The coronavirus is disrupting Disney's live-action "Mulan" remake as China postpone the film's highly anticipated premiere.
Austin Mikel Clay, the man who took a pickax to President Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame over the summer, on Wednesday pleaded no contest to a charge of vandalism.
With the midterm elections heavy on everyone’s mind, Jason Blum was booed offstage at the Israel Film Festival, where he was being honored, for making anti-Trump remarks during his speech. Blum was booed from the start, when he referenced the election results that were rolling in at the same time as the event. “A lot […]
Jim Carrey weighed in on the rash of bombs that were sent to the Clintons, the Obamas and CNN on Wednesday, placing some of the blame on President Donald Trump. Make no mistake, these terrorists were encouraged and emboldened by the hate speech of Donald Trump,” Carrey wrote in accompaniment of his latest cartoon. According to CNN, suspicious devices intended for Barack Obama and 2016 presidential nominee Hillary Clinton were intercepted by authorities, while the office of Democratic Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz in Florida was evacuated after a suspicious package was mailed there.
The hourlong, two-part episode will air as part of the FOX animated series' 17th season, which kicks off September 30.
When it comes to sharing his feelings on Donald Trump, John Cleese really doesn't beat around the bush. On Monday night the British comedy legend appeared on <em>The Late Show</em> and spoke about the US President with Stephen Colbert. SEE ALSO: John Cleese says he's not bothered by the prospect of death "He says the British like him," Colbert remarks in the clip above. "Do they like him?" "No," is Cleese's immediate response. His biggest shut-down comes a few seconds later, though, when Colbert says Trump doesn't trust continental Europeans. "He doesn't trust anyone in charge of a democracy, does he?" is Cleese's reply.