No More Zendaya For A While: A Challengers Update

No More Zendaya For A While: A Challengers Update

Zendaya ‘s new film “Challengers” is directed by the amazing Luca Guadagnino whom you may know from his current masterpiece “Call Me By Your Name” starring Timothee Chalamet.

“Challengers” is produced by MGM Studios which is owned by Amazon at the moment. The word Amazon comes with many connotations like forests, child labor, unions, writers’ strike, the question “How to support the writers’ strike?“… 

Zendaya ‘s Challengers Movie Most Likely To Be Delayed

Zendaya as Tashi Duncan

So, in support of the Writers Guild of America (WGA) strike and the Screen Actors Guild (SAG-AFTRA) that you may know as the writers’ strikethey say. However, we all know to promote “Challengers” freely with Zendaya, Luca Guadagnino is in talks of delaying the movie. 

Challengers which also stars Josh O’Connor and Mike Faist is set to open the 80th Venice Film Festival on August 30 and to hit the streaming platforms on September 15. 

If Challengers don’t do press, Zendaya’s 10M USD worth of contracting will go to waste, considering she is one of the most influential actors in Hollywood. Challengers’ potential audience mainly will come because of  Zendaya’s red carpet hand waves and youtube interviews, so why waste this? 

Now, forget about Amazon and MGM Studios. What should you do?

Demand For An Early Release of Zendaya’s Challengers Movie!

Zendaya‘s massive fan base is something they may not want to mess with! It may heighten the writers’ strike process. We may put them in a difficult situation with our demand for an early release of Zendaya’s Challengers movie. 

You see what is happening with Oppenheimer since it belongs to the Warners Bros. There isn’t any proper press for Nolan’s presumable masterpiece, and it’s causing damage to the studios. 

Better living conditions for thousands of people are more important than watching a silly little movie from our homes! The audience will not even go to the cinema for the “Challengers” experience. We can wait for a while if it’s going to help create justice in creative spaces. 

What do you think? Please don’t forget to share your opinions!


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