Alan Alda accepted a Lifetime Achievement honor at the SAG Awards on Sunday, dispensing some timely wisdom just one day ahead of his 84th birthday.
Hosted by Megan Mullally, the Screen Actors Guild Awards seemed to lack the laughter-free awkwardness that has been pervasive early in the 2019 awards season.
No matter how intent Golden Globe producers were at eliding politics, celebrities were not going to let their time elapse without grandstanding.
Actors want to boycott Georgia for the crime of electing a Republican governor. That would actually be a good thing for taxpayers, who are getting fleeced by stars who hate them.
Georgia’s tax incentives for Hollywood give the entertainment industry an opening to advance its social agenda with an end-run around in-state voters.
The ‘Roseanne’ debacle is a self-inflicted wound — and a warning that what happened with Trump-supporter Barr could happen with Trump himself.
To continue to let the Left tell the story of America to Americans without competing fiercely in media isn’t just gross negligence: It’s cultural suicide.
Instead of quietly discriminating as they’ve done in the past, now the Left is pushing to publicly shame artists and actors, including blacklisting people like Kevin Sorbo from public appearances.
To anyone who has worked in film or theater, these offers to perform in ‘bonus scenes’ raise some very dangerous red flags.
The Hollywood consequences of this deal cannot be understated. In its acquisition of the 21st Century Fox studio properties, Disney would become a mega-studio.
If it was so well known, why did no one stop him? Complicity with Harvey Weinstein’s attacks is built into the entertainment industry.
It didn’t stop with Harvey Weinstein. It’s now spreading to the political media, where it is about to cause a similar devastating loss of moral credibility.
What the Harvey Weinstein case reminds us is that our elites are corrupt. And there is only one long-term solution that will mitigate the problem.
In no way should church be anything like a political television harangue, but for many Americans it can be a fair comparison.
Chance provides an opportunity to shed the grievance and alienation that that many feel from pop culture and instead embrace a common joy.
It turned out that liking the sounds of three voices and a violin didn’t translate into supporting their politics. It didn’t turn into sales, either. Hollywood should take note.
The real issue here is not ‘Transparent’ director Jill Soloway’s blatant hypocrisy, but the gaping holes her casting controversy exposes in the trans movement’s ever-changing narrative.
The lack of racial variety on ‘The Bachelor’ isn’t just a matter of casting more minorities. It’s a challenge of human nature.
Drew Barrymore may have the money to dissolve her family repeatedly. The rest of society does not.
Men and women process pain differently, and Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner’s first big post-divorce media interviews display that contrast in full.
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