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STOKE, Indiana (Reuters) – Steele’s new movie, “Steel,” starring Kevin Hart, is set in a time when gun control has become a rallying cry in the United States and gun owners are being forced to defend themselves.
The story follows a man named James Steele, a retired Army officer who works in the military industrial complex of Stow, Indiana.
In the film, he is one of the first people to confront his estranged wife, whose gun is stolen from her home.
“The first thing that comes to my mind when I watch the movie is, ‘Wow, this is a really cool idea,'” said Hart, who stars in the movie as Steele.
Hart said he’s happy to be a part of the film.
“I was a gun owner for a long time.
My mom had one when I was growing up.
I grew up shooting guns, I would go out there with my dad, and I always would have a gun.
And my dad would always keep it in his car,” he said.”
He was a man who always made sure he had something he needed to protect himself,” Hart said.
“And I think we all have a responsibility to be aware that the people around us are vulnerable, that we’re at risk and that we have to protect ourselves.”
Hart said the movie was inspired by his father, who was a firearms instructor.
“They taught us about the guns we use to protect our families, and how they’re used in war, and in other parts of the world,” Hart added.
“That was the inspiration for me, because it’s really important to me that people have a safe, secure environment, and that the government’s doing its job,” he added.
The movie, which hits theaters on Feb. 25, follows a young James, a man with a deep understanding of guns, who finds himself on the wrong side of the law when he’s arrested and charged with violating the terms of his probation.
“What we see in the film is that the police are really out to get the gun owners,” said Hart.
“And I’ve been in a lot of trouble for having a gun,” he explained.
The Steele character in the new film, which is based on his book, “Stoke to Stoke,” was inspired in part by the book of the same name by journalist John J. Dower.
The book, which was published in 1972, has long been cited as the bible of gun control in the U.S.
In a recent article, Dower said the book helped him see the need for a universal background check for all gun sales.
“A common question that I’ve heard about gun safety is: What is the best way to prevent someone from getting a gun?”
“I’ve been looking at that question and thinking, ‘What if we could do something about it?
What if we were able to make the gun laws universal?'””
Stoke” has already been seen in New York City, where it opens Feb. 21, and will play in Los Angeles and San Francisco later this year.”
Steel” follows a group of men who, after a series of violent shootings, are forced to take on a new task: protecting themselves and the public.”
Staying on top of your life is always the biggest thing, but also being able to take the necessary action to stop a crime is really important,” Hart told Reuters in an interview.”
People should have the right to defend their property and their family and their homes, whether they live in a house or in a car,” Hart also said.
But Hart, a former member of the U toms and now an educator, also said that even though the movie has drawn widespread critical acclaim, he has not yet had any conversations with people who want to buy the movie tickets.
“Honestly, I’ve had no conversation with anybody,” Hart admitted.
“We want to be safe, and we want to make sure that we are not doing anything to harm the people that are in the audience.
We want to get out and see it,” he also said, adding that the movie will not have any gun violence.”
It’s about keeping the public safe,” he continued.
“If the movie does come out and it does get a good response, I’m all for it.
But I’ve seen a lot that has been written about it that doesn’t make any sense.””
I’ve never been a fan of gun violence,” Hart explained.
“But I have been in trouble for being a gun holder.”
“The movie is about trying to help these guys get back on their feet,” he noted.