Universal Pictures canceled Saturday's plans to release "The Hunt" – a thriller about a group of "globalist elites" killing people for sport – after two mass shootings, with a total of 31 in El Paso and Dayton People died, Ohio.
"The Hunt" with Betty Gilpin, Hilary Swank and Emma Roberts was due to be released on September 27th.
"While Universal Pictures had already disrupted the marketing campaign for" The Hunt, "" After careful consideration, the studio has decided to cancel our plans to release the film, "states Universal Pictures posted on the film's website. "We stand by our filmmakers and continue to distribute films in partnership with the courageous and visionary creators involved in this satirical social thriller, but we understand that this is not the time
"The Hunt" follows a group of people in the trailer of the Fi Explains lms: "We pay for everything, so this land belongs to us." For the sport They went in search of people who abducted them and took them away to an unknown location. On the trailer were to see people who were shot.
The studio's decision to cancel the release came after 31 people were killed in two mass shootings last weekend.
The first occurred on Saturday on a crowded Walmart in El Paso, where a man with an AK-armed style rifle shot 22 people. Nine people died early Sunday morning when an armed man opened fire on a crowd gathering on the sidewalk of a bustling entertainment area in Dayton.
On Friday President Trump starred on "The Hunt" on Twitter. without naming it specifically. He said it was made to "ignite and cause chaos".
"Liberal Hollywood is racist at the highest level and with great anger and hatred!" He wrote. "They like to call themselves" elite, "but they're not an elite."
He continued, "They create their own violence and then try to blame others, they are true racists and very bad for our country!"
Mr Trump also briefly mentioned Hollywood and may have commented on the movie before leaving South Lawn on Friday.
"Hollywood is really horrible," Trump said in a transcript. "They talk about racism – Hollywood is racist. What they do with the kind of movies, which they bring out – that is actually very dangerous for our country.What Hollywood is doing is a huge disruption to our country
Universal had already announced plans to temporarily suspend the film's commercialization this week, " for reasons of sensitivity to attention to the recent shooting tragedies in the country, "it said in a statement." It was said that it was about "reviewing materials as we discussed
It is not the first time that headlines about violence have influenced the release of a film.
In 2001, Arnold Schwarzenegger's action film "Collateral Damage," which had a terrorist theme and was to be published after the September 11 attacks, was postponed to the following year.
The next year saw the release from "Phone Booth," a thriller about a crazy sniper, postponed by 20th Century Fox, fearing that his plot would actually correspond to the actual sniper shootings in the Washington area that killed 10 people for three weeks.  A few years earlier a "Buffy" television finale was canceled because of the similarities it had between him and the mass shootings at Columbine High School in Colorado.