The Colorado movie theater where 12 people were killed and dozens injured in a shooting rampage last year reopened Thursday with a somber remembrance ceremony.
A law firm that helped reach an $816 million settlement for first-responders to the September 11 attacks has filed a lawsuit on behalf of several victims of the Aurora theater shooting.
Since the shooting rampage in Colorado, AMC Theatres, the country’s second largest movie chain, will no longer allow ticket holders to wear costumes in the theater.
At least 13 people have been killed, and dozens more wounded, after a gunman opened fire inside of a suburban Denver movie theater early Friday morning.
Movie theater chain Cinemark saw profits drop 52 percent in the fourth quarter, as higher costs offset higher revenue at the concession stand.
Movie theater chain Cinemark said its net income edged up as higher revenue from tickets and concessions outpaced costs for film rentals.
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