Jim Carrey apologizes for doing violent film before Sandy Hook shooting

Actor Jim Carrey says recent events, specifically the Sandy Hook shooting, have caused him to reevaluate the amount of violence he participates in on-screen.

http://twitter.com/#!/LegallyBOD/status/348908062880444416

Some think he should put his money where his mouth is.

http://twitter.com/#!/tommyboy9816/status/348907310917242880

But at least Carrey seems to realize that there could be a connection between violent films and real-life violence.

We’ve seen that it’s not very popular in the film industry to call into question the on-screen violence.

Anti-gun activist Michael Moore endorsed “Django Unchained,” even though it was so violent it made moviegoers sick. He even made light of its violent reputation.

The director “Django Unchained,” Quentin Tarantino, completely lost it when a reporter dared to ask him if he thinks there could be a link.

http://twitter.com/#!/ShadowFedora/status/348907452621807618

Related:

Jim Carrey mass-tweets senators to stand up for ‘real gun reform’

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