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Morgan Freeman's new movie "Transcendence" may be considered science fiction, but could it also be categorized as a horror film?
In "Transcendence," in theaters on April 18, Hall plays scientist Joseph Tagger, an associate of with Johnny Depp's character, Dr. Will Caster. The movie focuses on Will's desire to create an artificial intelligence machine that can take on a life of its own. Will's mind is eventually downloaded onto a computer after he is shot and his ultimate goal is realized.
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A statement incorrectly attributed to actor Morgan Freeman about the Connecticut school shooting is making rounds on the internet and on Facebook. The statement was not made by the actor, according to his spokesperson.
Several sites, including Examiner, published the statement and attributed it to Freeman following the shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. The statement criticizes the media on how it reports on mass shootings and encourages people to donate to mental health research.
Morgan Freeman has donated $1 million to Priorities USA Action, a Democratic "Super PAC," to help support President Barack Obama's re-election campaign weeks after spurring online debates over remarks made about the U.S. leader's heritage and the Republican party.
The 75-year-old Oscar-winning actor said in a statement that the U.S. leader was doing "a remarkable job in historically difficult circumstances."