Foo Fighters, U2, Natalie Portman cancel events in Paris

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Dave Grohl of the american rock band Foo Fighters pictured on stage as he performs live at Unipol Arena Bologna. Foo Fighters is an American rock band, formed in Seattle in 1994. It was founded by Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl as a one-man project following the death of Kurt Cobain and the resulting dissolution of his previous band. (Photo by Roberto Finizio/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images)

NEW YORK — The Foo Fighters, Natalie Portman, U2 and other entertainers have canceled events in Paris following deadly terrorist attacks in the city.

The Foo Fighters canceled the remaining dates of their European tour, including a planned show in Paris on Monday. Film distributor Mars said Saturday it had canceled promotional appearances for the film “Jane Got a Gun” starring Portman.

A Sunday photo call for the film “Bridge of Spies” — where Steven Spielberg, Mark Rylance and Amy Ryan were scheduled to appear — was canceled by the film’s distributor, Twentieth Century Fox.

U2 postponed its Saturday night concert in Paris, which was to be aired by HBO.

At least 127 people were killed Friday in attacks across the city.