Skip navigation

New lawsuit filed by Colo. theater shooting victim

A woman who was paralyzed in the Colorado theater shooting that also killed her daughter and unborn child is suing the theater operator. Full story

Is the future of film on television?

   How have Netflix and Hulu changed the game? Chris Hayes talks with documentary filmmakers Tia Lessin and Carl Deal, New York magazine film critic David Edelstein, and Chris Harnick.

Group plans to demolish theater for new high rise

An Oklahoma City-based investment company said Friday it plans to buy an historic downtown theater complex facing the Myriad Botanical Gardens for nearly $4.3 million, destroy it and build a high-rise office building and parking garage. Full story

Movie theater coming to Riverwatch Parkway shopping center

Georgia Theatre Company will be opening a new location on Riverwatch Parkway. Full story

Barry Manilow: Musicals are easy, hits are hard

   Pop music legend Barry Manilow and his creative partner Bruce Sussman are unveiling a new musical called “Harmony” about boy band that came together in Germany during the 1920s. Manilow comments that it’s easier to write music for theater than it is to create a hit pop song.

One year later, Aurora shooting victims to marry

   One year ago Saturday, a massacre at a movie theater ripped apart the lives of many people in Aurora, Colo.  One young couple has come up with a very special plan to turn sad memories into joy. NBC’s Reyma Ellis reports.

Sponsored Links

Articles

Colo. gun-rights rally called 'slap in the face'

DreamWorks shares drop ahead of 'Turbo' snail movie debut

Imax to add 35 theaters in China, South Korea

Judge in Colorado theater shooting scolds defense

DA wants to use Holmes' statements after arrest

Captive Kids Forced to Act in Shakespeare's Day

Accused Colorado theater gunman's lawyers seek psychiatric hospital video

Colorado judge accepts insanity plea from accused movie theater gunman

Theater owners: We want shorter movie trailers!

Stories I'd like to see: Lawsuits from tragedy, ubiquitous security cameras, and IRS torpor

Video

  Spielberg, Lucas warn of Hollywood ‘implosion’

Legendary directors Steven Spielberg and George Lucas spoke about the future of the movie industry during a panel at the University of Southern California, warning that the failure of mega-budget movies will change the movie industry paradigm. E!’s Jason Kennedy reports.

  ‘A whole different’ movie experience

As it celebrates its 80th anniversary, the drive-in movie theater triggers nostalgic memories.

  Accused theater guman offers insanity plea

Plea sets stage for lengthy mental evaluation of Aurora, Colo., accused theater gunman James Holmes. NBC's Leanne Gregg reports.

  Why the IRS scandal makes a case for campaign finance reform

The Cycle hosts talk to Rep. Peter Welch about the IRS scandal and why the need for campaign finance reform in the aftermath of the Citizens United case is part of the larger narrative of this scandal.

  Program brings theater to children in hospitals

"Only Make Believe" brings theater performances to children with chronic illnesses and disabilities in more than 50 hospitals nationwide. Professional actors, like Christopher Meloni, bring laughs free-of-charge. Dena Hammerstein, the group's founder, believes that nurturing a child's creative spiri

advertisement | ad info

Related Photos

A woman leaves a rose during the anniversary of the Century theater shootings in Aurora
A woman leaves a rose during the anniversary of the Century theater shootings in Aurora

A woman leaves a rose at a memorial during a ceremony marking the one-year anniversary of the Century theater shootings in Aurora, Colorado July 20, 2013. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST DISASTER ANNIVERSARY)

Kim Smith looks at twelve crosses representing those killed near the site of the Aurora Century theater shootings on the one-year anniversary of the tragedy in Aurora
Kim Smith looks at twelve crosses representing those killed near the site of the Aurora Century theater shootings on the one-year anniversary of the tragedy in Aurora

Kim Smith looks at twelve crosses representing those killed near the site of the Aurora Century theater shootings on the one-year anniversary of the tragedy in Aurora, Colorado July 20, 2013. Smith usually attended movies at the Century theater but chose a different theater the night of the shooting

Women weep at a ceremony marking the anniversary of the Century theater shootings in Aurora
Women weep at a ceremony marking the anniversary of the Century theater shootings in Aurora

Women weep at a ceremony marking the one-year anniversary of the Century theater shootings in Aurora, Colorado July 20, 2013. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST DISASTER ANNIVERSARY)

A woman looks at twelve crosses representing those killed near the site of the Aurora Century theater (background) shootings on the one-year anniversary of the tragedy in Aurora
A woman looks at twelve crosses representing those killed near the site of the Aurora Century theater (background) shootings on the one-year anniversary of the tragedy in Aurora

A woman looks at twelve crosses representing those killed near the site of the Aurora Century theater shootings on the one-year anniversary of the tragedy in Aurora, Colorado July 20, 2013. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)