AMC Theaters Ban Certain Costumes After Colorado Massacre
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - After a horrific shooting at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, officials with the AMC theaters released a statement Friday saying they will not allow any guests into the theaters in costumes that make other guests feel uncomfortable.
According to the statement, officials are also banning face-covering masks or fake weapons inside movie theaters.
Twelve people were killed and 59 were injured after the gunman, 24-year-old James Holmes, opened fire in a suburban Denver movie theater early Friday morning.
After the tragedy, AMC officials say they are reinforcing their security procedures nationwide.