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Director Christopher Nolan also made a comment, saying he's devastated of how someone can violate the innocence of his 'home', the cinema.
Warner Bros. Pictures refuses to report the first weekend gross of the Batman film, insisting that the 'box office numbers will be released on Monday' to respect the victims.
Various movie theater chains in New York and Europe have taken initiative to shore up the security at their cinemas following the massacre during the Batman film's screening in Colorado.
Christopher Nolan called the shooting 'savage,' while Hans Zimmer didn't know what to say to express his devastation as saying, 'Words become meaningless because it's so beyond anything.'
It so happens that one of the scenes in 'Gangster Squad' shows several shooters firing into a movie theater audience.
Obama promises to seek justice for the victims and their families, WB extend their sympathies, while celebrities expressed their condolences.
The 'Inception' helmer also weighs in on Rush Limbaugh's accusation that Bane is a secret attack on presidential candidate Mitt Romney, stating, 'It's a very peculiar comment to make.'
A host of overzealous fans of Christopher Nolan's Batman film post curses, sexist slams and death threats against some reviewers who wrote negative opinion on the highly anticipated movie.
Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, Marion Cotillard, Tom Hardy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Gary Oldman and Morgan Freeman are all on hand to join Christopher Nolan at the special screening event.
Actress Anne Hathaway who was his guest of the night was shocked at his revelation, warning him that wrath is coming his way.
It's actually the 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' host who impersonates Pee-Wee's voice and dubs all characters in the preview video for the latest Batman movie.
Walking with a cane, Bruce engages in some chit-chats about his company with Lucius, who later shows a new device he's invented called 'The Bat'.