future tense

Is it correct to say like this?
Many people are going to see the picture when it is displayed.

Many people are going to see the picutre when it is displayed.

Hi,

Yes, that’s fine if you are referring to ‘picture’ as a single painting/photograph and not a film.

Alan

Dear mr. Alan. I think MANY PEOPLE ARE GOING TO SEE THE PICTURE WHICH IS GOING TO BE DISPLAYED is better, isn’t it?

Hi Vietanhpham_Winter,

It’s just another way of saying it. I don’t think it’s worse or better.

Alan

But the word WHEN sounds a bit clumsy as sooner or later, the picture will be displayed. I also the tense. I didn’t know why he used present simple but not intention future or simple future.

Hi,

I can’t in all honesty agree that ‘when’ sounds clumsy.

Alan

Hi Alan,

Many people are going to see the film when it is displayed.

Thank you