Warner Bros. has wiped out Wonder Woman’s London debut in the wake of the Manchester besieging.
The DC Comics film’s debut should occur in London’s Leicester Square on May 31. “Wonder Woman” opens in theatres June 2.
On Thursday, Universal likewise chosen to wipe out the up and coming debut of “The Mummy” in London, Deadline reports. “The Mummy,” featuring Tom Cruise, is expected out on June 9.
“Our considerations are with those influenced by the current disaster in the U.K.,” Warner Bros. said in an announcement. “In light of the present circumstance, we won’t continue with our arrangements for the Wonder Woman debut and junket exercises in London.”
Arian Grande scratched off a few visit dates after a suicide aircraft killed 22 individuals outside her Monday show.
The 23-year-old artist flew home to Boca Raton, Fla., under 24 hours after the assault.
In all seriousness, “so sad,” she tweeted Monday. “I don’t have words.”
Blondie and Take That likewise scratched off shows, while the BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend celebration, including Katy Perry, Lorde, Lana Del Rey and The Chainsmokers, is as yet anticipated that would go on this end of the week.