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A shooting occurred at the Carmike Hickory 8 theater during a screening of Mad Max: Fury Road on Wednesday (August 5) in Antioch, Tenn.
According to reports, shots were fired and the police have said the suspect in the shooting has died. There have been no other victims reported dead, THR reports, but three are reportedly injured. The suspect was reportedly armed with a gun, a hatchet, and two backpacks.
“Active shooter situation @ Hickory 8 Theater — suspect dead” the Metro Nashville PD tweeted out just a few minutes ago.
We will update this story as more details become available.
Cecil the Lion‘s killing has outraged people around the world and tons of celebs are speaking out to show their disgust at alleged killer, Walter J. Palmer.
The Minnesota dentist reportedly paid $55,000 to kill the iconic lion in Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. Cecil was lured out of the park and shot to death.
The lion was known to guests who visited the park and enjoyed human contact.
“In early July, I was in Zimbabwe on a bow hunting trip for big game. I hired several professional guides and they secured all proper permits. To my knowledge, everything about this trip was legal and properly handled and conducted,” Palmer said in a statement. “I had no idea that the lion I took was a known, local favorite, was collared and part of a study until the end of the hunt. I relied on the expertise of my local professional guides to ensure a legal hunt.”
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Celebrities are speaking out about the tragic shooting at a movie theater on Thursday night (July 23) in Lafayette, La.
A gunman broke out in fire on the audience about 20 minutes into a showing of the new film Trainwreck and killed two people before taking his own life. Several other people have were injured in the gunfire.
Many celebs are calling for gun control reform while others are simply praying for the families of the victims.
What is happening in our society? Is it people playing uber violent video games from the age of five? Movies? Bad parenting? Society?WHAT?!
— ian somerhalder (@iansomerhalder) July 24, 2015
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“My heart is broken and all my thoughts and prayers are with everyone in Louisiana,” the 34-year-old comedian tweeted shortly after the news broke on Thursday night (July 23).
A 58-year-old white male stood up in the crowd about 20 minutes into the screening and fired into the audience with a handgun. Three people are dead, including the shooter, who shot and killed himself. Seven victims were hospitalized and three are suffering critical injuries, according to reports.
We continue to send out our thoughts and condolences to anyone affecting by this tragedy.
My heart is broken and all my thoughts and prayers are with everyone in Louisiana.
— Amy Schumer (@amyschumer) July 24, 2015
Six people are injured following a shooting during a screening of the movie Trainwreck on Thursday night (July 23) at the Grand Theatre in Lafayette, La.
It has been confirmed by City Marshal Brian Pope that the shooting took place during a 7pm showing of the new Amy Schumer comedy. The shooter turned the gun on himself and he is dead.
Eyewitness Katie Domingue told The Daily Advertiser that the shooting happened 20 minutes into the movie.
“We heard a loud pop we thought was a firecracker,” she said, adding that “an older white man” stood up in the crowd and shot down.
“He wasn’t saying anything. I didn’t hear anybody screaming either,” she added.
We send our thoughts and condolences to anyone affected by this tragedy.
UPDATE: It is now being reported that three people, including the shooter, have died.
Celebrities are speaking out on social media after the Confederate flag was taken down in South Carolina on Friday morning (July 10).
The historic moment came weeks after the Charleston church shooting and lots of pressure on lawmakers to remove the symbol of racism.
The flag was raised above the South Carolina State House back in 1962 to protest the civil rights movement and the state House of Representatives finally voted to take it down on Thursday. Governor Haley signed the measure into law later that day.
South Carolina taking down the confederate flag – a signal of good will and healing, and a meaningful step towards a better future.
— President Obama (@POTUS) July 10, 2015
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