The sequel to “Fifty Shades of Grey” has been filming in Nice, France where on Thursday night a truck armed with explosives killed 80 people after plowing through a crowded Bastille Day celebration.

According to sources, the “Fifty Shades Darker” cast and crew are safe and accounted for. The film, starring Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan, had been shooting on the French Riviera the past few weeks.

It’s unknown if production will be suspended this weekend. Sources say the erotic drama shot scenes Thursday in the region but wrapped production before the attack.

A rep for Universal Pictures could not be reached for comment.

Officials are describing Thursday’s rampage as an act of terrorism. It marks France’s deadliest attack since ISIS hit Paris last year.

Earlier in the evening, producer Dana Brunetti posted a photo on Instagram with James and producer Michael De Luca in the nearby city of Monte Carlo.

“Back safe in my hotel room,” Brunetti tweeted after the carnage. “Thanks for everyone’s concern and messages.”

“Fifty Shades Darker” actress Eloise Mumford later posted an image of the French flag with a broken heart icon.

Pop star Rihanna, also staying in the area, canceled her Friday night concert in Nice.