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Midler joked about reports that Loughlin is starting to panic about potentially going to jail. like Felicity Huffman.
Amid news that Disney is revisiting the world of the Sanderson sisters, the creators look back at how "Hocus Pocus" came into focus.
Kathy Griffin, Debra Messing and more stars weigh in as Pelosi announces a formal impeachment inquiry into Trump.
Bette Midler is facing criticism from people on Twitter after calling on Beyoncé fans to mobilize to defeat Donald Trump.
Nick Nolte shares behind the scenes stories from "48 Hrs.," "Cape Fear," "The Prince of Tides," "The Thin Red Line," "Warrior" and more.
While Witherspoon called for gun control in response to the El Paso and Dayton shootings, John Legend wrote, "the president regularly inspires killers."
Midler's crack about Trump hiring a "blackground" was slammed as "racist [and] degrading."
There were many reactions to Mueller confirming that he didn’t charge Trump with a crime, including Alyssa Milano and John Cusack.
The comedian is speaking out about being "totally blacklisted" following outcry over her 2017 image of a bloodied Trump mask.
Mark Hamill, Bette Midler and Rob Reiner also spoke out against the president, though Sean Hannity said it was 'fake, phony moral selective outrage."
Jimmy Kimmel thinks Trump's ongoing hatred for Bette Midler started with "Hocus Pocus" and ended with Stormy Daniels.
Trump supporters accused the "Beaches" star of making a violent threat against the president.