July 20, 2012
This morning, Warner Brothers pulled the trailer for upcoming film “Gangster Squad” from screenings of “The Dark Knight Rises,” which debuted in theaters last night.
According to Deadline, Warner Bros. held a meeting this morning to deliberate on whether or not to pull the trailer.
The decision comes after news of the Century Theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado, which, so far, has left as many as 12 dead and tens more wounded.
Here Alex’s take on last night’s shooting:
- Eff A Coldhearted Thug: 14 Dead And 50 Injured After Gunman Opens Fire In Aurora, Colorado On “Dark Knight Rises” Theatregoers (bossip.com)
- 14 Dead, 50 Injured in Mass Shooting at Colorado Movie Theater (whnt.com)
- Police confirm at least 14 dead, 50 injured after movie theater shooting in Colorado (minbcnews.com)
- Mass-shooting Kills Several At Colorado Movie Theater (wibw.com)
- Massacre in CO theater: 14 dead, 50 injured (fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com)
- 14 Dead, 50 Injured After Late Night Shooting at ‘Dark Knight Rises’ Screening in Colorado: VIDEO (towleroad.com)
- At least 20 wounded in shooting at Colorado movie theater, official says (cnn.com)
- Report: Movie Theater Shooting Hurts at Least 20 (fox8.com)
- Dark Night: Mass Shooting at Batman Movie Premiere Kills 14, Injures 50 (cnsnews.com)
- BREAKING: Mass Shooting In Cinema in Aurora, Colorado…14 Dead And Approximately 50 Injured In Denver Shooting, 4 Died At Hospital… One Suspect Was in Custody (investmentwatchblog.com)