Anne Hathaway, Star Of 'Dark Knight Rises,' Speaks Out On Massacre

Sun, July 22, 2012 1:02pm EST by 2 Comments
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Posted at 1:58 PM on July 22, 2012  

Well done to Director Nolan, Bale, Hathaway, and anybody else who wasn’t afraid to speak out on such a horrific tragedy such as this. This guy Holmes appears to have gone off his rocker fast. Being an honor student, why would you suddenly throw your success away on a dime just so you can murder a dozen people in a theater for no legitimate reason? Something obviously inspired this fruitcake to go out on a whim. Some people have said that maybe it was due to Ledger’s portrayal of The Joker or other characters within the Batman franchise, but to me, that remains unconfirmed. After all, he did dye his hair red and dress in a trenchcoat style uniform, which is beyond creepy. Glad to hear the psycho was caught though. Hope he gets the punishment he deserves!

Although not in Colorado, I also went to the midnight premiere of this film, and had a great time. The audience in my theater was very excited, yet remained professional about it. In fact, I think that this film was even better than the last. Although Heath Ledger did a good job on putting a new spin on The Joker, it was a little too dark for me, but I suppose he and Nolan were looking to be as authentic as possible when speaking in terms of staying as close to the original comics as possible, as from what I understand, The Joker and other characters within the series were actually pretty dark to begin with.

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Andrey Min'kov

Posted at 1:33 PM on July 22, 2012  

Dark Knight rose to the victims. The film will be success.

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