French Release of Natalie Portman's 'Jane Got a Gun' Postponed Following Paris Attacks

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The French release of the Natalie Portman film, Jane Got a Gun, has been postponed following the terror attacks that took place in Paris on Friday.

In light of the tragedy Mars Films, the movie’s French distributor, has decided to push back its release to early 2016.

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Meanwhile, the movie is slated to open in the U.S. next February.

The film’s premiere was canceled on Sunday and Monday due to the series of shootings and explosions at multiple sites throughout the French capital, including the Bataclan and Stade de France stadium, causing President of France, Francois Hollande, to declare a state of emergency. ISIS has since claimed responsibility for the “act of war.”

The Paris premiere of the Steven Spielberg film, Bridge of Spies,was also canceled over the weekend.

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Austin Stowell, who costars in the film, tweeted out a message to the victims following the attacks.

“My thoughts are with the family and friends of those who were wrongfully slain today in Paris,” the 30-year-old actor wrote.

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