The tragedy in Colorado wasn't stopping Batman fans from checking out 'The Dark Knight Rises' at the at Friday afternoon.
Despite the frightening events at a midnight screening in Aurora, Colorado - where a gunman opened fire in a crowded theater, killing twelve moviegoers and injuring scores more - fans of the Caped Crusaider had little concern about seeing the movie.
"None at all," said one woman when asked about whether the incident in Colorado worried her when heading out to the theater today. "Crazy things are always happening out there," she added before dashing through the rain to her car.
About half of those queried were unaware of the massacre at the movie screening late last night.
“Yeah, it did have an effect on me,” said Arlivia Sylvester, who had just seen the film and had heard about the shooting in Colorado on the radio on his way to the theater. “Not concern about my safety, but hearing it, it was in my mind in the movie, like, ‘oh yeah, someone could come in here.’”
“That was wrong for him to do that,” Sylvester added. “I was kind of scared someone would come in, another guy could do the same thing.”