At times like this, when the nation is witness to a senseless tragedy and stories about the victims begin to leak out and disturbing news concerning the shooter becomes public and you can see a debate between the Left and Right forming over gun control...

... sometimes you just need to sit back and watch an adorable little kitten insist on playing with a giant Doberman.

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Amidst the sadness and shock over the fatal Aurora, Colorado shooting at a Dark Knight Rises screening early Friday morning, many celebrities have taken to Twitter to express their sympathy for the victims and their families.

Many have also used this as an opportunity to push for stricter gun laws, an area in which President Barack Obama has been considered a total failure by The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence.

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Fred Willard is expected to get off easy in his lewd conduct case. Okay, wrong choice of words.

The veteran actor, who was arrested this week for an incident inside a Hollywood theater that allegedly involved his pants being down, can avoid prosecution if he signs up for a $380 "pre-filing diversion class," The Los Angeles Times reports. This is a program that teaches one about responsibility and decision-making.

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B.G., a rapper who will soon begin a 14-year prison sentence for charges of gun possession and witness tampering, is prepared to serve his time.The artist also known as Baby Gangsta has released the following statement through his publicist:

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In the wake of today's horrific Dark Knight Rises shooting in Colorado, Warner Bros. has chosen to pull the trailer for another movie out of theaters.

The preview for Gangster Squad, which has been online since May and is posted below, was NOT played prior to this morning's Batman feature and has NOT been attached to most of The Dark Knight Rises screenings around the country.

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