Ryan Reynolds, Demi Lovato and Kendrick Lamar are just a few of the many celebrities who have spoken out about mental health.
Both became pop culture legend by infiltrating the mainstream with camp and complexity.
"It’s going to make me cry,” the actor said at Build Studio.
"Make America great again, really great ― not just for the white and the wealthy and the male."
“Look, I think if Americans cared what celebrities thought, then Hillary Clinton would be president."
In an interview with The New York Times, the actor described how he forged a different path after film school once he came to understood the industry's bias.
In a scathing essay, the actor explains why ignorance is no longer a justification for sidelining Latinos.
The actor will soon be giving Latin history lessons on the Great White Way.
The actor will formally release it at this year's New York Comic Con.