The 57-year-old action star also dismissed any link between Hollywood shootouts and real-life gun violence. He said that he believes that the government couldn’t just pick anything out of the Bill of Rights without thinking that it’s all going to become undone.
“If you take one out or change one law, then why wouldn’t they take all your rights away from you?” the New York Daily News quoted him as saying while promoting his latest film, ‘A Good Day To Die Hard.’
He also believes that “the real topic is diminished” when observers link Hollywood with high-profile mass shootings like those last year in Connecticut and Colorado.
He said that no one commits a crime because they saw a film and there is nothing to support that claim. The actor said that they are not making movies about people who have gone berserk, as these movies don’t last very long.
Willis added that he couldn’t see how additional legislation could prevent future mass shootings.
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