Hollywood celebrities rejected any sense of patriotism this July 4 and used the Independence Day holiday weekend to trash the United States as an oppressive country where women can’t get abortions, racism is rampant, and former President Donald Trump is still a free man and on the loose.
After pulling their music from Spotify in protest over Joe Rogan, the folk rock group Crosby, Stills & Nash has returned to the streaming service a mere five months later — with Rogan’s massively popular podcast still going strong.
CBS’s “The Late Late Show” host James Corden recently paid a visit to the White House in what Biden administration officials no doubt thought would be a puff piece they could easily control. Instead, Corden switched briefly to rough-puff mode when he balked at being told to say that the state of the U.S. economy is “strong.”
Nashville Hall of Famer Jeffrey Steele has released a new patriotic single titled “I’m an American” just in time for July 4. In an interview with Breitbart News, the acclaimed songwriter spoke about his frustration with the state of the country under the current administration and the lack of songs that reflect the current mood of the people.
Los Angeles County is set to officially rescind on Thursday its controversial zero bail policy that put criminal suspects back on the streets before trial. The decision comes as embattled District Attorney George Gascon faces a possible recall election this fall in the face of soaring crime throughout the L.A. area.
Netflix’s “Stranger Things” star Maya Hawke declared “f**k the Supreme Court” during an appearance this week on NBC’s “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.” The 23-year-old Hollywood star also praised her mother, actress Uma Thurman, for having had an abortion decades ago.
“Friends” creator Marta Kauffman has atoned for the sitcom’s lack of diversity by pledging $4 million to her alma mater, Brandeis University, to establish an endowed professorship in the school’s African and African American studies department.
Hollywood celebrities have been working overtime to amplify and spread former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson’s discredited accusations that then-President Donald Trump physically attacked two Secret Service agents in an attempt to grab the steering wheel of the presidential vehicle on January 6, 2021.
In Disney’s latest effort to smuggle transgender ideology into its entertainment for kids, the new animated Disney+ series “Baymax” features a transgender “man” who menstruates and gives advice on which maxi pad to buy — “the one with wings.”
Comedian Wanda Sykes trashed middle America during her appearance Monday on CBS’ “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” arguing red states in the “middle” of the country are to blame for the Supreme Court’s historic overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Netflix has reportedly placed dead last among streaming entertainment services when its comes to customer value satisfaction, signaling continued rough waters ahead as the far-left-wing company struggles to hold onto subscribers.
The Walt Disney Co. has released its first teaser trailer for the Disney+ movie “Hocus Pocus 2” just as star Bette Midler has launched her own campaign against pro-lifers by smearing conservative Supreme Justices and even mocking couples who have expressed the desire to adopt unwanted babies.
Hollywood went all in for Joe Biden in 2020. And now they are paying the price, literally, as the cost of movie and TV production soars to levels that are giving entertainment executives sticker shock.
The Supreme Court’s historic overturning of Roe v. Wade has plunged pro-abortion activists into a state of existential despair, their life’s work crushed with a single ruling. But hark: here comes Hollywood star Mark Ruffalo to the rescue, offering a
Chris Evans, who stars in Disney-Marvel’s Captain America and Pixar’s “Lightyear,” is supporting a national organization that helps pay for women’s abortions, saying he hopes others will support the network, which has condemned the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade.
Pop star Phoebe Bridgers led a crowd of concertgoers in a “F**k the Supreme Court” chant on Friday in response to the high court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. She also told the crowed “f**k America, like, f**k you.”
Actor Michael Rapaport called Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas a “c**ksucker” following the high court’s ruling on abortion that overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday. The actor also called Thomas a “creepy kook” and a “handsy, good-for-nothing sexual harassing motherf**ker.”
Hollywood celebrities were inconsolable Friday following the announcement of the Supreme Court’s highly anticipated ruling on abortion. The Left-wing stars expressed their expletive-filled outrage and fury, directing their anger at the high court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade.
The bloodletting at Netflix continued on Thursday as the far-left-wing streamer axed an additional 300 employees worldwide, or about 3 percent of its workforce — the company’s largest layoff since its subscriber downturn in the first quarter.
Disgraced actor Jussie Smollett is still claiming that he was assaulted for being black and gay back in 2019, denying that he staged the assault despite a jury convicting him for his role in the hate crime hoax.
Transgender Hollywood star Elliot Page — formerly known as Ellen Page — laments society’s obsession with the gender “binary,” saying it is a cause of some of the negative reactions to the celebrity’s transition from being a woman to a man.
Apple TV+’s WeCrashed’s star Anne Hathaway has expressed her rage over the Supreme Court’s forthcoming decision on Roe v. Wade. In a recent interview, the Oscar-winning actress lashed out at pro-life supporters while bizarrely conflating the abortion debate with the national baby formula shortage.
Barack and Michelle Obama are expanding their media empire by teaming up with Amazon’s Audible in a multi-year deal that will see the former first couple create podcasts and other audio content for the platform following their departure from Spotify.
Netflix is reportedly preparing for another bloodbath in the form of a new round of layoffs this week — the latest austerity measure as the far-left-wing streamer’s stock continues to languish at depressed levels.
Amazon Studios’ “Cinderella” star Billy Porter has attacked Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) as “transphobes,” claiming the politicians are “anti-trans” due to their support for state policy shielding young children from sex-change drugs and procedures.
Oscar-winning Hollywood director Paul Haggis has reportedly been arrested in Italy on charges of sexual assault and aggravated personal injury, with lurid allegations that he forced a woman into sexual intercourse over a period of two days in the town of Ostuni, where he was scheduled to conduct a series of masterclasses.
Comedian and CNN host W. Kamau Bell is using Father’s Day to urge dads everywhere to take up the fight in favor of abortion, claiming that the systematic killing of unborn children is a human right that benefits both women and men.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) has slammed the Walt Disney Co. for pushing a gay agenda in the new Pixar movie Lightyear, noting the company has flip-flopped hypocritically between supplicating itself to China — where homosexuality is still taboo in the movies — while promoting an LGBTQ agenda to children at home.
Vice President Kamala Harris reportedly spent her recent time in Los Angeles partying with Hollywood elites and visiting some of her favorite restaurants as average Americans everywhere continue to be crushed by out-of-control inflation and soaring gas prices.
The showrunnner of the gay teen high school rom-com series “Love, Victor” has praised Disney’s decision to move the show to Disney+ after first releasing it on Hulu, saying the family-friendly streaming service will give the show a bigger audience.
The Walt Disney Co. said it is pushing back the planned move of 2,000 jobs to Florida by four years, saying the postponement is due to a new completion date for a new Florida campus and not because of the company’s ongoing war with Gov. Ron DeSantis (R).
HBO’s “Last Week Tonight” host John Oliver has attacked fellow leftist Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) for dragging his feet on big tech anti-trust legislation, noting that Schumer’s two daughters work for Amazon and Facebook’s parent company, Meta.