Warner Bros. also issued a statement, saying they were "deeply shocked and saddened" by the incident. The studio is also reportedly editing gun violence out of the theatrical trailer, and some TV stations are pulling ads for the film off the air.
Earlier Friday morning, President Barack Obama spoke about the shooting, telling victims that "we will be here for them as a nation" during a speech in Fort Myers, FL.
The suspected gunman, 24-year-old James Holmes, entered the theater through an exit door and released a gas canister before opening fire at the movie audience. He is currently in custody.