While Witherspoon called for gun control in response to the El Paso and Dayton shootings, John Legend wrote, "the president regularly inspires killers."
The trend sees people applying the “old” filter from an app called FaceApp, often with hilarious and disturbing results. They then share the selfie, which is often a realistic transformations of the users face.
Elizabeth Warren was a big hit with some stars, while Republicans Dean Cain and Scott had jokes.
The actress is firing back at Alyssa Milano for suggesting Hollywood should boycott Georgia over the "Heartbeat Bill."
With just a few words, "Desperate Housewives" alum — a cancer survivor — turned the whole topic into an educational one.
While many celebrities are keeping mum on “Operation Varsity Blues” — massive college admission cheating scheme that took down Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin — others can't resist.
From the early years to the Disney Renaissance to the Golden Age of Pixar, Disney has set the industry standard for animation — but when it comes to diversity and inclusiveness onscreen, there has been, shall we say, a learning curve. Over the last 10 years, Disney has committed to better representation in its animated features, and movies like Moana and Coco — in addition to being excellent films — have been rightly praised for their cultural sensitivity, nontraditional protagonists, and innovative storytelling. Watch to find out how Ralph Breaks the Internet, the Oscar-nominated sequel to Wreck it Ralph, makes major strides towards equal representation, and shows just how far Disney has come.