After the massive firing incident in Las Vegas, Warner Bros. Studios has decided to cancel the red carpet premiere of his film ‘Blade Runner 2049’ in Hollywood. At least 59 people have died and more than 500 people have been injured in this attack.
In a statement given to Entertainment Weekly, the studio said, “Warner Bros Pictures, Sony Pictures, and Alcon Entertainment are canceling the red carpet program tomorrow for ‘Blade Runner 2049’ due to the tragic events of the night. We express condolences and pray for the victims of this tragedy. “Earlier, Open Road Films also canceled Marshal’s red carpet premiere.
‘Runner 2049’, starring Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford, under the direction of Dennis Villeneuve, is a sequel to Ridley Scott’s science fiction film, ‘Blood Runner’, in 1982. It will be released on Friday.
35 years later, remake is going on, several hundred million budgets
According to a Guardian report, the film’s production budget is only 215 million rupees ($ 33.8 million). This movie is a sequel to Blade Runner, which is being made 35 years later. In some reports, the cost of the film is more and more.