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Now two are dead for this movie ... They don't say that the plot is basically white Americans murdering hispanics ... for the "purge" ...

How about a film of a forever purge night by Israelis in Palestine? How would that go over ? GEEZ ,,,

So the shooter is a mentally challenged hispanic shoot the two anglos ( of which there were only six people watching this slock... blood porn and the other three people didn't notice a thing ... right ...




2 Dead in Random Shooting at 'Purge' Movie, Officials Say

Anthony Barajas, who was popular on TikTok, and Rylee Goodrich were each shot in the head at a theater in Corona, Calif., in what the district attorney said was an unprovoked attack.

July 31, 2021

A second person died on Saturday after being shot during a screening of "The Forever Purge," a movie about anarchy and murder, at a California theater in what the authorities called a "random and unprovoked attack."

Anthony Barajas, 19, and Rylee Goodrich, 18, were each shot in the head at a movie theater in Corona, about 50 miles southeast of Los Angeles, on Monday, the Riverside County district attorney's office said.

The police said Mr. Barajas and Ms. Goodrich were together, attending a showing of "The Forever Purge," which tells the story of "members of an underground movement" who are "no longer satisfied with one annual night of anarchy and murder," according to a synopsis.

The killers in the movie "decide to overtake America through an unending campaign of mayhem and massacre." It is the fifth installment in a movie franchise that started with "The Purge" in 2013.
The Riverside County district attorney, Mike Hestrin, said in a statement on Friday that Joseph Jimenez, 20, had been charged with, among other counts, murder and attempted murder.

The authorities said they were not releasing a motive for the shooting, and that there did not appear to be a connection between Mr. Jimenez and Mr. Barajas and Ms. Goodrich.

"Based on the evidence provided to our office, this appears to be a random and unprovoked attack," the statement said.
The police said witness accounts led them to Mr. Jimenez, who was arrested on Tuesday night. Detectives served a search warrant at his home in El Cerrito, Calif., and recovered a firearm and other evidence related to the shooting, the police said.


The Forever Purge
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The Forever Purge
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by   Everardo Gout
Written by   James DeMonaco
Produced by       Jason Blum
    Michael Bay
    Andrew Form
    Brad Fuller
    James DeMonaco
    Sébastien K. Lemercier

    Perfect World Pictures
    Platinum Dunes
    Blumhouse Productions
    Man in a Tree Productions

Distributed by   Universal Pictures
Release date     July 2, 2021

Running time    103 minutes[2]
Country   United States
Language   English
Budget   $18 million[3]
Box office   $63.6 million

The Forever Purge is a 2021 American dystopian action horror film directed by Everardo Gout and written by series creator James DeMonaco, who also produced along with Jason Blum and Michael Bay. Originally intended as the final installment, it serves as the fifth film in the Purge franchise and a direct sequel to 2016's The Purge: Election Year. The film stars Ana de la Reguera, Tenoch Huerta, Josh Lucas, Cassidy Freeman, Leven Rambin, Alejandro Edda, and Will Patton, and follows a group of people who attempt to escape from the United States after an insurrectionist movement continues committing crimes and murders nationwide after the Purge's ending.

Delayed from an original July 2020 date due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Forever Purge was theatrically released on July 2, 2021 by Universal Pictures. It has grossed over $63 million worldwide over its $18 million budget and, like its predecessors, received mixed reviews from critics, with praise for its visual style and action sequences but criticism for its writing and perceived preachiness on social issues. A sixth film is currently in development.

Jason Ferus Blum (/blʌm/;[1] born February 20, 1969)[2] is an American film and television producer. He is the founder and CEO of Blumhouse Productions, which produced the horror franchises Paranormal Activity (2007–2015), Insidious (2010–2018), and The Purge (2013–2021).
 Blum also produced Sinister (2012), Oculus (2013), Whiplash (2014), The Gift (2015), Hush (2016), Split (2016), Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016), Get Out (2017), Happy Death Day (2017), Upgrade (2018), Halloween (2018), Us (2019), The Invisible Man (2020), and Freaky (2020).

Blum received nominations for the Academy Award for Best Picture for producing Whiplash (2014), Get Out (2017), and BlacKkKlansman (2018).[3] He received the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Television Movie for producing the drama film The Normal Heart (2014). He also won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series for the documentary miniseries The Jinx (2015).

Early life

Blum was born in Los Angeles, California,[4] the son of Shirley Neilsen Blum (née Neilsen) and Irving Blum. His mother was an art professor and his father was an independent art dealer and director of the Ferus Gallery.[5][6] His father was Jewish.[7][8] His mother had previously been married to museum director Walter Hopps.[9][10]

Blum worked for Bob and Harvey Weinstein as an executive at Miramax, and later as an independent producer for Paramount Pictures.

In July 2019, he bought a Brooklyn Heights townhouse for $9.8 million