The world was shaken up Friday when more than 100 people died following deadly city-wide terrorist attacks in Paris, France.
As Lionsgate gears up for Monday's Los Angeles premiere of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 -- their fourth and final installment of the four-part series based on the novel by Suzanne Collins -- the production studio has decided to cancel all red carpet interviews in wake of the situation.
"Out of respect for the very recent events in Paris, we have decided to modify our red carpet, and we will not conduct interviews at Monday's Mockingjay 2 premiere," ET was told in a statement from Lionsgate. "We will proceed with the rest of the event as planned in honor of the incredible fans who have always supported our films with such passion."
After Friday's tragic events, some of the film's stars took to social media to show support for the people of Paris.
"My deepest thoughts and feelings go out to all those affected in Paris right now," Liam Hemsworth, who plays Gale Hawthorne, tweeted.
My deepest thoughts and feelings go out to all those affected in Paris right now.— Liam Hemsworth (@LiamHemsworth) November 14, 2015
Elizabeth Banks hosted Saturday Night Live on Saturday, and the live sketch show paid tribute to the victims in the cold open through a bilingual statement given by Cecily Strong. One day before Banks' SNL appearance, the actress-director shared artist Jean Jullien's Eiffel Tower peace sign drawing that has gone viral following the attacks.
"What to even say," Banks, who stars as Effie Trinket, captioned the photo.
Willow Shields, aka Primrose Everdeen, also shared the photo, simply accompanying her tweet with the hashtag, "#PrayForParis."
This isn't the first movie that's made changes to their original premiere plan following the events in the French capital. Fox cancelled the Paris premiere of Steven Spielberg's Cold War thriller, Bridge of Spies. As ET previously reported, the director was reportedly on his way from Berlin to Paris to debut the film when the tragedy struck.
A number of bands and artists, like U2, Coldplay, Foo Fighters, Simple Plan, Marilyn Manson and Eagles of Death Metal, have also decided to cancel or postpone scheduled shows. Watch the video below to hear more.