Renee Zellweger Calls Off Japan Trip Due to Coronavirus
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The 'Judy' actress is supposed to promote her critically-lauded Judy Garland biopic in Asia but she's forced to cancel her trip amid the ongoing coronavirus threats.

AceShowbiz - Renee Zellweger has cancelled a promotional trip to Japan amid the outbreak of coronavirus.

The star was set to travel overseas to mark the cinema debut of her Oscar-winning Judy Garland biopic, "Judy", in Japan on Friday, March 6, 2020, but the actress changed her plans due to the health scare.

While the premiere event was cancelled, Renee instead took interviews from local media outlets via Skype.

She isn't the only celebrity who has been unable to travel for work - Saoirse Ronan has pulled out of a visit to Japan to promote her film "Little Women", while the new James Bond flick, "No Time to Die", which is out in early April, has had its Chinese premiere postponed until further notice.

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