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Mark Ruffalo, Shonda Rhimes and others signal gun security pledge after mass shootings

Mark Ruffalo, Shonda Rhimes and others signal gun security pledge after mass shootings

Amid the current alarming rise in mass shootings incidents in the USA, a number of Hollywood celebrities and outstanding figures have come collectively to look at how violence is portrayed on display.

Over 200 members from the leisure business have signed a pledge promising to alter the painting weapons in a accountable method onscreen.

An open letter titled as #ShowYourSafety for Brady United pledge has been launched, signed by stars akin to Jimmy Kimmel, Shonda Rhimes, Judd Apatow, Amy Schumer, Eli Roth, Julianne Moore, Grant Heslov, and Mark Ruffalo, amongst many others.

The group is a gun-safety foyer launched in 1981 after Jim Brady, Ronald Reagan’s White Home Press Secretary, was shot by a gunman, who was trying to assassinate the previous president.

“Hollywood has modeled constructive tradition change earlier than: Seatbelt use, smoking, teen being pregnant, marriage equality,” the corporate defined on its web site.

“Now, as America’s gun violence epidemic worsens, is the time to undertake a duty in storytelling depicting firearms and gun security.”

The memo additional learn, “Weapons are prominently featured in TV and flicks in each nook of the globe, however solely America has a gun violence epidemic.”

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