Anti-Second Amendment groups want to enlist Hollywood among their ranks now, too.
Actors and the studios think they control public policy through film, but more often they are caught within the currents of America’s good and growing gun culture.
The freedom-curtailing bill infringes further on Americans' rights.
What happens when you give a Hollywood star an open platform instead of scripted dialogue? We found out when the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences held its 90th annual Oscars in March.
This Remington 700 was used by actor Bradley Cooper to portray U.S. Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle.
The Dolby Theatre was swarming with hundreds of armed law enforcement officers as Hollywood’s elite arrived.
Harvey Weinstein announces plans for a new film attacking NRA members, claiming he'll make them "wish they weren't