Bad news for Eli Roth fans. Roth’s first directorial effort in six years, The Green Inferno, had been scheduled to hit theaters early next month on September 5th, but now Open Road Films has scratched that plan and looks to be dropping the film, putting the Green Inferno release date up in the air for the moment. Per Deadline, the reason for the delay has to do with financier Worldview Entertainment, which is not keen on maintaining the P&A (aka “print and advertising”) commitment that was set by ex-CEO Christopher Woodrow. With the company refusing to pony up the cash needed for the marketing campaign, Open Road has opted to scratch plans to release the film. More after the jump.