When a studio releases a big-budget blockbuster, they want to make sure the stars of the film are out doing the publicity rounds. But in the case of “The Predator,” according to one actress, they would probably prefer she stays home.

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Yesterday, we talked about how Olivia Munn brought to light the fact that director Shane Black knowingly hired a registered sex offender for a scene involving the actress. The man in question is a friend of Black’s, but the filmmaker failed to mention the actor’s criminal background before the scene. This led Munn to be shocked when she found out, just a few weeks ago about the man’s sex offender status. Fox, upon Munn’s revelation, quickly cut the scene from the final film.

But that doesn’t mean that Munn is completely happy with promoting the film before it’s upcoming release.

In a tweet, the actress explains exactly why she’s doing the publicity for “The Predator,” and it’s not because she necessarily wants to. “I’m contractually obligated. And from what I’m experiencing, I think they’d prefer I not show up. It would make everyone breathe easier. Also, I worked really hard on this film, as did the rest of the cast and crew. Now that the scene is deleted I think audiences will love it,” tweeted Munn.

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“The Predator” recently premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival (our review) and will soon make its worldwide debut later this month.