The Piano Guys said Monday that their decision to perform at Donald Trump’s inauguration came after a period of “serious prayer and deep soul searching” and should not be seen as an endorsement.
Comedian Bill Maher has a message for his Hollywood peers: they’re “losers.”
Bill Luckett is keenly aware that his home state is a punch line. The mayor of Clarksdale, Mississippi, and owner of the Ground Zero Blues Club shakes his head over the stereotype of a state filled with backwards people who “stay in the kitchen and run around barefoot.”
Nicole Kidman says her recent call for Americans to unite behind President-elect Donald Trump shouldn’t be misconstrued as an endorsement.
While receiving the Vanguard Award for the musical “La La Land,” star Ryan Gosling paid tribute to the late Debbie Reynolds, who died Dec. 28, just one day after her own daughter, Carrie Fisher, died following a heart attack.
Political commentator and actor Ben Stein says Hollywood is a united front of “thuggish bullies” who seek to stifle debate and silence anyone who might support President-elect Donald Trump.
One of Hollywood’s most popular stars now says industry “bullies” helped elect Donald Trump.
Toby Keith isn’t backing down from his decision to perform at Donald Trump’s inaugural welcome concert this week.
Critics are taking shots at “Patriots Day” - the thriller starring Mark Wahlberg about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings and the manhunt for the terrorists in the aftermath of the attack - for its unapologetic portrayal of America as a force for good in the battle against radical Islamic terrorism.
Pro wrestling legend Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka has died of stomach cancer, according to the celebrity-news site TMZ. He was 73.