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William H. Macy criticizes Hollywood for “doing a lot of harm to the world” with depictions of violence in film and television, and believes that this stance “has cost me a lot of work.”

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William H. Macy criticized Hollywood for the industry's excessive use of violence when he appeared on Brett Goldstein's Films To Be Buried With podcast on Wednesday; He is seen in Hollywood earlier this month

William H. Macy has criticized Hollywood for the industry’s excessive use of violence.

The 74-year-old veteran actor, who cheered on Felicity Huffman five years after the college admissions scandal, appeared Podcast with Brett Goldstein films that will be buried on Wednesday where he targeted film and television.

He said, “I swear to God, if you kill a person, there’s nothing more dramatic than that.”

‘If you kill 18 people, it’s just pornography. The only thing you can do to make it more dramatic is kill 18 more.

William H. Macy criticized Hollywood for the industry’s excessive use of violence when he appeared on Brett Goldstein’s Films To Be Buried With podcast on Wednesday; He is seen in Hollywood earlier this month

Emmy winner Goldstein weighed in by proposing an idea for a series, saying, “You need three episodes to fall in love with one of the main characters and then shoot him.”

But don’t rule it out of the program. And every week you can see what a bullet does to the human body. You can see how it ruins his marriage… the deep, dark depressions.

William added that voicing his opinion on the “depiction of violence” within the industry “has taken a lot of work for me.”

This comes days after he proved himself a supportive husband by cheering up his wife Felicity Huffman as she returns to television five years after the college admissions scandal.

The Fargo vet gushed about the actress’ new job on the second season of Criminal Minds: Evolution during a candid interview with Eastern Time Thursday.

‘It was great! I went to visit her on set a couple of times…and she had a great time,’ the actor said of the Huffman experience.

“I think she did a great job too. I’m really glad she’s working,” he continued.

The Emmy-winning star added that the couple has always connected over their love of acting, noting, “We give each other scripts and give each other notes. Somehow we make it work.”

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He said, “I swear to God, if you kill a person, there’s nothing more dramatic than that.” You kill 18 people, it’s just pornography. The only thing you can do to make it more dramatic is kill 18 more.

This comes days after he proved himself a supportive husband by cheering up his wife Felicity Huffman as she returns to television five years after the college admissions scandal; seen in may

This comes days after he proved himself a supportive husband by cheering up his wife Felicity Huffman as she returns to television five years after the college admissions scandal; seen in may

The Fargo vet, 74, gushed about the actress' new job on the second season of Criminal Minds: Evolution during a candid interview with ET on Thursday; seen in 2022

The Fargo vet, 74, gushed about the actress’ new job on the second season of Criminal Minds: Evolution during a candid interview with ET on Thursday; seen in 2022

As Felicity prepares for her return to primetime, William enters the Planet of the Apes franchise for the first time with the latest installment, Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes.

“I saw the Roddy McDowall version, I saw the first one, in the (theaters) when I was young,” he recalled of the 1968 original. “To be a part of this is really flattering and rewarding.”

The Desperate Housewives star, 61, who served 11 days in prison for fraud in 2019, will guest star as ‘Dr. Jill Gideon’ in the second season of the Criminal Minds spin-off, Evolution.

Gideon is a brilliant biological psychiatrist who agrees to help the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit investigate a murderous conspiracy theory.

According to a synopsis: ‘Jill is reluctant to return to the office’s elite team given her complicated history with David Rossi (Joe Mantegna) and her dead ex-husband, Jason Gideon (previously played by original series star Mandy Patinkin), But they soon realize that a specific set of skills could help them uncover another clue to the elusive mystery of the Gold Star.

In December, Felicity broke her silence about the Varsity Blues scandal that saw her spend 11 days in prison after bribing college officials with $15,000 to alter her daughter’s SAT scores, saying she felt she “had no choice.” “than breaking the law.

He faced the consequences of his actions, shelling out $30,000 in fines and serving 11 days behind bars following his fraud charges in 2019.

Her involvement in the scandal led her to become part of a group of wealthy parents caught up in the controversy.

Huffman will guest star as 'Dr. Jill Gideon, a brilliant biological psychiatrist, who agrees to help the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit investigate a murderous conspiracy theory.

Huffman will guest star as ‘Dr. Jill Gideon, a brilliant biological psychiatrist, who agrees to help the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit investigate a murderous conspiracy theory.

Huffman opened up about how the Varsity Blues scandal affected her and admitted in an interview that she feels as if her

Huffman opened up about how the Varsity Blues scandal affected her, admitting in an interview that she feels like her “old life is dead.”

Similarly, actress Lori Loughlin was jailed for her role in obtaining admissions to USC for her two daughters through illicit means.

In her first public comments outside the courtroom, Felicity said ABC who thought it was “a joke” when FBI agents showed up at her mansion to arrest her.

‘They came into my house, woke up my daughters at gunpoint (again, nothing new for the black and mixed race community) and then put my hands behind my back and handcuffed me.

‘I asked him if I could get dressed. I thought it was a hoax. I literally turned to an FBI person with a bulletproof vest and a gun and said “is this a joke?”

Huffman said she regretted the plan, but felt she had no choice at the time because Sophia, who previously said she has a learning disability, would not have been accepted otherwise.

Now, Sophia is studying theater at Carnegie Mellon.

‘I felt I had to give my daughter a chance for the future. And so it was kind of like my daughter’s future, which meant she had to break the law,” she said.

“I guess I feel like the people I owe a debt and an apology to are the academic community and the students and families who sacrifice and work very hard to rightfully get to where they’re going.”

Felicity with her daughters Georgia (far left) and Sophia (second from left) and her husband William H. Macy at the 2019 Golden Globes

Huffman with her daughters Georgia (far left) and Sophia (second from left) and her husband William H. Macy at the 2019 Golden Globes. She was arrested months later for paying $15,000 for someone to manipulate Sophia’s SAT score so they could enter university.

The star played Lynette Scavo on Desperate Housewives, which ran from 2004 to 2012.

The star played Lynette Scavo on Desperate Housewives, which ran from 2004 to 2012.

Huffman is speaking out now to highlight A New Way of Life, an organization that helps formerly incarcerated women reintegrate into society.

“I want to use my experience, what I’ve been through and the pain to contribute something good,” he said.

Huffman and her husband William H. Macy hired Singer to help Sophia improve her scores so she could get into college.

She claims the plan wasn’t obvious at first, but it became clear when Singer told them that Sophia wouldn’t be accepted into any school without greasing the wheels.

‘After a year, he started saying that his daughter won’t get into any of the universities she wants.

And I believed him. And so, when he slowly began to present the criminal plan, it seemed (and I know this seems crazy at the time) that this was my only option to give my daughter a future.’

Sophia did not know that her parents had paid for someone to modify her test answers after completing the SATS.

The scheme involved Singer paying a handful of discreet SAT test proctors who would inflate students’ scores once they had completed the test.

On the day of the SAT test, he said Sophia was nervous and asked if they could go out for ice cream afterward.

“She was like, ‘Can we have ice cream later?'” Huffman recalls. “I’m afraid of the test.

Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giuannulli were also arrested and spent time in jail.

Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giuannulli were also arrested and spent time in jail.

‘What can we do that’s fun? And I kept thinking, turn around, just turn around.

“And to my eternal shame, I didn’t,” Huffman said.

Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giuliani had their daughters pose as sports stars, propping them up on rowing machines to falsify applications that portrayed them as athletes.

Rick Singer, the mastermind, was sentenced to three and a half years in prison in January of this year.

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