‘Bastille Day’ Promotional Material Taken Down Following Nice Terror Attack | Film News
Rest in peace all those whose lives were cruelly taken in Nice on what should have been such a happy occasion. Promotional material for the terror-attack thriller Bastille Day, starring Idris Elba, has been pulled by StudioCanal out of respect for those who were injured or killed in the Nice truck atrocity.
As reported by Hollywood Reporter, the films distributor decided to take down posters and adverts for the film in which Elba plays a CIA agent aiming to thwart a terror attack on Bastille Day. This is the second time the film has been postponed or pushed back, the first time being the planned release date being postponed to November following the attacks in Paris.
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