‘Kick-Ass 2’ Starring Jim Carrey is Way Too Violent For Jim Carrey

Jim Carrey Kickass 2
Despite the first film being surprisingly violent and the latest being based on a comic with a cover that reads “Sickening violence: just the way you like it,” Jim Carrey is NOT happy with the content of Kick-Ass 2.

Carrey, who plays Colonel Stars and Stripes in the R-rated feature, wrote on Twitter that he “cannot support” certain parts of Kick-Ass 2 after the events at Sandy Hook Elementary.

“I did Kickass a month b4 Sandy Hook and now in all good conscience I cannot support that level of violence,” he said. “I meant to say my apologies to others involve with the film. I am not ashamed of it but recent events have caused a change in my heart.”

The writer and co-creator of the comic responded to the comments on his website. From HuffPost:

“As you may know, Jim is a passionate advocate of gun-control and I respect both his politics and his opinion, but I’m baffled by this sudden announcement as nothing seen in this picture wasn’t in the screenplay eighteen months ago,” Millar wrote on Millar World. “Yes, the body-count is very high, but a movie called Kick-Ass 2 really has to do what it says on the tin.”

It is very surprising and strange that Jim would suddenly not be okay with Kick-Ass 2 considering a final draft of the script included gang rape and possible decapitation of man’s best friend.

We won’t know what scenes from the comic made it into the movie until August, but it seems safe to assume that his sudden concern comes from a “neighborhood massacre,” as one Collider commenter put it, where Christopher Mintz-Plasse’s character shoots and kills a group of small children.  Continue reading “‘Kick-Ass 2’ Starring Jim Carrey is Way Too Violent For Jim Carrey”

Samurai Swords, Books on Autism, Bloody Photographs Found in Adam Lanza’s Home

adam lanza's houseSandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza’s personal possessions have been revealed in new documents released by the police in Newtown, Connecticut.

Lanza, who killed 20 children and seven adults including his mother, owned the following items:

Infamous Child Molester R. Kelly Releases Tribute To Sandy Hook Elementary

R. Kelly tuxedo 1The song is “I Know You Are Hurting.” It’s in the vein of “I Believe I Can Fly” and “You Are Not Alone” and it was just released by R. Kelly as a tribute to the kids of Newtown, Connecticut.

While it’s hard to speak ill of him and the fact that he’s donating the proceeds to the victims’ families, it seems inappropriate considering he was charged with seven counts of producing child pornography in 2002.

Is this just one of those times when you hush me? Because I understand.

Take the money. And if he donates out of his own pocket, it’s probably “Trapped In The Closet” money, not at all tainted by the fact that he recorded himself peeing on a 14-year-old. Continue reading “Infamous Child Molester R. Kelly Releases Tribute To Sandy Hook Elementary”

NRA Blames Video Games, Says We Need More Guns

National Rifle Association Holds News Conference In Wake Of Newtown School ShootingToday, after a week-long silence (out of “respect for the families” in Sandy Hook), NRA President David Keene and Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre spoke in a press conference about the tragedies in Connecticut.

After emphasizing that the National Rifle Association of America is made up of “4 million mothers, fathers, sons and daughters,” LaPierre blamed movies, music videos and video games like Grand Theft Auto (Saint’s Row is probably worse), Bulletstorm (only purchased by fans for the Gears of War 3 beta code), Splatterhouse (no one plays that anymore) and Kindergarten Killer (no one ever played that).  Continue reading “NRA Blames Video Games, Says We Need More Guns”

Ke$ha Snubs ‘Die Young,’ Says She Was Forced (But Not At Gunpoint) To Sing The Lyrics

Ke$ha gunKe$ha once called her greasy sophomore album, Warrior, “really positive, really raw, really vulnerable and about the magic of life,” and said that she rewrote the lead single “ten times” before deciding on the current version.

Now she’s singing a different auto-tune, denouncing “Die Young” after hearing that it had been pulled from radio stations because the lyrics could be considered insensitive to the families of the 6 and 7 year-olds lost in Newtown, Connecticut.

“I understand. I had my very own issue with ‘die young’ for this reason, I did NOT want to sing those lyrics and I was FORCED TO,” Ke$ha tweetedContinue reading “Ke$ha Snubs ‘Die Young,’ Says She Was Forced (But Not At Gunpoint) To Sing The Lyrics”

Victoria Jackson Found a Way to Relate a ‘Million’ Abortions to Sandy Hook

Victoria Jackson american flagThe tragedy in Newtown has evoked sympathy from around the nation, and with that sympathy comes…. a few extremists who should be disallowed from opinion-sharing, like Westboro Baptist picketers, people who blamed the video game Mass Effect, Louie Gohmert, and Victoria Jackson.

Jackson, a former SNL alum, is now famous for sad but hilarious tea party rants like the one after Obama was re-elected, where she wrote that she couldn’t stop crying because “America died.” Also, Glee turns kids gay.

In her latest, and possibly craziest yet, she compares the child victims at Sandy Hook Elementary to aborted babies. From FacebookContinue reading “Victoria Jackson Found a Way to Relate a ‘Million’ Abortions to Sandy Hook”

New Details on Adam Lanza and the Sandy Hook Massacre

Ryan Lanza current photo 1Ryan Lanza yearbook photoNew information about 20-year-old shooter Adam Lanza and his 27 victims was released today including the names of the deceased, a report from the Chief Medical Examiner, and descriptions of Lanza as told by classmates and neighbors.

Most who met or knew Adam said he was smart and quiet. The words “camera shy” appear in his 2010 high school yearbook in the place of a photo, which might explain why he did not have a Facebook page.

Former classmate Olivia DeVivo told the New York Times that the residents of Newtown “weren’t surprised” that he was behind the massacre because “he just didn’t really connect” with the community.

Continue reading “New Details on Adam Lanza and the Sandy Hook Massacre”

Another Elementary School Shooting, Another Day to Not Talk About Gun Control

Connecticut shooting 2012Nearly 30 people, including at least 20 children, were gunned down this morning at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut just three days after the Clackamas mall shooting in Oregon.

News outlets, politicians and the Twitter/Reddit/Facebook generation are bringing their boxing gloves to the table today either in favor, or against a forum on stricter laws regarding guns. In one corner, we have men and women who, at some point, felt threatened enough by their surroundings to “need” a gun or two to “survive,” standing by others from rural red counties who were taught to hunt and clean a rifle at age seven.  Continue reading “Another Elementary School Shooting, Another Day to Not Talk About Gun Control”