Although it had been advertised for the whole week, selected TV2 at the last moment to switch their planned film 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' out on Sunday evening.
It happens after that on the Tv2 Facebook page was commented on, and you don't think it was over the top to show a movie, which referred to a virus.
It gave TV2 the user right in.
TV2 could well see the sense in switching the film off. Photo: Facebook
Why could the danes on Sunday evening instead, put themselves to see the 'I feel pretty' with Amy Schumer in the starring role instead of movie number two in the uk spionserie.
the Decision is, however, far from the fall into good ground, and on TV2's Facebook page. There you can right now read several postings from users who criticises the 'political correctness' by removing a film, because it's all about a virus.
'What is happening right for you? In taking a bold film, which has advertised heavily for the entire week of the program because few have found it offensive. And in choosing as a kærlighedsfilm in a time where we are encouraged not to cuddle and sit too close. In ought to be ashamed of you', writes a user.
'Tv2 has completely lost the pacifier. Kingman is the squ as fiction, as late as last night sent in a teaser. Also pills in the of.... Our lord preserve us for a time bavl', writes another.
'Votes in with all the others. It is simply beneath all criticism to change the program. We were many who had looked forward to tonight's film', writes a third.
And it continues in the many comments from the danes, who, according to his own admission, almost all had looked forward all week to seeing the movie.
'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' refers to the agent Eggsy, who in the film must stop narkobaronen Poppy, because she has poisoned the drugs, she sells to people. Her mission is to get all drugs legalized, otherwise she will not give the antidote to them, she has poisoned.
There is, therefore, not a real virus in the film, but the idea of toxic substances, therefore, was enough to TV2 changed the movie out.
Ekstra Bladet has tried to get a comment about the replacement of the film from TV2, but they are not yet returned at our request.