Amy Schumer, Other Celebrities React To Theater Shooting During 'Trainwreck'

"My heart is broken."

Amy Schumer reacted quickly Thursday night to the fatal shootings during a screening of her movie "Trainwreck."

A drifter identified as 59-year-old John Russel Houser shot and killed two people and wounded nine others at a theater in Lafayette, Louisiana. He then turned the gun on himself, police say.

Schumer wrote"Trainwreck" and stars as a magazine writer who begins to rethink her lifestyle. The movie grossed $30 million last weekend when it opened.

Other celebrities also responded to the killings:

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