Fifty Shades Sequel Cast Safe After Nice Attack

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Singer Rihanna's concert in Nice, France, continues to be cancelled following the Bastille Day assault that killed at least 84 people and injured over 150.

It is not known whether she was with revelers watching fireworks as part of the celebration of Bastille Day when the attack occurred.

The popular film "Fifty Shades of Grey" sequel titled "Fifty Shades Darker" crew nearly got a glimpse of death while filming in Nice, France - where the country was attacked on Thursday night.

The Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson-starring erotic drama is filming on the French Riviera near Nice.

There are no details at present on whether production on the film will be suspended following Thursday night's attack. However, sources say the makers shot scenes on Thursday in the region but wrapped production before the attack happened in the night.

"Back safe in my hotel room". "Thanks for everyone's concern and messages". "Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed" are said to be steamier than "Fifty Shades of Grey" and will be released in February 2017 and February 2018, respectively.

Officials are describing the rampage, France's deadliest attack since ISIS hit Paris a year ago, as an act of terrorism.

Meanwhile, the book's author E.L. James wrote: "Just heard about the horrendous events in Nice".

The film's producer Dana Brunetti also confirmed those involved in making the movie - many of whom are French - were fine.

"Thoughts are with the families of the dead and injured".