'Full Frontal with Samantha Bee' Is Hosting a Special on Gun Reform and What We Can Do to End the Violence
"Full Frontal Wants to Take Your Guns"
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee (2016-) has always made it a point to discuss gun control and pay tribute to the lives loss due to careless acts of hatred. In Samantha Bee's new special "Full Frontal Wants to Take Your Guns" the host hopes to debunk the myth that there's nothing us citizens can do to control gun violence.
In the new special, Bee will explore how we got to this place of gun violence being the norm and what we can do to better our nation.
The 2021 Statistics
"shootings with four or more people killed, but does not include robberies or domestic shootings in private homes"
According to the New York Times, there have been 147 mass shooting as of April 16 of this year. 2020 saw 600 mass shootings with the year before seeing 417. This is an obvious issue in our country with numerous human lives being lost to these horrific acts and Samantha Bee hopes to do something about it.
Samantha Bee's Strong Stance on the Issue
Samantha Bee wants to make it very clear: gun reform is the way to go. Bee states,
"The fact that 316 people are victims of gun violence in the United States every single day makes me want to Zoom call every politician in this country and just scream at them."
Choosing to not fight fire with fire, Bee aims to educate the American people in her new special stating,
"the polite Canadian in me won't actually allow me to raise my voice, so we're doing the comedy special equivalent of that instead."
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee's special "Full Frontal Wants to Take Your Guns" premieres Wednesday May 12 at 10:40 p.m. on TBS.
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Thanks to a leaked photo of Harry Styles and Emma Corrin kissing during filming just a few days ago, no one will stop buzzing about the movie and what to expect.
📸| Harry on the set filming My Policeman with Emma Corrin last night! https://t.co/NNkMcSttBu— HLDHQs (@HLDHQs)1620138312.0
Because of this excitement, here's everything else we know about the film so far.
The film is an adaption of the 2021 novel of the same name written by Bethan Roberts. Set in the 50's, My Policeman tells the story of married couple Marion (Emma Corrin) and Tom Burgess (Harry Styles) and their love story. Marion is a school teacher and Tom is a police officer. Tom then meets Patrick Hazelwood (David Dawson) who is a museum curator. Tom and Patrick fall in love and begin in a long affair, while Tom still marries Marion due to illegal homosexuality at the time. While jealously eventually breaks Patrick and Tom apart, the movie will depict the characters 40 years in the future where Tom and Patrick encounter each other once again.
Harry Styles filming My Policeman today. https://t.co/v4QaG1yCke— . (@.)1620141562.0
The production has started filming this spring in England. The film is being directed by Michael Grandage and produced by Greg Berlanti.
Thanks to paparazzi photos, audiences have a little more insight on what's going on during filming. These pictures from production on May 4 show styles suited up.
While Styles is known for his music career, this isn't his first time on a big movie set. He first appeared on the big screen in Christopher Nolan's 2017 Dunkirk. In addition to My Policeman, Styles has another upcoming movie Don't Worry, Darling alongside Florence Pugh and Chris Pine.
Emma Corrin is best known for portraying Princess Diana in Netflix's period drama The Crown. The 25-year-old won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Television Series Drama for her performance.
David Dawson is best known for his work on television in shows like The Road to Coronation Street , Luther, and Joseph Merrick ("The Elephant Man") in Year of the Rabbit.
Where and When To Watch
While there is not an official release date for the movie yet, the production is well underway. Because Amazon Studios bought the rights to the movie, you can expect the movie to possibly be available for streaming via Amazon as well as in theaters.
Here's your list of today's premieres you don't want to miss!
Kids Say The Darndest Things - CBS
Crank Yankers - Comedy Central
The comedy entirely about puppets includes guest stars from comedians like Drew Carey, Wanda Sykes, and Sarah Silverman and was created by Jimmy Kimmel, Adam Carolla, Jonathan Kimmel, Daniel Kellison. Don't miss the season six premiere tonight at 10:30 p on Comedy Central.
The Son of Sams: A Descent into Darkness - Netflix
The docuseries explores serial killer Son of Sam, or David Berkowitz, and a particular journalist's work on the case that had gone cold during the time of investigation. Dive into this case starting today on Netflix.
Human: The World Within - PBS
The documentary not only explores the science behind the way our bodies work, but explores people's personal experiences and stories to discuss how the body affects our lives. Airing tonight at 9p on PBS.
The Masked Singer - FOX
Expedition Unknown - Discovery Channel
The two hour episode of the series is exploring ghosts in the canal tonight and you won't want to miss it! Watch tonight at 9p on the Discovery Channel.