Vue Cinemas have pulled screenings of Blue Story because of an incident in Birmingham.
This brawl however, is said to have taken place during a Vue cinema screening of Disney’s #Frozen2 👀
Considering there have been no reports of violence at any other screening of @bluestorymovie , it’s unclear why @vue has decided to pull @rapman’s feature debut from all of its venues across the UK.
Everyone understands opening weekend is important to films. Especially indie films. Especially to a black indie film of which getting to the big screen is not easy.
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A VIOLENT gangsta movie made by the BBC has been axed from cinemas after 100 yobs armed with machetes and knives clashed on its opening evening.
Seven cops were hurt as they desperately tried to control brawling scenes for 90 minutes at the screening of Blue Story.
This is one film 🎥 which has caused Police 👮♂️ to over react and Vue targeting the black community again.
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Reports emerged of a gang arriving at the Vue cinema armed with machetes prompting armed police to descend on the complex.
It was then revealed the Vue Cinemas decided to ban Blue Story following the incident.
Rapman, real name Andrew Onwubolu, reacted to the brawl with a statement on Twitter which said: ‘Sending love to all those involved in yesterday’s violence at Star City in Birmingham. It’s truly unfortunate that a small group of people can ruin things for everybody.
Alluding to the cinema ban, the filmmaker continued: ‘There were also a few incidents earlier this year with the release of The Joker, it’s always unfortunate, but I hope that the blame is placed with the individuals and not an indictment of the film itself.’
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