Actor Seth Rogen and director Judd Apatow have hit back at the Washington Post's film critic after she suggested their movies may have played a part in motivating Elliot Rodger’s mass killing in California.
Rodgers killed six people and injured 13 more in Isla Vista, Calif., over the weekend after emailing a manifesto detailing his plan to commit mass murder.
Rogen responded angrily to Hornaday’s comments on Twitter on Tuesday:
Director Apatow also responded to the Washington Post feature in the early hours of the morning.
Rodger, 22, was the son of Peter Rodger, assistant director of The Hunger Games.
Hornaday responded to her critics in this video:
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