I used to have a lot of respect for UFC fighter Ronda Rousey, but when she endorsed socialist Bernie Sanders for President this past week, all of that went out of the window. Unfortunately, the “Bern” mystique didn’t help Rousey much, as she was summarily beat down and knocked out for her first loss just days after the endorsement was ... Read More »
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What do Hollywood liberals do to help at-risk kids in New York City? They do what most Americans do – they hold a star-studded benefit concert at Carnegie Hall to raise money to teach kids transcendental meditation (TM). This is what passes for compassionate activism these days, people. New age millionaire celebrities feeding their own egos by giving the poor ... Read More »
Rose McGowan just proved a harsh truth about the film business: never speak out against the Hollywood system, or you pay the price. The 41-year-old actress (Grindhouse, Charmed) was told to go to an audition for an Adam Sandler film wearing a “form fitting tank that shows off cleavage (push-up bras encouraged),” a request made of all the actresses who auditioned. ... Read More »
Chris Pratt is just about the biggest star in Hollywood right now. Over the past year, he’s been the star of major hits including Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and The Lego Movie, not to mention the #1 movie in America right now, Jurassic World. What most people don’t know, however, is that Pratt isn’t shy about sharing his faith ... Read More »
George Clooney is planning to run for Governor of California, according to his friends. The actor, a noted political activist, is said to be be making the same move as fellow actor Arnold Schwarzenegger and planning the career change after he weds Briton Amal Alamuddin in September. Clooney, 53, is known to have numerous political contacts – and even counts ... Read More »
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Republican Sen. Ted Cruz will visit Hollywood's not-so-secret group of conservatives called Friends of Abe next month, and he tells The Hollywood Reporter he will address what he considers is a government effort to intimidate artists who criticize President Barack Obama and his policies...
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The Netflix series House of Cards has been both praised and criticized for its portrayal of DC politics. The show has become so popular, it’s near impossible to avoid the name Frank Underwood on Twitter.
It's another character, however - Sen. Curtis Haas - who is causing a bit of controversy, thanks to his noticeable likeness to Tea Party hero Senator Ted Cruz...
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A UCLA study released Wednesday slammed the entertainment industry for its persistent and dramatic underrepresentation of minorities and women onscreen and behind the scenes, with the study’s chief author telling The Hollywood Reporter in an interview that “there are a lot of industries that do a better job than Hollywood” in forg...