Robert De Niro does his impression of Alec Baldwin at Spike TV's "One Night Only: Alec Baldwin" at the Apollo Theater on Sunday, June 25, 2017, in New York. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)

Robert De Niro Rips ‘Spoiled, Idiot’ Donald Trump at Charity Event

On Tuesday, the same day President Trump was in California to look at prototypes of his border wall in San Diego before heading off to a fundraiser in Los Angeles, actor Robert DeNiro used the occasion of a charity event in Hollywood to blast the president as ‘spoiled’ and an ‘idiot.’

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Deadline, Variety, Hollywood Reporter Circle Wagons to Protect ‘Buttman’ Ben Affleck

Good faith searches reveal that, as of this writing, nowhere on the home page of either Variety, Deadline, or the Hollywood Reporter will you find a headline with the words “Ben” or “Affleck.” How is this possible in a news cycle where Hollywood’s Batman is being dubbed “Buttman” due to a whole new round of groping allegations?

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NBC Boss: ‘Big Star’ Megyn Kelly ‘Doing a Great Job’

NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke still believes that Megyn Kelly is a “big star” even though her Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly program has precipitously tanked in the ratings and has yet to beat out a rerun of 60 Minutes.

Rosie O'Donnell speaks at a rally calling for resistance to President Donald Trump, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017, in Lafayette Park in front of the White House in Washington, prior the president's address to a joint session of Congress. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)

‘SNL’ Showrunner: Rosie O’Donnell Too Hateful to Play Steve Bannon

Lorne Michaels, the creative mind behind Saturday Night Live, said that the long-running variety show never reached out to Rosie O’Donnell to take on the role of White House chief strategist Steve Bannon because she would have approached the role “from hate” rather than from comedy.

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Report: Anti-Trump Hollywood Wins Big with President’s Tax Cut Plan

In a column for the Hollywood Reporter, Senior Editor Eriq Gardner notes that Hollywood’s major film industry players — who have often been the most vocal critics of President Donald Trump and his administration’s policies — could actually be among the greatest beneficiaries of the president’s proposed tax cuts.