Liberal and anti-White House media figures castigated actor Robert De Niro’s profane outburst directed toward President Donald Trump at the Tony Awards, with many of them fuming he was only helping Trump’s cause.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti took advantage of his Hollywood ties in a move that could bolster his rumored but yet-unannounced campaign for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.
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.