'San Andreas' to Adjust Promotional Materials in Light of Nepal Earthquake
Warner Bros. have released a statement stating they will continue with the scheduled release date of San Andreas, but will adjust their promotional materials in light of the recent Nepal earthquake that killed 5,200 people.
“We will continue to evaluate our worldwide marketing campaign to ensure that we are sensitive to those affected by this tragic event,” a studio spokesman said in a statement that was first released by Variety.
In response to the devastation in Nepal, promotional materials for San Andreas will include information about ways in which people can participate in relief efforts.
Warner Bros. aren't the only studio who'll be rolling out a movie that is focussed on a disaster: Universal is releasing Everest, a film about a 1996 Mount Everest expedition that ended in disaster.
Warner Bros.’ parent company, Time Warner, will match any donations its employees make to disaster relief in Nepal and has distributed a list of eligible charities.