As details begin to emerge on the mass shooting in Colorado at last night's premiere of "The Dark Knight Rises" that left 12 dead and 38 wounded, Warner Bros. has joined President Obama and others in offering their condolences, according to MTV.
"Warner Bros. and the filmmakers are deeply saddened to learn about this shocking incident," the statement from the studio read. "We extend our sincere sympathies to the families and loved ones of the victims at this tragic time."
In a sad twist of fate, one of those victims, sportscaster Jessica Redfield, narrowly escaped a mass shooting at a Toronto mall just last month, according to MTV News.
MTV is also reporting that the family of the suspected shooter, James Holmes, has released a statement as well, saying that "our hearts go out to those who were involved in this tragedy and to the families and friends of those involved." Meanwhile, police investigating Holmes are reporting that his apartment may have been booby trapped with explosives.
For full coverage of the shooting, head to MTV News.