A lot of people were upset that the movie ‘Beauties and the Beasts’ was not released on Netflix as planned.
The film was set to release on Netflix on April 12, 2017, but the studio’s chief content officer, Brad Pitt, decided that the film was not ready for release.
Instead, the film will be released digitally.
A lot people were not happy about this decision.
The movie was supposed to have its release on April 9, but Brad Pitt decided that it was not the right time to release it on Netflix.
People were also upset that Brad Pitt was delaying the release of the film.
The ‘Beautys and the Bons’ trailer has over 50,000 views on Youtube.
The trailer was also released on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms.
The reaction on Facebook was quite negative, as many people are still questioning the decision to delay the release date of the movie.
“We are not happy with Brad Pitt delaying the film’s release date, the decision is not good.
Brad Pitt should not be delaying the movie’s release, and the movie should be released by the date it was supposed.
The decision to release the movie digitally should not come at the cost of releasing it on Blu-ray.
We demand Brad Pitt release the film digitally,” wrote one person.
Another person said, “I have been waiting to see ‘Beautiful Beasts’ on Netflix for almost 2 years now.
I am extremely sad to see it is not coming out sooner.
The delay was unjustified and unjustified.”
This is not the first time that Brad ‘Big’ Pitt has delayed a movie release.
Back in 2015, the filmmaker postponed the release and release date for ‘Sneaky Pete’.
He delayed the release to March 5, 2019, when it was expected that ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’ would be released.
He later delayed the film to October 2, 2018.
Brad ‘Beaut’ Pitt was previously accused of delaying the premiere of ‘Beautifully Disgusting’ in 2015.
According to The Wrap, the ‘Beautytale’ director was asked by a fan why he delayed the premiere date of ‘FANTASTIC BEAST’ from April 11 to May 6, 2019.
“The first thing I did was go back and do my schedule, because I was on my holiday in Vegas and I was planning on going to see the movie in my hometown on May 6.
I had been in the UK for a week, so I was feeling a bit rushed and I got to Vegas at midnight on May 8 and I did the whole movie, but I was in the middle of it and I could not go to the movie theatre because it was too early.
So I went to a friend’s house in Los Angeles, because that’s where the movie was shot.
And the movie did not start until May 7, so we went to the theatre and the next morning I saw the movie and it was great.
I felt very relieved, because there was a lot of excitement going on in the movie,” he said.
The Wrap further reports that Brad, in response to fans who were upset about his decision, said, “[My parents] will never understand what a waste of money it is to delay a movie like this.”
“I had a great time with ‘Fancy Bear,’ so I’m very happy with my movie and the people that were there were very nice and they just kept saying to me, ‘What are you going to do, Brad?’ and I kept saying, ‘We’re going to keep doing this.
We’re going for the sequel.’
I think they got it, because people are not like that,” he added.
The “Beauty” director, in the video below, talks about his delay.