Hollywood stars say 'enough' to gun violence in US
Hollywood's A-list has banded together in a new video campaigning against gun violence in the US.
Approximately 50-high profile celebrities including Beyonce, Selena Gomez, Jennifer Aniston, Michelle Williams, Steve Carell, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Garner, Gwyneth Paltrow, Cameron Diaz, Mad Men's star Jon Hamm, Will Ferrell and Jason Bateman have joined forces in the powerful public service announcement demanding a plan to end gun-related atrocities just one week after the Sandy Hook shootings.
The group recalls the slew of similar tragedies across the country in the video, including Columbine and Virginia Tech, and ask: "How many more... colleges, classrooms, movie theatres, houses of faith, shopping malls, street corners. Enough.... Demand a plan. Right now, as a mom, as a dad, as a friend, as a husband, as a wife, as an American, as a human being, for the children of Sandy Hook demand a plan.
"No more lists of names. It's not too soon. It's too late. Now is the time, before we all know someone who loves someone on that list. No more lists. No more who they might have been, if we had just done something yesterday. It's time.
"We can do better than this. It's time for our leaders to act. Demand a plan right now. Right now. You can demand it. Enough..."
Many of the celebrities appear emotional in the video, including 20-year-old starlet Selena Gomez whose eyes are filled with tears.