According to this report on IMDB producers of the new V for Vendetta film are refusing to edit out scenes of terrorist attacks on the London underground, despite the real thing only having just happened.
Executive producer Joel Silver says, "It's a great time for this movie. It's a controversial film and it's a controversial time. It's going to make people think." Fellow producer David Lloyd adds, "In terms of what happened in London it's important to try and understand what leads people to terrorism. There should be lots of movies made about terrorists." Director James McTiegue explains, "Terrorism is one of those themes that never really goes away."
Personally I don't believe the scenes are in need of being censored. However, I do question the intelligence of the movie makers- it's a "great time for the movie"? Isn't that more than a tad tasteless? As for David Lloyd's comment on the importance to "try and understand what leads people to terrorism"- I think there's a massive gulf between Islamic terrorism and V for Vendetta's lead character, a man twisted by his experiences in a concentration camp (if memory serves me he's also subjected to medical experimentation). Not that there's any excuse to engage in terrorist acts like he does in the story. Also, "there should be lots of movies made about terrorists"? WTF? So we can "understand" them? Sympathise with them too maybe?