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Fictional terror postponed

Movies can't keep up with real life horror.

The action thriller Bastille Day, starring Idris Elba, has been pulled from French cinemas following the Nice truck attack.

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The film’s original planned release in the UK and Germany was postponed earlier this year, from February and March respectively, in light of the November attacks in Paris, which killed 130 people. It was eventually released in the UK in April and in Germany last month.

That's the present state of Europe where a movie about terrorism keeps getting pushed back because Muslims are spoiling the plot by bringing real death and carnage.

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