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Hollywood’s Gun Hypocrisy — in 15 Movie Posters from 2016

In the wake of tragic mass shootings or terrorist attacks like the one perpetrated Sunday morning in Orlando, Hollywood celebrities are often the first to call for gun control measures. Yet Hollywood conveniently forgets that the movie business is itself at least partly — and probably largely — responsible for the glorification of gun use in American culture.

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‘Spectre’ Review: A Big, Dull Broken Promise

There is nothing like the anticipation of a new James Bond film. For 53 years and 24 films, Eon Productions has offered the only consistent cultural touchstone that has lasted throughout my lifetime. I’m only a few years younger than the franchise, and the promise has always been kept: “James Bond Will Return.”

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007 Author: Idris Elba ‘Too Street’ to Play James Bond

In today’s sensitive political landscape, Daniel Craig’s James Bond has thrived as a beta male. While Craig hopes to leave the role less “misogynistic,” Idris Elba, a fan favorite to succeed as the first black 007, is “too street” to play the character, according to franchise author Anthony Horowitz.