The wait is almost over for Hollywood’s big Roe v. Wade film as an exclusive first look has been released online. The teaser, unveiled on Monday, features some new details about the film including the fact that Hollywood conservative superstar Jon Voight will be portraying Supreme Court Justice Warren Burger. The trailer is also set to have a grand unveiling for the crowds at this Friday’s annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.



It did not take All American on the CW long to become politically-charged and go after those who protect and serve the community. In the third episode of season one, titled “i”, two black teenagers are mistreated by police--and the main character claims the police are racist and "see my blackness as a weapon."



Season two of NBC’s comedy Marlon premiered Thursday evening with two back-to-back episodes, both of which took digs at esteemed Housing and Urban Development Secretary Dr. Ben Carson, portraying him as a “sellout” and the polar opposite of hero Martin Luther King. Two other famous, black conservatives were also painted as sellouts and anti-heroes: former Apprentice star and Trump administration staffer Omarosa Manigault and actress Stacey Dash.



The season premiere of NBC’s hit show This Is Us aired Tuesday, September 26, and it was as fabulous as always, trending on Twitter as the social media platform included a box of tissues emoji for every This Is Us hashtag tweeted.



If someone in the movie business lost a job due to his or her skin color social media would rise up in anger. Venomous tweets. Righteous social media memes. And, if things really heat up, a hashtag campaign. The same holds true if a worker got passed over because of gender or religious beliefs. Who wouldn’t support that cause



Actress and Fox News contributor Stacey Dash was trashed by the Left again for suggesting transgender activists should “go to the bushes” at bathroom time if they can’t decide which gender they are. In an interview on Thursday with Entertainment Tonight to promote her new book There Goes My Social Life, Dash insisted “Hollywood pushes a liberal agenda to the rest of the country. Whether we like it or not, Hollywood dictates the culture of the country.”

When ET’s Nischelle Turner asked about “Caitlyn Jenner,” Dash implied that gender was a “choice,” which violates the code of LGBT political correctness.



In an interview last Wednesday with Late Night host Seth Meyers, Anthony Anderson – star of the show Blackish – made some rather interesting comments regarding Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson.

When discussing the presidential race, Anderson – who has given President Obama his undying support – says he isn’t sure who he’s voting for this election, but it won’t be for “the black guy.”



Comedian Anthony Anderson mocked conservative actress Stacey Dash during his opening monologue at Friday's NAACP Image Awards: "What the hell is she doing? Doesn't she know that the Fox network is using her? She's just an Ann Coulter dipped in butterscotch. That's all she is!" Anderson added, "Baby, don't let them use you! Come back to the black people; and get back to work in some of those beautiful 'C' movies that you used to do."



Actress Stacey Dash, star of the movie and TV series Clueless, appeared at the Media Research Center's 2014 Dishonors Gala. Dash ripped Hollywood as being full of "hypocrites." The conservative actress explained how the city's residents don't practice what they preach: "Want proof? There are no movies made in Hollywood. They make them in places like Georgia, Louisiana, North Carolina. Do you know why? Lower taxes. Hypocrites." 



Fox News contributor Stacey Dash riled up the New York Daily News when the show Outnumbered focused on rapper Kanye West's odd remarks that compared dealing with the paparazzi to rape. (Much like actress Charlize Theron.) Fox’s Sandra Smith asked: “Should we be a little more forgiving of them? Are they saying things in the heat of the moment that they don’t really mean?”

Dash shot back: “I don’t know if they mean it or not, but forKanye to say 'rape,' maybe he needs to spend some time on Rikers Island. Go to Rikers for a little while and then he'll know what rape is." (Video below)



Newly hired Fox News pundit and actress Stacey Dash took to Twitter on Wednesday to make fun of former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg.

Beautifully setting up a punchline Dash tweeted "I truly appreciate" Bloomberg's commencement speech to Harvard and then she delivered the admittedly easy, but still funny zinger. (See Dash's Tweet after the jump)



Fox News has hired actress Stacey Dash as a contributor, which seemed in the works after her appearances on the new daytime show “Outnumbered.” But at Yahoo! TV, they ran a snarky article from Tim Keneally at The Wrap. The headline was “Fox News hired ‘Clueless’ actress Stacey Dash.”

That’s not untrue – Dash starred in both the “Clueless” movie and the spinoff TV series in the 1990s. But liberals certainly enjoyed the double meaning. The Wrap somehow found it “newsworthy” to add that “Some comments on Twitter, however, have been less laudatory since the hiring was announced.” Less than laudatory? "Vicious" is a word that fits: