Last week’s shocking mass shooting at a midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora, Colorado put Warner Brothers in a tough spot, not only with regards to that film, but with their upcoming release Gangster Squad. The film’s trailer — which went out attached to some prints, though reportedly not the one that screened in that Aurora theater — features a scene in which gangsters open fire in a crowded theater, shooting through the screen at members of the audience. Warners understandably pulled the trailer from Dark Knight prints, as well as television and trailer sites, and spent this week deciding what to do about the scene itself. It’s apparently a climactic moment, and removing it would require reshoots and reshaping of the finished film — which is apparently what they’re going to do, bumping back the film from its original September 7 release date to January 13 of next year. The bump makes sense; the reshoot is more troublesome, since it lets the actions of a madman dictate what we can and can’t show in a film. As Hitfix’s Drew McWeeny notes, “Warner is making the wrong decision for the right reasons,” correctly accessing it as “a no-win situation” for the studio.