September 2012
Film Journal International;Sep2012, Vol. 115 Issue 9, p3
The author reflects on how the motion picture industry reacted to the July 2012 mass shootings at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado during a showing of the film "The Dark Knight Rises." The studio that released the film, Warner Bros., is praised for its actions such as offering condolences, delaying the box-office earning reports, and removing the trailer for the film "Gangster Squad," which featured a movie theater shooting. Increased security measures at other theaters are also discussed.


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