Following Monday’s terror attack at an Ariana Grande show at the Manchester Arena, where 22 people were killed and 64 were injured, Warner Bros. has made the decision to cancel the London premiere of the superhero film “Wonder Woman.” The announcement was made by the studio on Wednesday, relating to the scheduled May 31 event.

Warner Bros. cancels London premiere of ‘Wonder Woman’ after terror attack

Warner Bros. Studios said in a statement that their thoughts are with the victims of the recent tragedy and their families. However, the statement continued that in light of the terror incident, they would not be proceeding with their plans for the premiere of “Wonder Woman” and other junket activities planned to be held in London.

The London premiere was set to see the stars of “Wonder Woman,” including Gal Gadot, Robin Wright, and Chris Pine, as well as director Patty Jenkins. However, according to a report by Variety, the superhero film will still make its world premiere on Thursday in Los Angeles.

U.K. terrorism threat level now increased to ‘critical’

As reported by the New York Daily News, the cancellation of the London premiere comes the day after U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May raised the U.K.’s terrorism threat level to “critical,” the highest rating since the 7/7 bombings ten years ago.

According to May, a further attack in the U.K. may be “imminent.” In the latest news of the

According to May, a further attack in the U.K. may be “imminent.” In the latest news of the terror attack, Manchester police have arrested three more men relating to the bombing, bringing the current total to eight, including the suicide bomber’s brother.

The suspected suicide bomber, Salman Abedi, is thought to have died in the explosion.

Ariana Grande canceled several tour dates following attack

Following the explosion in Manchester, Grande canceled several of her tour dates. The singer flew home less than 24 hours after the terror attack. Grande tweeted Monday to say she is sorry from the bottom of her heart, and that she had no words.

Some musicians cancel concerts after Manchester Arena terror attack

As reported by Blasting News, the bands Blondie and Take That canceled shows in the U.K. out of respect to the victims of the attack. However, the BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend music festival is expected to be held this weekend and will feature Katy Perry, Lana Del Rey, Lorde and The Chainsmokers.

Meanwhile, the superhero film ‘Wonder Woman’ will open in theaters in the United Kingdom on June 1 and in the U.S. on June 2.