The actor told the Democratic nominee that "this is the most important election in the history of America."
Zelda Williams is not here for the Trumps using her late father’s words for their own gain.
Veteran actor Bill Pullman takes back his voice after Donald Trump shared a deepfake video from 1996's 'Independence Day' with Trump's face superimposed on Pullman's body.
'Captain America' star Chris Evans says he is "going to take my foot off the gas" on social media ahead of launching his political website, A Starting Point.
Chris Evans is no fan of President Donald Trump, and on Wednesday, he slammed him again, following Trump’s remarks to the press about trade with China.
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.
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."
Jim Carrey has said that he's dumping his shares in Facebook and deleting his personal page, over the site profiting from Russian interference in the US presidential election.
Scarlett Johansson is not an Ivanka Trump fan. Scarlett Johansson is “disappointed” by Ivanka Trump and the role President Trump’s daughter is playing in his administration. In an interview with Arianna Huffington at the Women in the World Summit in New York on Thursday, the Ghost in the Shell star admitted she’s “been thinking a lot about Ivanka Trump … very recently.” Johansson — who recently impersonated Ivanka on Saturday Night Live — brought up the first daughter’s interview this week on CBS This Morning.
Chris Evans plays Captain America on the big screen, but he feels a patriotic duty to stand up for injustice in real life, too.
"I hope that this is a wake-up call for [the White House]," said the former California governor and new 'Celebrity Apprentice' host.
Shia LaBeouf’s four-year protest of President Donald Trump is off to an interesting start. The artist/actor installed a webcam at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City, where people are encouraged to stop by and repeat the words “He will not divide us.”
This weekend Hollywood legend Robert De Niro caused quite stir when he released a short video online where he called out Presidential candidate Donald Trump for being a despicable person. After saying he’d like to “punch him in the face,” the internet kind of went into meltdown and, inevitably, some Trump supporters hit back at the actor’s outspoken views. Silver screen heavyweight Jon Voight was that person to call out the ‘Raging Bull’ actor for his damning assessment of Trump by tweeting a series of retaliatory comments back at him.
Sam Smith won the Best Original Song at the Oscars for ‘Writing’s on the Wall,’ but he wasn't accurate in his acceptance speech about openly gay actors winning the award.
Prime Minister, David Cameron. Mark Ruffalo has long been an opponent of fracking – the gathering of fossil fuels through the process of Hydraulic Fracturing. Considered a highly controversial technique due to its effect on the environment and local communities, fracking continues to be a hot topic.