Political Hollywood

Of the nine films nominated for Best Picture, four have themes or sub-plots related to disability.
Last December, Mark Wahlberg spoke out against celebrities speaking out regarding politics. He believes that Hollywood shouldn't
Has Donald Trump become the poster child for entertainment public relations? To the denigration of real PR pros, yes. None
Hillary Clinton definitely has the most backing and most vocal celebrity supporters. Everyone from Kim Kardashian to Amy
At first glance, Rock the Kasbah seems like the typical Hollywood movie depicting Muslims: turbaned men on horseback, a girl who needs an American's help to succeed, and bombs blowing up when the plot slows in the movie. However, you would be ill-advised to pass quick judgment.
A young trans friend of mine in the Hollywood film industry, a union member, spoke to me recently about a conversation she had when she asked an individual representing the Motion Picture Industry Health Plan about health care for herself.
Polanski has nothing more to say, and it seems as though Variety's Scott Foundas has little interest in pushing him for answers
For more from Affleck, including his views on Hillary Clinton and his thoughts on playing Batman, head over to Playboy. "People
The song delighted many in the audience, including Blake Shelton, and on Twitter, including Herman Cain. "Obamacare by morning
James Woods is not hiding his distaste for President Barack Obama. The 66-year-old actor expressed his opinions on Twitter this week in the wake of the ongoing government shutdown.