The Los Angeles Police Department plans to increase its presence in the city's different movie theaters during the weekend of the premiere of the expected movie "Joker"
The ad comes after the FBI and the United States Army issued warnings about possible shootings related to the movie starring Joaquin Phoenix.
"Joker" opens seven years after the massacre in Aurora, Colorado. That day, one man killed 12 people during the screening of the 2012 movie "The Dark Knight Rises."
"The Los Angeles Police Department is aware of the public concerns and historical importance associated with the premiere of‘ Joker, "the police force said in a statement. "While there are no credible threats in the Los Angeles area, the department will maintain a conspicuous visibility around the rooms when the movie is released. ”
The film directed by Todd Phillips It has provoked controversy and controversy due to the violent and macabre representation of the man who would become the most twisted villain of the Gothic City.
Los Angeles Police Department invites all angels to remain vigilant and vigilant, but does not order or suggest to refrain from enjoying "Joker". Several movies in different parts of the city are scheduled to release the film next Friday at midnight.