A cinema outside Seoul in South Korea has reportedly stopping screening Die Another Day, less then a week after the film opened to the market.
The cinema made the decision due to low audience attendance and sour public sentiment.
It would seem obvious to tie the cancellation of the film to student protests about Die Another Day‘s Korean element. However, with the protestors in such low numbers, and the film reportedly doing well at other Korean cinemas, the cancellation seems dubious at best.
Die Another Day is reportedly fifth at the South Korean box-office.
Source: The Associated Press