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One on one with 'Shape of Water' director
Guillermo del Toro said the film's message is "to restore your faith in beauty and love," plus winners Sam Rockwell and Gary Oldman also speak out.
Celebrities react to Donald Trump's State of the Union speech
President Trump tried to strike an upbeat tone Tuesday night for his first State of the Union address, but he still drew strong reactions from celebrities on Twitter. Most stars reacted with a mixture of anger, ridicule, skepticism and sarcasm. "This 2 hour live broadcast of the new Purge film on
Michael Moore talks abolishing the Electoral College, what Democrats must do to win
Moore explains why he believes the Electoral College is an "archaic" institution.
Terry Crews on how being hungry helped him become a successful actor
The "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star stopped by ABC News' "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to discuss his diverse career and artistic interests.
Michelle Obama criticizes President Trump's decision on school lunches
"The View" co-hosts weigh the pros and cons of government involvement in school lunches.
Oscars 2017: Political skits, speeches dominate show
As expected, politics played a significant role in Jimmy Kimmel's opening monologue at the 2017 Academy Awards. Kimmel started off the night on a serious note, urging everyone watching the telecast to "reach out to one person you disagree with and a have a positive conversation." He said that is
Pelosi: President Trump 'has nothing to show' for first month in office except 'fear'
have gone both ways. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, thank you very much. Nancy Pelosi, thank you for joining us today. You heard Sarah Sanders talk about the committee looking into the Russia ties with the trump campaign. Also, pretty much saying there will not be a recusal from now for if attorney
Why 2017 could be the most political year of the Academy Awards
For decades, going to the movies has given people a two-hour escape from the daily news cycle. But at the Academy Awards -- the pinnacle event in Hollywood -- winners on occasion have used the platform to bring attention to political issues. ABC News film critic Peter Travers predicts this year
Glitz, Gowns and Politics at This Year's Oscars
This year's Academy Awards ceremony is shaping up to be one of the most political. Amid the highly charged atmosphere surrounding the Trump administration, the emphasis this year could be on what the winners say as they accept their awards. "The Oscars are always political," Sasha Stone, the
Robert De Niro Discusses Admiration for Pres. Obama and Rally Against Trump
Oscar winner talks about his new movie and why he felt compelled to punch Trump in the face.