Donald Trump announced on Twitter early Friday that he and the first lady “tested positive for COVID-19” — and celebrities have plenty of opinions about it.
Alley says the Academy's new diversity standards are "dictatorial" and "anti-artist."
A tweet from the social media team behind "The Good Fight" has stirred up Trump supporters.
The "Strong Enough" singer's Twitter page is full of posts calling out the Trump administration's stance on the way it's handled LGBTQ issues, climate change and more.
Memo to Roger Stone: You’re no Osama bin Laden. At least, that seems to be James Woods’ assessment. Actor and noted conservative Woods weighed in after longtime Trump associate Roger Stone complained on Monday that he’d been subjected to more force than terrorist Bin Laden during his arrest Friday at his Florida home. Woods’ assessment came via a response to a New York Post tweet reading, “Roger Stone claims he’s been treated worse than Osama bin Laden.” Also Read: Jim Carrey Delivers an Arresting Portrait of Roger Stone in Latest Artwork To which Woods replied, “Rule number one: don’t say patently stupid stuff.” Stone made the comparison while briefly speaking to the media on Monday, prior to a court appearance on Tuesday in Washington, D.C. “I’m 66 years old, I do not own a gun, I do not have a valid passport, I have no prior criminal record, I’m charged with nonviolent process crimes,” Stone said, according to ABC affiliate KATV. “To storm my house with greater force than was used to take down Bin Laden or El Chapo or Pablo Escobar… it’s unconscionable.” Also Read: Watch Roger Stone's Pre-Dawn Arrest by FBI Agents (Video) Stone was arrested by FBI agents in a pre-dawn operation at his Fort Lauderdale home on Friday. He was indicted on several criminal counts as part of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. Woods’ assessment drew mixed reactions in the comments section of his tweet. “To be fair, there were more operators, weapons and TV cameras at his raid than OBL lol but hyperbolic is standard for Stone,” wrote one commenter. Also Read: 'SNL': Steve Martin Appears as Roger Stone, Begs Trump to Pardon Him (Video) “He didn’t get a double tap to the head…,” read another reply. “Rule number one: don’t believe mainstream media. He never said he had been treated worse than Osama Bin Laden,” another reply read. “Technically the way his house was raided compared to OBL…that’s true,” yet another response read. “The FBI rank and file that was willing to go along with this shows is that we are living in a police state. You could be next.” Read Woods’ tweet below. Rule number one: don’t say patently stupid stuff. https://t.co/R4WzhOYCIw – James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) January 28, 2019 Read original story James Woods Weighs in on Roger Stone-Bin Laden Comparison: ‘Patently Stupid Stuff’ At TheWrap
Since portraying a veteran who loses his legs in the Vietnam War in "Forrest Gump," Sinise has formed the Lt. Dan Band, which plays for troops at home and abroad, and, in 2011, founded the Gary Sinise Foundation to serve and honor vets, first responders and their families by providing them with meals, homes and other services.
Amid the wildfires devastating California, the conservative actor has turned his feed into a help network, disseminating information about the fire, connecting people to missing loved ones and trying to save animals.
James Woods brushed off the incident of a suspected bomb sent to the Clintons, saying no one cares enough about them to send them a bomb.
Count James Woods among those outraged over Blake Fischer, the Idaho fish and game commissioner who reportedly shared a photo of “a family of baboons” that he killed during a hunting trip in Africa. Woods’ reflection on the subject began in reaction to a Fox News story about Fischer that noted Fischer had received requests to resign.
James Woods has been given a time-out from Twitter over a political hoax meme he posted in July that he refuses to delete.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Actor James Woods has been locked out of his Twitter account over a tweet he sent out months ago that was found to be in violation of Twitter's rules.
The president's son approved Woods's joke alluding to the comedian's sexual behavior.
Sean Young is wanted for questioning by the NYPD for allegedly stealing $12,000 worth of laptops and computer software.
Stormy Daniels’ attorney, Michael Avenatti, became James Woods’ latest target Friday, when the legal eagle showed up in London for the protests against President Trump’s visit to England. The outspoken conservative actor posted a picture of Avenatti being interviewed by the BBC as part of a story on the protests, and compared the lawyer to the “Trump Baby” blimp that has drawn a reported crowd of over 250,000 to Central London.
Conservative and outspoken actor, James Woods, says his "political liberal" agent dropped him on July 4 after "feeling patriotic."
Amber Tamblyn is making sure her voice is heard after James Woods said she lied about him trying to pick her up when she was 16.
The drama all started when Woods called out Armie Hammer's new film -- which portrays a 24-year-old man dating a 17-year-old boy -- on Twitter...
James Woods will not tolerate any suggestion that he’s intolerant. Former “How I Met Your Mother” star Neil Patrick Harris went after Woods on Tuesday, over a tweet Woods published earlier in the week. Woods’ comment struck a nerve with Harris, who fired back, “Utterly ignorant and classless, Mr. Woods.
Neil Patrick Harris had a few choice words for James Woods after the latter posted an aggressive tweet about a young boy.
This week’s episode of Family Guy took a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the show, as if we were privy to the sitcom’s shooting, seeing what our favorite characters are like when they’re not doing the show. It turns out Peter is such a diva that he got fired from the show, replaced by Uncle Ricky, played by David Spade.