Of all the celebrities disturbed by President Trump's Monday summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, movie star and former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger might have been the most upset.
Theresa May might have a bit of soul searching to do, following Donald Trump's spectacular vote of no confidence in her via an interview with The Sun.
A teaser for the show, unveiled last night, shows a clip in which he gives former Vice President Dick Cheney a waterboarding kit to sign... which he duly does.
In a cryptic clip posted on his Twitter page, the British actor presented 'a message from your President @realDonaldTrump on Independence Day', to celebrate July 4.
"It’s terrifying. It is also thrilling," Refn says about Trump's America. "This is a very exciting time in our history."
About a month ago, filmmaker Michael Moore teased that he was working on a “secret project” and name-checked Donald Trump and Roseanne Barr. Tonight on CBS’ The Late Show with Stephen Colbert , the Oscar winner unveiled the title of his movie and offered a few details. The film will be called Farenheit 11/9 , which is, of course, a reference to the 2016 election day that saw Donald Trump elected president in what was widely regarded as an upset, at least in the mainstream…
If David Lynch learned one thing from the uproar that greeted his original comments about Donald Trump (“Could go down as one of the greatest presidents in history because he has disrupted the thing so much”), which were made during an interview with the British newspaper the Guardian, it is this: In the internet age, […]
Taking to the podium at a rally in South Carolina yesterday, Trump declared that after the Twin Peaks director (kind of) praised his presidency, it spells the end for his career.
We're in 2018 now, baby, and if you think you can escape the chaos surrounding the White House even in a science-fiction/horror movie about weaponized dinosaurs, you're wrong.
The actor discusses the new film and how it reflects on both the current and historical socio-politics of the US.
Like many celebrities outraged by the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policy, the "Easy Rider" star took to Twitter to express disgust over the mistreatment of migrant children at the border. But it was his reference to Melania and President Trump's 12-year-old son that got him in hot water.
"Family Guy" mastermind calls on other Fox-based producers to call out the in-house news network's unapologetic support of controversial policy.
Samuel L. Jackson tweeted an image earlier last week which many felt was homophobic. On Sunday, the unfiltered and outspoken actor responded on Instagram.
Robert De Niro can't seem to stand in front of a microphone without delivering a volley of abuse at Donald Trump these days, but last night the actor surpassed even himself.
Journalist Gabe Sherman, who wrote a book about Fox News, Roger Ailes and covered the sexual harassment accusations that engulfed news network, is now set to write the screenplay for an upcoming Donald Trump film titled “The Apprentice.”
"Those people shouldn't be in power, and she certainly shouldn't have been in power," the actress said of the pint-sized "Harry Potter" villain.
Carrey describes his latest depiction of Donald Trump as his submission for the 45th president's official portrait. No word yet on what Trump thinks, but others have been vocal.
You didn't necessarily need to watch the Oscars or the Golden Globes to know that President Donald Trump isn't a big draw in Hollywood these days.
In the March cover story for "Vanity Fair," Jennifer Lawrence explains why she's getting more vocal now — and what the Democrats did wrong by "chastising the Trump supporters."
When meeting lawmakers following the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, yesterday, Donald Trump blamed violent movies – in part – for a rise in violent crime.
Actor Macaulay Culkin popped up on reddit on Monday to answer questions from fans, including one who asked which “Home Alone” film he liked best.
With Netflix refusing to be a part of "House of Cards" if it involves Kevin Spacey, critic-at-large Ken Tucker imagines how the show might go on without him.