EXCLUSIVE: actor Gabriel Luna surprises evacuees by delivering food to Terminator: Dark Fate world premiere party after the event was canceled due to furious forest fires
- The world premiere of Terminator: Dark Fate was canceled Monday evening after forest fires erupted at the Getty Center in Los Angeles
- Food provided for the after party was instead donated to evacuees staying at Westwood Recreation Center
- Actor Gabriel Luna, who plays Android Rev-9 in the film, paid a surprise visit to the fans on the evacuation site while delivering food
- & # 39; The food that was made tonight for the premiere was brought here. I'm happy to be here & # 39 ;, he told DailyMailTV
Terminator star Gabriel Luna made a surprise visit to an evacuation center in Los Angeles, hours after the world premiere of the new movie was canceled due to furious forest fires near the Getty Center in Los Angeles.
The actor was scheduled to walk the red carpet for the premiere of Terminator: Dark Fate, along with fellow stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton, on Monday night.
But instead of attending the star-studded event, the 36-year-old who is playing Android Rev-9 helped deliver food prepared for the afterparty premiere to evacuees at the Westwood Recreation Center.
Luna was photographed by DailyMailTV who hangs out with evacuees after they work together to help the Red Cross.
Help: Actor Gabriel Luna surprised wildfire evacuees in Los Angeles after the world premiere of Terminator: Dark Fate was canceled. He is pictured above with Ginny Schneider, 83
Luna worked with the Red Cross and local fire brigade 37 to deliver food for the premiere of evacuees at the Westwood Recreation Center in LA
Luna went to Instagram to share a photo of him in action and said: & # 39; Thank you to these gentlemen and all LA firefighters who keep people safe
Luna was expected to walk the red carpet in the Getty Center together with co-stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton on Monday evening
& # 39; The food that was made tonight for the premiere was brought here. I'm happy to be here & # 39 ;, Luna told DailyMailTV.
The actor hung around with 83-year-old Ginny Schneider and her cute puppy Brooks who were forced to leave their home at 3:00 am after a fire broke out in the area.
& # 39; I am here to make the best of it and grateful to the Red Cross and this handsome young man for dinner, & # 39; said Schneider.
Luna was also accompanied by his family members who helped deliver food.
& # 39; My son would be at the Terminator premiere tonight, but now we're here and happy to help, & # 39; said mother Deborah Luna.
The actor hung around with 83-year-old Ginny Schneider and her cute puppy Brooks who were forced to leave their home at 3 o'clock after fires broke out in the area
Thousands of residents have been displaced and forced to remain a refuge while the forest fires rage
Luna was accompanied by his family (photo) who was happy to help
Luna went to Instagram on Monday to announce the cancellation of the premiere before asking fans to donate to victims of the forest fires.
& # 39; Due to the #GettyFires, we had to cancel the world premiere of @terminator here in LA. All food that went to the afterparty is now donated to the Westwood Recreation Center via the @americanredcross. If you also want to help, consider making a donation to redcross.org. Link in Bio. Thank you! & # 39; said the post.
Earlier in the day, fellow Terminator star and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger urged Twitter in threatened areas to stay safe and evacuate to a safe location.
On Monday, a small brush fire burns in the hills near the Getty Center in Los Angeles. Firefighting aircraft quickly contain the Santa-powered fire
The world premiere was canceled after a fire erupted near the Getty Center
& # 39; We were safely evacuated this morning at 3.30 p.m. If you are in an evacuation zone, do not rotate. Get out. At the moment I am grateful for the best firefighters in the world, the real action heroes who take on the danger of protecting their fellow Californians, & he tweeted.
Paramount Pictures and Skydance released the following statement on Monday afternoon: & # 39; In light of the ongoing active fires being fought in the area, Paramount Pictures and Skydance premiered & # 39; Terminator: Dark Fate & # 39; canceled tonight in Los Angeles. We will donate food intended for the after-party to the American Red Cross, which serves the victims of the fires. & # 39;
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