Today, victims of the Aurora, Colorado theater shooting got a special visit from Batman himself, Christian Bale.
The actor, who plays Bruce Wayne in “The Dark Knight Rises,” stopped by the hospital where victims are currently being treated.
Earlier this week, Bale released a statement regarding the tragedy (during a midnight screening last Friday of “TDKR,” a gunman opened fire, killing 12 and injuring 71).
“Words cannot express the horror that I feel… Continue reading Christian Bale Visits 'Dark Knight Rises' Shooting Victims In Colorado
In the aftermath of “The Dark Knight Rises” shooting in Aurora, Colorado, production companies and movie houses have scrambled to reinforce security and avoid any undue offense.
Therefore, Warner Bros. has officially pulled the trailer for the Ryan Gosling-led “Gangster Squad,” which featured a grimly-apt scene. In the clip, four men, dressed in trenchcoats, emerge from behind a movie screen, firing into the theater.
Not only will the trailer not be leading… Continue reading 'Gangster Squad' Trailer Pulled After 'Dark Knight Rises' Shooting
“The Dark Knight Rises” director Christopher Nolan has released a statement regarding the shooting that occurred at a screening of “TDKR” in Aurora, Colorado. (The incident happened at a midnight screening last night in suburban Denver, where 24-year-old James Holmes set off tear gas and opened fire on the crowd, killing 12 audience members and wounding 59.)
After a day full of confusion, anger and sadness, Nolan expressed his condolences for… Continue reading Christopher Nolan Releases Statement On 'Dark Knight Rises' Shooting
UPDATE: Due to the events in Aurora, Colorado earlier, Movies.com will be going dark for the remainder of today. Again, our thoughts and prayers remain with those impacted by these tragic events.
Earlier today, a 24-year-old lone gunman brought at least three guns, a gas mask, tear gas and a bulletproof vest into a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado and opened fire during a midnight screening of… Continue reading 'Dark Knight Rises' Shooting: 12 Dead, 71 Injured in Midnight Screening Massacre (Updated)
In the wake of the horrific shooting at a screening of “The Dark Knight Rises” in Aurora, Colorado, celebrities took to Twitter to express their sympathies.
The outspoken filmmaker and political activist, Michael Moore, was left speechless by the violence of the event.
At approximately 12:30 a.m. on July 20, a gunmen entered a theater at the Century 16 cinema in Aurora. The suspect was said to have set off a tear… Continue reading Colorado 'Dark Knight Rises' Shooting: Celebrities React To Tragedy