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.
The incendiary book about the Trump administration, Fire and Fury: Inside The Trump White House, is to be turned into a TV series, according to reports.
Tom Hanks argues that his new thriller The Post is "not political" as the Pentagon Papers represents a moment of historical truth that cannot be denied.
James Gunn made the offer as a conspiracy theory dubbed the 'girther movement' questioned details of Donald Trump's medical check-up.
Robert De Niro dropped a series of F-bombs against President Donald Trump during an awards show introduction on Tuesday night.
Roseanne Barr voted for Donald Trump, as did her alter ego on the reboot of her ABC show "Roseanne" –and for good reason, Barr said at TCA on Monday, explaining she wanted to represent the working classes in America.
Film about the newspaper President Trump has repeatedly slammed as “fake news” may soon be screened by members of his administration.
Tom Hanks is willing to practice what he preaches when it comes to his opposition of President Donald Trump’s administration.
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.
Armando Iannucci, the director and co-writer of new historical satire 'The Death of Stalin', says you can detect elements of former Russian dictator Joseph Stalin in President Trump.
Ah jeez, Rick and Morty is over. Season 3 of Rick and Morty has come to a close, which is sad news for fans who know it’ll feel like a lifetime until season 4, but thankfully it all ended on a high. After 11 varied yet brilliant episodes that made up an enticing and addictive third season (Pickle Rick, anyone?), its finale was a fresh, politically-centric instalment that made fun of former President Barack Obama.
Back when Donald Trump wasn't president, if you wanted to film a movie on his property, it came with some conditions.
Screen legend Robert De Niro is taking on President Donald Trump once again, this time insulting the president’s intelligence and accusing him of bigotry.
In the continuing war of words between Arnold Schwarzenegger and Donald Trump, this is the Austrian Oak's most scorching criticism yet.