Despite a few jitters, Batman fans pack theatersMoviegoers in North Dakota and across the county have flocked to see “The Dark Knight Rises,” despite the mass shooting in Colorado.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Moviegoers in North Dakota and across the county have flocked to see “The Dark Knight Rises,” despite the mass shooting in Colorado.
Twenty-nine-year-old Jen Jackson of Bismarck was visibly nervous as she and her 31-year-old husband, Patrick, prepared to watch the film at a theater on Sunday.
Jackson says they intended to sit in the back row of the theater, near the exits.
Ron Bondy and his wife, Marsha, say they had planned to see the movie long before the tragedy in Colorado.
The Bismarck couple say they were not going to let the shooting stop their plans to see the movie.
Bronte Liggins and Nick Kottre say the movie is a big topic among their friends in Bismarck.
The 17-year-old boys say the shooting in Colorado made them pause