Once again a Hollywood movie is all set to release in India, before its release in the United States Of America. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared the news through his Twitter account. Taking to his twitter account he shared the latest teaser of the latest instalment of the film. Along with it he also shared the good news about its early release in India. He wrote, "Yet another Hollywood film to arrive in India *before* its release in USA... #JohnnyEnglishStrikesAgain to release in India on 28 Sept 2018... Four weeks *before* it opens in USA... Stars Rowan Atkinson..."
'Johnny English' is a British series of action-comedy films parodying the James Bond secret agent genre. It features Rowan Atkinson as the titular character, based on the screenplay written by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and William Davies. The first movie of the series titled 'Johnny English' released in 2003 and was much loved and appreciated. The second instalment of the film released in 2011 and now the third release after seven years. The series is also infused with comedy that is similar nature to the lead actor Rowan Atkinson's popular Mr. Bean character.
The first film in the series was helmed by Peter Howitt, the second by Oliver Parker and the third part which is due to release was directed by David Kerr.
Hollywood movie makers are increasingly releasing their films in India before US because of the increasing fan following in the country. Hollywood is finding a potential market for their films in India and in the process are encouraging the practice by releasing their movies in India first. The Hollywood movies that have released first in India are 'The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn', 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon', 'Mission Impossible — Ghost Protocol' and 'Quantum of Solace'.
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