By Oliver Gettell
Updated July 14, 2016 at 12:00 PM EDT

The cast and crew members working on the film Fifty Shades Darker in the South of France are safe and accounted for in the wake of a truck attack Thursday night in Nice that killed at least 80 people and left dozens more seriously injured.

Dana Brunetti, a producer on the Fifty Shades of Grey sequel, shared a statement from the production team on Facebook that said, “Production has confirmed that everyone working on location in the south of France is okay. Everyone has been accounted for and is safe and sound.”

Brunetti added, “Thanks for everyone’s messages and concerns. Another sad day for France and the world.”

Fifty Shades Darker had been filming outside the city of Nice, and production had concluded for the day before the attack took place, according to a source.

James Foley is directing the Fifty Shades Darker, which stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan. The film is scheduled for release Feb. 10, 2017.

Fifty Shades Darker

  • Movie
  • R
  • 118 minutes
  • James Foley