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End to Hollywood Film Violence Unlikelyi
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December 31, 2012 10:00 PM
The recent school shootings in Connecticut have again raised questions about the role of violent media in mass shootings. People in Hollywood are asking the same questions, but as Mike O'Sullivan reports, they say that violent action films are a staple in Hollywood and are not likely to disappear anytime soon.

End to Hollywood Film Violence Unlikely

Published December 31, 2012

The recent school shootings in Connecticut have again raised questions about the role of violent media in mass shootings. People in Hollywood are asking the same questions, but as Mike O'Sullivan reports, they say that violent action films are a staple in Hollywood and are not likely to disappear anytime soon.


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