Joker: US Army may issue notice for firing in theaters on release day



The world's most powerful army, that is, the American Army, has had to issue a serious notice due to Hollywood's upcoming movie Joker. The US Army issued a safety notice on 18 September. After inputs from the FBI, the Army notice stated that after analyzing some posts on social media, it has come to light that some people of the Insel community can open fire on theaters on the day of the release of the film Joker. Insel is a modern term used for people who are quite frustrated due to the absence of women in their lives.


In 2012, when Christopher Nolan's film The Dark Knight Rises was released, a man in Colorado fired at the theater. These communities not only consider that person as their ideal but also consider the character of Joker as their ideal because they too have to face a lot of rejections from the society.



The Army has also said in this notice issued to its service members that if they are brought up by a crazed person who starts hurling bullets, then in such a situation, running or hiding and fighting in case of being trapped is the most. May be the right solution.


Los Angeles Police Department is asking people to be vigilant and take precautions. However, he has also said that cinematographers can go to see this film. According to an online research, this film is ready for midnight release in many theaters in Los Angeles. This film is going to be released in UAE on 3 October.


Although the producers of the film, Warner Bros., stated their view on this controversy, that gun culture is a matter of great concern in America, but the purpose of our story is that we want to create a dialogue between people about difficult issues. We want to make it clear that this film does not support real life violence at any level and no one has the intention of presenting this character like a hero, from filmmaker to studio.



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