The judge presiding in the Colorado mass shooting case has ruled that no cameras will be allowed in the courtroom for the July 30th hearing, at which James Holmes will be formally charged.
Jeremy Hubbard is a presenter and reporter for Fox 31 Denver, the channel that reported that the movie studio Warner Bros was donating a $1m to the victims.
The Denver Post is reporting that Christian Bale, star of the Batman films, is in Denver visiting victims of the Aurora movie theatre shooting, Warner Brothers officials confirmed.
"Mr. Bale is there as himself, not representing Warner Brothers," said an assistant for Susan Fleishman, executive vice president for Warner Brothers corporate communications.
FOX31 Denver is reporting that the studio that made The Dark Knight Rises, is to make a $1m donation to the shooting victims at a cinema in Colorado on Friday that was showing the new Batman film.
The studio will not disclose the exact amount.
Sources have told FOX31 Denver that the Warner Bros chief executive also sent an email to employees encouraging them to donate personally.
TMZ are reporting that the first lawsuit regarding the Colorado cinema shootings has been launched.
According to the website Torrence Brown Jr was in the theatre where the shootings happened and blames three groups for the attack:
The cinema for not guarding the emergency exits properly.
Suspect James Holmes' doctors for not properly monitoring him.
Warner Brothers, Brown claims the film was particularly violent and that Holmes was mimicking this in his attack.
The Denver Post is reporting that background checks for people wanting to buy guns in Colorado jumped by 41% in the wake of the shootings at a cinema last week.
The Post also claims that there has been increased interest in the training to have a concealed weapon. It said:
"Between Friday and Sunday, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation approved background checks for 2,887 people who wanted to purchase a firearm - a 43% increase over the previous Friday through Sunday and a 39% jump over those same days on the first weekend of July."
It added that workers at firearms shops saw large queues outside their stores when they opened on the morning after the shooting.
The brother of Jessica Ghawi, a 24-year-old aspiring sports reporter, has paid tribute to his sister, who was one of the 12 people killed in the Colorado shooting spree.
Speaking to Daybreak, Jordan Ghawi, said: "We want to get the victims story told and my sister's dreams fulfilled. We just you help remember their names and help their legacy's live on."
James Holmes, the 24-year-old man accused of killing twelve people at a cinema in Colorado, appeared dazed and confused throughout the 12 minute hearing.
Daybreak's Louisa James reports.