There is still hope that a nuclear apocalypse could occur in the next day and spare humanity from The Nan Movie, according to an expert closely monitoring the situation.
Amnesty International have been campaigning against the impending release of the feature length film based on Catherine Tate's "beloved" character. Having exhausted all legal routes to halt the atrocity, nuclear war is now seen as the world's best hope.
'The production and distribution of 90 minute movies based on one-dimensional characters is explicitly forbidden under the terms of the Geneva Convention, which classes it as a crime against humanity,' explained Michael Oliver, from Amnesty,
'Unfortunately Catherine Tate and Warner Bros, drunk on misplaced confidence in their own creative genius, have ignored this and plan to release this film across the UK on March 18th in an act of pure barbarism. Our only remaining hope is that Russia's invasion of Ukraine spirals quickly into a full-blown global nuclear war, annihilating the world's population before they can be exposed to the movie.'
The Nan Movie was originally scheduled for release in 2020 but was postponed due to cinemas being closed during Covid-19 restrictions. The ongoing pandemic is widely believed to have been significantly less damaging to the mental health of the wider public.
'If the release of The Nan Movie is not somehow stopped then who knows what other atrocities could follow in an escalation,' continued Oliver,
'We could be looking at a sequel in a year or so or, even worse, a new Mrs Brown's Boys film.'