It's Thursday and for a change this week, we will have our Michelle Kim give us the updates on the latest celebrity gossip. I hear she has an uplifting story about the tragic shooting in Colorado last week and the latest news from Hollywood.
[Reporter : ] Hello Conn-young
So what do you have for us today[Reporter : ] By now, many of you will have heard about the tragic event that happened in Aurora, Colorado last week, when 12 people were killed and 58 injured during a midnight screening of "The Dark Knight Rises."
The director and production company have released statements on the tragedy, and just a couple days ago, Christian Bale went a step further and paid a surprise visit to wounded patients at a local hospital in Colorado.
Early Friday last week, a series of gunshots rang out at a theater in Colorado. 12 people were killed and 58 were injured at a midnight screening of "The Dark Knight Rises" as a man who appeared at the front of the theater during the movie, released a gas canister and started shooting. The suspect, James Holmes was arrested roughly 10 minutes after the tragic event.
Several people were rushed to the hospital for various injuries, including gunshot wounds. Many were in critical contidition.
Brittany Jackson, a patient at the hospital saw many of the victims as they were brought in.
[Interview : Brittany Jackson, Patient at local University Hospital] "From what I can see, there are people unconscious, people bleeding, I saw one bed go past, poor guy had blood caked all over his face. He just wasn't responsive at all. Same thing with the lady. They are just all out of it."
On Tuesday, Christian Bale, who plays Batman in "The Dark Knight Rises," went to a local hospital to visit victims of the theater shooting.
He spent about 2-and-a-half hours at the hospital and met with five people who were still being treated for their injuries.
He also met with doctors, police, paramedics and other people who witnessed the event as well.