‘The Conjuring 2’ Pulled From French Cinemas Following Disorders During Showings | Film News
I thought Saturday Night was a good time for fighting. A number of cinemas in France have pulled screenings of The Conjuring 2 following reports of troubling occurrences whilst the film was being shown. Reports of “loud laughter”, “hysterical yelling”, and even a violent altercation that escalated into a large scale brawl after one group annoyed other members of audience by “screaming at the slightest movement” on screen.
The film has exceeded expectations at the box office, making £213 million worldwide, on course to beat the previous £246 million global profit from the original.
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