Throughout production, there was a fair amount of speculation about the plot of the now-cancelled Blumhouse horror satire “The Hunt,” in which a group of super-wealthy "elites" organizes hunts of human
Trump's misreading of the film no doubt reflects his own persecution complex and television watching habits. Last week, President Donald Trump appeared to have forced the cancellation (at least for the
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Universal Pictures has pulled the release of The Hunt, which was scheduled to come out September 27. In a statement on the movie’s website, the studio said that this is not “the right time” for the film
Co-host of "The Five" Greg Gutfeld, claimed backlash surrounding the Universal Studios film "The Hunt" has been overblown and said the idea of hunting down humans has been a recurring theme for decades.