In the wake of the Manchester attack, Netflix is canceling its upcoming London premieres. The streaming giant has scrapped plans for a special screening of Jenji Kohan’s Orange Is The New Black and GLOW, her new wrestling dramedy.
Additionally, Universal Pictures has canceled the U.K. premiere of Tom Cruise-starrer The Mummy, in the wake of Monday’s attack. The premiere had been set for June 1.
The BBC said Thursday that Radio 1’s Big Weekend festival will take place “as planned” this weekend in Hull, England after the bombing. Added the public broadcaster: “We ask for the patience and cooperation of anyone coming to the event on the weekend and that they allow extra time to pass through security.”
On Tuesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May raised the terrorism threat level from “severe” to “critical,” and warned that another attack on the U.K. could be “imminent.” Six men and one woman have been arrested so far in the U.K. in connection to the deadly attack.