Police said Friday morning that no incidents were reported at the midnight premiere of "The Dark Knight Rises" in Monrovia as details of a shooting at a Colorado theater continue to emerge.
At least 12 people died and dozens were wounded after a masked gunman opened fire at a crowded theater showing the movie in Aurora, Colo., according to multiple reports.
Police did not receive any reports of problems at the midnight showing of the film at the in Monrovia, according to Monrovia Police Lt. Zeke Cereceres.
Todd Cummings, vice president of operations for Reel Services Management, which operates Krikorian theaters, said that the theater will continue to show the movie as planned.
A spokesman for AMC Theatres said in a statement that the company is working with local law enforcement across the country to review its security procedures. AMC Santa Anita in Arcadia showed the film at midnight and had more showings scheduled Friday morning.
"We are terribly saddened by the random act of violence in Aurora and our thoughts are with the victims and their families," AMC spokesman Ryan Noonan wrote. "For the safety and security of our guests and associates, we are actively working with local law enforcement in communities throughout the nation and under the circumstances we are reaching out to all of our theatres to review our safety and security procedures. Being a safe place in the community for all our guests is a top priority at AMC and we take that responsibility very seriously."
Warner Bros., the studio that made the 'The Dark Knight Rises,' has already cancelled the Paris premiere. The Los Angeles Police Department sent officers to check on the Hollywood premiere of the film but no security concerns were reported, according to the Los Angeles Times.