Gangster Squad, the new film from Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer, got some undue attention this summer when it hastily moved off its original September release date. It really wasn't worth all the fuss.
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Out of deference to the victims' families, and also in a likely effort to avoid controversy, movie studios and television networks have altered their schedules and amended their plans. Also: dictionaries.
Just two days after Warner Bros. announced that it would be doing last minute edits on its upcoming thriller Gangster Squad, because of a scene that mirrored last week's movie theater shooting in Aurora, CO, the studio has announced that it is pulling the 1940s gangster film from the fall schedule entirely.
The shootings in Aurora, Colorado are impacting Gangster Squad, the upcoming Warner Bros. release featuring Ryan Gosling and Sean Penn.
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