By James Hirsen
Even though Piers Morgan no longer hosts the CNN news show that bore his name, he recently let it be known that he plans to film a cinematic attack on the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution via a documentary backed by some major Hollywood heavyweights.
"I've been approached by a couple of big independent producers in Hollywood to make it [anti-gun documentary]," Morgan recently told Politico, claiming that he already has a "big offer on the table" from a "big player in Hollywood" to finance the project. The former cable TV personality did acknowledge, however, that the Hollywood deal has not yet been finalized, stating, "We’re not quite where we both want to be yet, but we’re negotiating hard, and other people might come in."
The upcoming release, or "guns movie" as Morgan calls it, was described by the would-be filmmaker as a movie in the style of "Bowling for Columbine," Michael Moore's 2002 Second Amendment slam. Morgan indicated that the project of which he looks forward to being a part will focus on gun violence in the U.S. [more...]