Apparently, you can’t maintain your “street cred” in Hollywood these days (or maybe it’s red-carpet cred) without indulging in some sort of over-the-top public attack on President Trump.
Enter actor Shia LaBeouf, who somehow persuaded the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens to host his bizarre anti-Trump video “performance art,” titled “He Will Not Divide Us.”
Predictably, LaBeouf’s project had the entirely opposite effect — and now the museum has axed it as “a flash point for violence” and a threat to public safety.
Dunham stopped by Howard Stern’s SiriusXM radio show Monday morning and revealed that she has none other than Donald Trump to thank for her slim figure.
“Donald Trump became president and I stopped being able to eat food,” she told Stern
From the Department of Who Cares What Bruce Springsteen Thinks
I don’t buy Bruce’s music anymore, well not from Bruce. I download from “Illegal Aliens R’US”.
It’s cheaper and faster and in keeping with Bruce’s principles.
It appears that radical leftists across the country are trying to outdo one another in expressing their hysterical opposition to Donald Trump.
The latest head case is sometime actress, unfunny comedienne, and Hollywood celebrity Sarah Silverman. She sent this rather unbalanced and unpleasant tweet about the “resistance” to Trump.
The stories we tell both reveal and shape our worldview. Often, the myths, legends, and fables we share cast a vision of how we would like the world to be, rather than how it actually is. Fairy tales, fantasies, adventure stories — all tend to portray a world in starker contrasts and greater simplicity. The good guys are wholly good. The bad guys are wholly evil. The right course is clear. Events fit a narrative structure. All problems resolve in the end.
Just days after President Donald Trump issued his executive order halting immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries, Hollywood en masse let him know exactly how they felt as they gathered for the 23rd annual SAG awards.
Several stars, including Ashton Kutcher, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Moonlight actor Mahershala Ali all used the night as a way to speak out and share their strong opinions about the President’s immigration ban.
As hundreds of thousands of Americans filled the streets of the nation’s capital for the Women’s March on Washington, actress Ashley Judd read a poem that compared Donald Trump to Hitler.
Judd was reciting a poem written by a 19-year-old from Tennessee when she read the line: ‘I feel Hitler in these streets, a mustache traded for a toupee.’
The poem was a celebration of ‘nasty women’, as Trump so famously called Hillary Clinton during a debate before the presidential election.
‘Go and read a history book!’: Lily Allen faces backlash after responding to May’s Brexit plan by tweeting that the world hates Britain because of ‘slavery’
Thought you needed to know that.
After the controversy that followed a viral photo of the American actress and singer carrying the Quran, Lindsay Lohan has resurfaced in international media, deleting the content of her Instagram account. In her bio, she wrote “Alaikum Salam”, the Islamic phrase used in returning greetings and translated as “and unto you, peace.” This has been widely interpreted as a sign that she’s converted to Islam.
Muslims around the world have been interested in how Lohan’s story would unfold as she showed signs of leaning toward the Islamic faith. Her Twitter account has been flooded by messages, welcoming the 30-year-actress into Islam and taking pride in her new spiritual journey.
Many have retweeted a statement from the American actress saying:
“The Quran opened doors for me to experience spiritually, to find another true meaning. This is who I am.”
Academy Award-winning actress Jane Fonda said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s recent pipeline approvals shows people “shouldn’t be fooled by good-looking liberals.”
At a press conference demanding an end to oilsands expansion on Wednesday, featuring indigenous leaders and Fonda, the prime minister came under fire for the three pipeline approvals, including the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain expansion.
Grand Chief Stewart Phillip said he was extremely disappointed by “the lies of the Trudeau government” on the environment and First Nations issues.
Fonda, who was in Fort McMurray yesterday to tour the oilsands, said “it was so sad to see the people in the Fort McMurray airport be hostile to us.”