Aurora Theater to Open Again
Published December 6th, 2012
Aurora Theater to Open Again The Aurora, Colorado movie theater where a gunman opened fire inside the latest "Batman" movie in July, will reopen early next year.
The city's mayor's office says the complex will open to the public on January 18th.
Before that family members of shooting victims will be allowed inside.
The movie theater plans to run free movies to the public for the first couple days of its reopening.
Twelve people were killed and fifty-eight injured when James Holmes allegedly opened fire on the crowd.
The theater has been undergoing a remodel for the past two months.
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