Jennifer Aniston, Julianne Moore, Amy Schumer stand with Obama to 'End Gun Violence' (Video)

Jennifer Aniston, Julianne Moore and Amy Schumer are among the high-profile Hollywood stars speaking out with President Barack Obama in an effort to stop excessive shootings in America.

The actresses, along with Kevin Bacon, Spike Lee, Sofia Vergara, Ty Burrell, Nick Offerman, Sarah Silverman and Michael J. Fox, join Obama in a new video called "We Can End Gun Violence."

"When we come together, Americans can do anything," Obama says in the montage of voices — from both random and famous citizens — calling for others to be optimistic about lowering fatalities caused by bullets.

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The PSA, created by organization Everytown for Gun Safety, comes in wake of the shooting in San Bernardino, during which 14 people were killed.

Watch the video above.

Watch comedian Amy Schumer talk out on gun control in the video below.
Amy Schumer on Using Her Voice to End Gun Violence: 'If Not Me, Then Who?'

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