LOS ANGELES - In the aftermath of the Colorado movie theater shooting, the studio that released the Batman film that was playing that night has quickly pulled from theaters a trailer for another upcoming film.
The trailer for "Gangster Squad" starring Ryan Gosling and Sean Penn includes a climactic scene in which mobsters fire automatic weapons into a movie theater audience from behind the screen.
But now, there's the question of what will happen to that scene when "Gangster Squad" comes out in September.
Warner Brothers isn't confirming Hollywood trade reports that the movie's release will be delayed, and that a costly reshoot has been ordered to replace the theater scene.
Meanwhile, the studio has canceled premiers of "The Dark Knight Rises" in Paris, Mexico City and Tokyo. And it says it's making a "substantial" donation to the victims of the shooting.
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