Hollywood is trying so hard to be woke. It’s a pity actors don’t realize some of their associates are a part of the problem. Alec Baldwin, who recently tried to salvage his reputation by calling for a change in Hollywood, tweeted out his support for alleged molester Woody Allen. On his foundation’s Twitter account, Baldwin compared Dylan Farrow’s story to that of the girl in To Kill A Mockingbird, who lies about her supposed rape.

Good news for all those anti-Trumpers out there who couldn't get enough of Michael Wolff's work of fiction, Fire and Fury. The book (novel) will be produced as a TV series according to an exclusive report in the January 17 Hollywood Reporter.  Of course, it is pretty much a given that the portrayal of President Donald Trump will end up being so over the top divorced from reality that it will inadvertently end up as a comedy series where much of the audience will laugh at, not with, the producers of the show.

Feminists and activists are always eager to build a victim narrative. So it should come as no surprise that the feminists behind the trends “Times Up” and “#MeToo” have decided to re-define terminology in order to better fit their narrative. Activists Tarana Burke, Ai-Jen Poo, and Monica Ramirez wrote, in a guest-column for the Hollywood Reporter.

Senator Al Franken has been removed from a PBS program that aired nationally as a tribute to former CBS Late Night host and comedian David Letterman on Monday at 8 p.m. After noting that “Franken participated in the event,” the network stated that he “will not appear substantially in the PBS program” because his inclusion “at this time would distract from the show's purpose as a celebration of American humor."

Hollywood likes to think it adds something important to the political environment. Instead, it just seems to confuse people.


With sexual harassment in the news in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, is it really a good time to hold a political fundraiser for someone who used his position of power to gain sexual advantage from the wife of someone who once ran his political campaign? Movie star Reese Witherspoon held a political fundraiser on Friday at her home for the gubernatorial campaign of California Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom who admitted to an affair in 2007 with the wife of the campaign manager for his election as San Francisco mayor.

This apparent hypocrisy served as material for the creative juices of infamous street artist Sabo who placed a rather, um, unique door hanger at many homes in Witherspoon's neighborhood.

When Meathead isn’t pushing Russian conspiracy theories on news networks, he spends his free time … complaining about Donald Trump.

So in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the actor, director, and liberal megaphone tried to link his latest film, LBJ, to his feelings on Trump and conservatives. When Ashley Lee asked him if he would ever direct a Trump movie, Reiner responded, “No, I don’t think I would be interested in that. I just want him to go away. This is a satire that you can’t make it up. It’s like you don’t have to change anything.”


Superman, who is also known as “The Man of Steel,” has been fighting for “Truth, Justice and the American Way” since he was created by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster, high school students living in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1933. The iconic super-hero debuted in Action Comics #1, which was cover-dated June 1938. Cut to Action Comics #987, which was released on Wednesday, September 13.

Still haven't gotten enough fun out of watching liberal meltdowns on Election Night 2016? Good news! The new season of FX's American Horror Story kicks off right at the start with a character having an hysterical screaming meltdown as Trump's victory is announced on television. Yes, for liberals the election of Donald Trump that night was an absolute horror story and it is quite entertaining to watch their meltdowns again in dramatized form in the AHS: Cult trailer below. Your humble correspondent has never watched this series before but he will probably watch this season's show just to enjoy watching the liberal horror over Trump's election in dramatic form.

What’s more fitting: that Lena Dunham should be on a horror show, or that said show should become unwatchably political? Dunham is set to join the cast of American Horror Story’s seventh season, which , according to showrunner Ryan Murphy, takes place during the 2016 Presidential election.

Playwright Tony Kushner, who penned the heavily left-wing, U.K. theater production “Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes,” now brings Americans yet another politically-charged play, which centers around a “mentally ill” Donald Trump.

Jessica Lange, star of FX’s Feud: Bette and Joan, told The Hollywood Reporter Americans currently live in history’s most misogynist era. Ah, the invincible ignorance of spoiled, self-important liberal celebrities!