Warner Bros would not disclose the amount of the donation and did not make an official announcement. The studio said today it was working with the Colorado Governor’s office and the funds would be donated through givingfirst.org, part of Colorado’s Community First Foundation. 12 people were killed and dozens injured when a gunman opened fire Friday during a midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colorado.
Warner Bros Makes Donation To Victims Of Colorado Movie Theater Shooting
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