Almost all Americans would agree that dangerously mentally ill individuals, possibly like James Holmes, and like Tucson shooter Jared Loughner (who was found incompetent to stand trial because of paranoid schizophrenia) should not be able to legally purchase firearms.
Does the Second Amendment say, "The right of the people to keep and bear an entire arsenal of battlefield weapons when they're not even part of an army, or even a militia, shall not be infringed"?
Christian Bale took time earlier this week to visit the victims of the Aurora Colorado shooting. Christian spent time taking pictures with people in t...
As the nation once again struggles to wring some clarity from yet another blood-soaked story, it strikes me that two such formidable institutions, a state government and a major motion picture studio, might join forces to find a solution.
This is the least of Hollywood's worries, for my money. The major studios have a bigger problem -- such as the fact that they so seldom make movies with serious themes or content. And they never address actual political issues if they can avoid it.
Batman didn't kill those people in Aurora. Comic books don't kill. Neither do movies based on them.
A brave new mash-up of traditional news and the real-time stream is emerging that puts social media front and center in the news business ecosystem.
I believe that people such as Julian Assange, movements such as Occupy Wall Street and those behind the Arab Spring, actually want change for a better, not worse and more chaotic, world. But their image and their hard work is being hijacked and manipulated.
This question originally appeared on Quora. By Jim Ross, Deputy Editor at Tak...
I know our 12-year-old is going to ask for assurance that something like that can never happen to her and would never happen where we live. And I know there will be nightmares and much more anxiety to come for her when neither I nor her dad can make her that promise.
As time goes on and we stray further and further from the language of the Second Amendment, this farce will be proven wrong time and time again.
After a little begging for tickets, I was lucky enough to attend the Dark Knight Rises movie premiere at Loews Lincoln Center on July 16, in New York City.
Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy had officially come to an end. Now what? came up with three ways Warner Bros. could go about rebooting Batman that might help make this transition a bit easier for both them and moviegoers alike.
The Dark Knight Rises' performance should be closely monitored in terms of what should be considered the top-tier potential for any and all other comic book adaptations for the near future.
Tuesday is the 25th anniversary of Superman IV: The Quest For Peace. If I had to make a list of "worst movies ever made that have no excuse for bein...
The Dark Knight Rises strikes all the right notes and provides pleasure upon pleasure for those who have waited for the right person to tell the Batman saga.