting in It has left many potential customers disappointed to greatly exaggerated levels. With reactions on twitter, how are you?:

“I LOST CUSTODY OF MY CHILDREN BECAUSE I PROMISED TO TAKE THEM TO HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 4 THIS WEEKEND. MY EX WIFE IS COLERIC AND NOW I CAN’T SEE MY LITTLE CHILDREN ANYMORE. ARE YOU ALREADY HAPPY?”

“WHAT THE FUCK IS HAPPENING YOU ?? Sony has disappointed the kids by not releasing # HotelTransylvania4 in theaters and on top of that Prime didn’t release it today the way it was supposed to. Now my daughter is crying 🤬 She has been waiting for him for months”.

‘Hotel Transylvania 4’ is pending release on Amazon Prime Video. Aside from the growing cases of Covid in the US, part of the reason Hotel Transylvania 4 hasn’t released is close competition. It’s no coincidence that Universal’s ‘The Addams Family 2’ premiered this weekend, an extremely similar horror parody animation available at home, and Sony’s ‘Venom 2’ also in theaters (and triumphing), so the strategic decision makes sense in a market saturated with holdings.

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