“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2,”
“Transformers 3” and “Kung Fu Panda 2” have all been through the censors, said Djonny
Sjafruddin, head of the Indonesian Cinema Companies Union (GPBSI) in a late night press conference. font-family:Arial;color:#333333″>
Assuming no technical difficulties or machine
damage, Djonny said Indonesian fans would definitely be able to watch the
wizard boy on the big screen before Ramadan. He declined to give a definite day. MPAA members — which include Disney, Paramount, Sony Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Universal Pictures and Warner Bros. — went on a boycott over a royalty dispute.
Djonny also assured that the cinema industry,
which suffered severe losses during the five-month Hollywood boycott, would not
increase ticket prices. color:#333333″>”The most important issue here is to bring back audiences
to the cinemas,” he said. color:#333333″>”We hope that if the government plans to issue another regulation
concerning film and cinemas in the future, they would invite the cinema
association,” he continued.