"The Dark Knight Rises"
Given the fact that 12 people lost their lives and 58 were injured, due to the senseless violence contained in the new Batman film "The Dark Knight Rises" when crazed fanatic James Holmes, tried to recreate scenes from their projects, will Hollywood change its stance on violence.
There's been no discernible effort to cut down on the violence in Hollywood films in the wake of the shootings. In fact, Hollywood is just waiting for the furor surrounding the scandal to die down, then its back to business as usual. Their production schedules have not changed.
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