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    daemon99 is offline Member
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    Default release vs come out

    1) The movie is releasing in 10 theatres next Friday.
    2) The movie is coming out in 10 theatres next Friday.
    3) The movie is releasing next Friday.
    4) The movie is coming out next Friday.


    Can someone please tell me which of the above sentences sound natural?

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: release vs come out

    1 & 3 don't work for me- they should be in the passive (being released).

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