Sadly, "Thor: Love and Thunder" will not be released in theatres by Golden Screen Cinemas in Malaysia. This comes after reports surfaced two weeks ago saying the film will be delayed indefinitely.

Disney has updated that the Marvel Studios film Thor: Love and Thunder will not be released in Malaysia after all, thus "dear valued customers," we regret to inform you.

"We apologize for any trouble this may have caused and appreciate your understanding," GSC wrote on its social media channels.

The closing retort said, "Please purchase our goods, OK." That's the second bit of tongue-in-cheek criticism to come from the country's largest movie chain in the past week.

The movie, which was directed by Taika Waititi and premiered in North America on July 8th, has so far made $283 million. So far, "Thor" has made $685 million over the globe

This is the second Disney film whose release was delayed in Malaysia within the past two months. The Malaysian censorship authority (LPF) demanded edits to the picture,

certified for release, leading to the cancellation of the June release of the Pixar movie "Lightyear" in the country. Disney has refused to make the edits and is instead releasing "Lightyear".

Nearly twenty countries, especially those with a Muslim majority, voiced their disapproval of "Lightyear" due to its homophobic undertones