Hollywood filmmaker Joss Whedon tweeted he wanted Donald Trump to “just quietly die” on Tuesday night, saying the president “is killing this country.”
President Donald Trump on Wednesday called one of his supporters, actress Roseanne Barr, following the relaunch of her television show.
Former Obama administration national security adviser Susan Rice now has a new gig as a member of Netflix’s board of directors.
Comedian and actor Jim Carrey drew scorn on social media over the weekend for tweeting an unflattering portrait widely interpreted to be of White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
Two of Hollywood’s most vocal liberals are inserting themselves into the Florida governor’s race with a fundraiser in California.
Advocates for providing parents more choices to screen violence and sexual content out of movies are urging the Trump administration to use its school-safety proposals to push back against major studios’ resistance to filtering products.
President Donald Trump said “trade wars are good” and attacked Alec Baldwin’s impression of him on “Saturday Night Live” in a pair of early-morning tweets on Friday.
It turns out fighting the NRA can atone for other moral failings.
A staggering 94 percent of hundreds of women in the entertainment industry say that they have experienced “some form of sexual harassment or assault during their careers in Hollywood,” according to a new survey.
Democrat Randy Bryce has been invited to the State of the Union to “stare at” Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan during President Trump’s speech, he said in an interview with Politico.