Arnold Schwarzenegger Shares His Thoughts about Newtown Tragedy and Violent Movies

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Shares His Thoughts about Newtown Tragedy and Violent Movi

The latest all-action film `The Last Stand' is all set to hit the theatres now. It has been produced by the former California Governor and `Commando' famed actor Arnold Schwarzenegger who is working hard to promote it. But while doing so, as reported by USA Today, he is also insisting people to realize the difference between a movie life and a real life; especially in terms of violence.

There are several incidents that have been linked with the violence showcased in action movies. The recent Connecticut massacre is one of them. It has been linked to cinema shoot-outs. In regard to this a debate was carried out last month, in which Schwarzenegger was also asked upon a few questions.

For Arnold Schwarzenegger, working in `The Last Stand' is nothing new about as he had starred in many other violent Hollywood movies of all time. From "Predator" to "Total Recall," there is a long list to go. But this action movie has given him a chance to act in his first starring role in this decade.

However, several questions are on his way. Reporters are questioning him to share his thoughts and views in regard of Hollywood violence. As answered by him during an interview with USA Today, "You have kids, so you just immediately imagine what it would be like to have kids in that school. You cannot even relate to it when something like this happens".

 


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