Arnold Schwarzenegger refutes reports of violence in movie

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Tuesday, Jan 08, 2013

Arnold Schwarzenegger refutes reports of violence in movie

Popular Hollywood actor Arnold has done movies as ‘The Terminator’, ‘Predator’ and ‘True Lies’.  Also, Arnold was former Governor of province of California. 

The movie ‘The Last Stand’ starring Arnold Schwarzenegger is to be released the coming January 18th.  The introductory event was held in Los Angeles. 

Then, Arnold Schwarzenegger spoke to reporters. Here are excerpts from his interview:-

‘I was Governor for California for 7 years.  After being Governor, currently, my movie is set for release.  The firing incident at Sandy Hook Elementary School which claimed life of 20 children and 6 teachers gives pain.’

‘I have done role of a cop turned Sheriff in the movie who wipes out narcotics smugglers.’ 

‘National Rifle Association head has said that action scenes in the movie bear semblance to the firing incident in Sandy Hook Elementary school.’ 

‘There is no link between that and the scenes in the movie.  Following firing incidents, there is demand that the law should be strict. ‘

‘It is necessary that rifle law and psychological counselling are reviewed.  Hollywood cinema cannot take responsibility.’ 

‘The rifle law should be made strict with no loopholes in it.  If there are issues, action should be initiated to solve it.’

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