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Anne Hathaway Speaks Out On The Colorado Tragedy.

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Both Christian Bale and Christopher Nolan have released statements regarding the horrific massacre that took place at the midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colorado Friday, and now, Anne Hathaway has also spoken out.

She says:

"My heart aches and breaks for the lives taken and altered by this unfathomably senseless act. I am at a loss for words how to express my sorrow. My thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families."

We certainly know that your heartache is not alone, gurl.

It's so hard to grasp why something that should have been such a joyous occasion for so many turned into a nightmare that no one will soon forget, and all we can do is pray that those most immediately affected can find the peace and comfort they so rightfully deserve.

You are all in our thoughts. Stay strong.

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22 comments to “Anne Hathaway Speaks Out On The Colorado Tragedy.”

  1. 1

    Brainiac speaks out on the Colorado Tragedy:

    Ok, so maybe it's just me, but one thing I can't stand is celebrities milking publicity on a tragedy.
    "——— Speaks Out!"
    Yeah, well, we're all just a bit upset about it, so what's the deal here?
    Should we all feel better, now that ANNE HATHAWAY has expressed how she felt?
    Where's the article in which I express how I feel? Or how anyone else on the planet feels, for that matter? Should we REALLY give news attention to how an actor feels about something? What's the point?

    And FUCK! The more attention this psychopath receives, the better for him! And now he's got (ahem) CELEBRITIES talking about his actions?
    Dude must be on cloud nine.
    First the president, and now this! Who's next?

  2. 2

    Who ever made up her lips didn't do her any favors.

  3. 3

    Have to agree with Braniac…let's stop talking about the Monster who commited this act it just feeds his ego.

  4. 4

    For the record:
    If we as a society weren't so bloody addicted to video games, "super hero worship" and the ridiculous assumption that people who are uber smart are "more evolved" somehow, maybe this loser would have shot himself instead.
    But it's all about Spider-man, Batman, Iron Man, Superman, and… (fill in the blanks).
    Any one who is unhappy with being the "anti-hero" in their own world; who is psychologically unbalanced; who has been "overlooked" as unsuccessful or "unworthy" in their lives - and who has, as a result of our "hero worship," has come to view himself as a "villian," - well, given our society's addiction to this garbage, is it any wonder that we've got people dressing up as warriors and taking out the citizens who worship the (ahem) "hero" ?

    Just sayin'.

  5. 5

    They make incredibly violent movies, for their own personal gain, and have a publicist make a bland statement for them when it all goes wrong.

  6. 6

    Re: BrainiacRe: kappuhcheenoh – I hear you. I fing it a little ironic that we are a society you finds killing to be wonderful entertainment, but then are shocked when it happens for real.

  7. 7

    I don't give a shit what any celebrity has to say about this. I often wish celebrities would shut their fucking mouths, but there's no such luck. Instead, what we end up with is extreme coverage that just gets … OLD. It's a tragic situation. But do we really need every fucking detail? The loves ones of those killed and the injured in the shooting will never forget it. But the rest of us will move on … as we should … and forget most of it. The way we wallow in this stuff in the moment, though, is really sick. Days from now we'll still be bombarded with information, and there will be vigils held by those who didn't know anyone involved, and Perez will still be milking this. This country is a fucking mess.

  8. 8

    Re: Yes You Bore Me – The thing is that celebs can't win either way. If someone like Anne releases a heartfelt statement like this, people like you blast her. If she didn't release any statement at all (given that she's starring in the movie), I'm sure you'd be slamming her for being a selfish celeb biatch & not caring about the shooting because all she cares about is getting paid millions to act in a movie. There's nothing wrong with anyone - celeb or otherwise - expressing condolences to the victims and their families.

  9. 9

    Anne Hathaway is an ugly woman. Her eyes, nose & mouth are all too big for her head.

  10. 10

    She released a statement because she is in the film. I don't get why her commenting about what happened calls for people to start attacking her.

    People talking about violence on tv, movies and in music are just wanting to point the finger. Everyday people watch those things and don't commit mass shootings. It isn't the media's fault that some evil person was able to purchase semi-automatic weapons and tons of bullets. That fault lies in government and its refusal to stand up to the NRA and ban these kinds of weapons. People do not need assault weapons. Other countries have had tragedies and their first reaction is to tighten gun laws. Look at the UK. After the school shooting in the 90s they changed gun laws and events like what happened don't happen. Murder in general is low there. Unfortunately people in the US love to grab two things, their Bible and their guns. It makes no sense. I highly doubt when they wrote the Constitution they thought weapons like this would ever exist. If they had know I'm guessing the laws would be different. This whole story is just sad all around.

  11. MariaPompeo says – reply to this


    Re: misscheriamor – hear hear misscheriamor - people are so quick to shit on people, but she is in the film which the victims were watching at the time, it is completely appropriate.

  12. 12

    Nice statement but do not touch my guns, honey!

  13. 13

    her pr people took their time

  14. chuck says – reply to this


    to misscheriamor - Tighter gun laws won't prevent anyone from killing. Anti-gun advocates wanted waiting periods and background checks. This idiot in Colorado was planning this for months - so much for waiting periods. He had no criiminal record or history of mental illness - so much for the background check. But, let's say for arguement he couldn't get a rifle or handgun. Obviously, he was adept at making bombs (see police story about his apartment). So, he makes a powerful bomb, throws it into the theater and kills 50, 60, 70 or more people. That's what goes on in your so called enlightened societies. Remember that 19 muslims killed almost 3000 people with box cutters on 9/11. No guns involved!!! Oh, one more thing about gun control - Canada has strict gun control laws (no hand guns) yet someone, quite recently killed two and wounded 27 in Toronto.

    One thing we are good at is putting the killers right back into society so they can kill again. Case in point - Michael Dukakis in Mass. (1980s) put 21 first degree murderers and 23 second degree murderers back on the streets when he was governor. John Hinkley Jr. (President Reagan's shooter) has been back on the street for years now.

  15. chuck says – reply to this


    Re: misscheriamor – The framers of the Constitution wrote in the second amendment because they knew that the first step in subjugating people is to disarm them. England with the Irish and Scotts, Hitler in Germany and the English in April of 1775. They tried to take the weapons from the people of Lexington and Concord Mass (gun control). The battles there are where the first shots of the American Revolution were fired. So, the second amendment was created to ensure that if the government turns tyrant, the people have the means to take the country back. As improvements in weaponry are invented, the people have to keep pace. Restricting those rights of the people weaken the democracy we live in. We fought a very bloody war to escape European laws and reign. When I joined the military, I swore an oath to defend the Constitution from all enemies, foreign and domestic, as did the politicians. On behalf of the people, they should do that and not try to change it on every knee jerk reaction.

  16. 16

    forget Colorado lets talk about how her face is not cute enough to rock a short hairstyle.

    she just looks plain borderline ugly. ugly lesbo at best. ugly boy at worst.

  17. whistler says – reply to this


    that was a very poorly written statement.

  18. 18

    It's funny you have morons whining about celebrities speaking out, now I can see the backlash for people like Kim K, but SHE WAS IN THE FUCKING MOVIE. This movie that she starred in was heavily effected by the shooter. Everything from cancelled premiers to now having their film be assciated with a mass murder. If any celeb deserves to speak out against this, it would be anyone involved with TDKR.

    Also, the idiots blaming video games most definitely should not be allowed to breed. People always blame everything under the sun except the crap that actually matters.

    Instead of blaming religion, movies, video games, guns..Blame the crap that was actually at fault. A nut job, lack of security, no armed guards, no security cameras, a door that remains locked unless a fire alarm is triggered. THOSE are to blame. Nothing more, nothing less.

  19. 19

    Re: misscheriamor – It's funny you say not to point fingers but you're pointing your finger and blaming the government, NRA and guns. The NRA really has no power. They just do what every other liberal heavy 'group' does. PETA,PTC,GLAAD,etc. They use harassment tactics. The exact same thing as every other group out there. I find it so troubling that people that know little or nothing at all about firearms, firearm statistics, firearm crimes comment out the ass. It's one thing having your own incorrect opinion. But when that opinion attempts to take away my rights its a completely different ballgame.

    FACT OF THE MATTER IS THERE ARE 311 MILLION PEOPLE IN THIS NATION. 200+ MILLION GUNS, HALF THE POPULATION OWNS A GUN. 35% OF COLORADO RESIDENTS OWNS A FIREARM. THIS WAS THE FIRST MAJOR HEADLINE MAKING SHOOTING IN 5 YEARS, AND ONE OF THREE OVER THE COURSE OF 13 YEARS. A single damn person went on a shooting spree and you have morons blaming everything under the sun. Games, movies, Tv, religion, guns. The government has been responsible for the most mass murdering in history and it has happened time and time again. The most recent IS THE WAR WE HAVE GOING ON IN THE MIDDLE EAST. Whats to say it doesn't happen to us?

  20. prg says – reply to this


    but yet she will take the money she made of the film instead of donating it to the victims famalies?

  21. Ana says – reply to this


    Re: prg

    She doesn't have to donate NOTHING. How do you even know if these people need money? And even if they do, its the killer that should pay or even the company that owns the freaking movie theater for not doing their security jobs correctly.
    You must be forgetting that Warner Bros is kinda of a financial victim in this, since this movie is going to make way less money than it was supposed to. Sure they have other profits that could literally erase this lost, but they don't have to give money.
    If they feel like giving some help, fine, good for them, but it is not their obligation.
    People presume that just because people are rich and famous, they should give money. Its their choice. It doesn't make them bad people if they don't let go of the money they worked for.

  22. Sifra says – reply to this


    Hi I cant understand people saying Anne Hathaway is beautiful,. she has the biggest mouth I've ever seen.She looks terrible when she smiles.