StudioCanal Confirm Pulling Of ‘Bastille Day’ From French Cinemas | Film News
A decision deliberated about after the Paris shootings, made following a more recent tragedy. Idris Elba’s terrorist thriller Bastille Day has been pulled from French cinemas after the Nice truck attack. Studio Canal, the distributors of the film had already ordered promotional material taken down for the film to respect the 84 victims killed when Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhel ploughed a 19-tonne truck into a crowd of people, 10 children part of that figure.
Antoine Banet-Rivet, a spokesman for StudioCanal confirmed the decision to withdraw the movie, the film already withdrawn earlier this year in light of the November attacks in Paris.
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