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Amy Schumer deletes gun violence scene from her upcoming movie amid Orlando shooting incident

Updated On 19 Jun, 2016 Published On

Amy Schumer has always supported anti-gun activism,and anti-gun violence campaigns and amid recent tragedies, a sensitive scene, featuring someone firing a gun randomly at others from her forthcoming film just had to go.

According to reports, the stand-up comedian decided to remove a scene of her so-far-unnamed comedy that featured a guy shooting a gun at others sporadically. Aside from that, not much else has been disclosed till now. Another detail concerning the “mother/daughter” has been revealed which says that the Fox project also stars Goldie Hawn and Tom Bateman and is scheduled to release on May 17, 2017. Schumer is currently in Hawaii working on it.

Forty-nine people were killed during the June 12 attack at the Orlando gay nightclub Pulse, making it the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.

With her second-cousin, New York Sen. The 35-year-old actress has been a voracious advocate for gun control measures after a gunman opened fire, killed two people and injured nine others before committing suicide, during a screening of her film, “Trainwreck,” last year.