The Griffin family will be headed to Washington D.C. in a new episode of 'Family Guy'.
San Diego Comic-Con came through with plenty of exciting reveals this past weekend, and one of the biggest came during FOX's panel for their hit adult animated comedy series, 'Family Guy'. With season 17 of the show right around the corner, audiences are getting excited about just which parts of popular culture the creators will poke fun at this time round, and it would seem the 45th President of the United States isn't going to escape a prodding.
Will President Donald Trump respond to being made fun of in 'Family Guy'?
Unafraid to tackle politics, 'Family Guy' will see Peter Griffin hired as Trump's new Press Secretary, with the family patriarch hand-picked by the President after showcasing his skills at lying under pressure. An "unfortunate encounter" with Trump was also teased for Meg, whilst it was announced the episode would come to a close with an "epic battle" between POTUS and Peter.
Continue reading: Donald Trump Will Feature In Season 17 Of 'Family Guy'
He insists that his quote that the President Tweeted was taken out of context.
David Lynch has spoken out in an open letter to Donald Trump to clarify comments that he made about him in a recent interview, which the President took as an endorsement of his administration. The director took the opportunity to attempt to drill some sense into him with regards to his divisive tactics.
David Lynch at Rome Film Festival
Anybody who knows of David Lynch and his work knows that he does not have Republican views, but for some reason many took his recent statement regarding the President out of context, including Trump himself who re-Tweeted the headline 'Director David Lynch: Trump Could Go Down as One of the Greatest Presidents' from Breitbart.
Trump has been calling Jimmy out on Twitter, and he's responded beautifully.
Jimmy Fallon has responded hilariously to Donald Trump's social media attack on him via his opening monologue on 'The Tonight Show'. The President attacked him this week after the talk show host gave an interview expressing regret about Trump's appearance on his show back in 2016.
Jimmy Fallon at Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade
Last week, Jimmy Fallon spoke with contrition about way he handled Trump's appearance on his show during the 2016 presidential race, in particular the moment when he ruffled his famous blonde hair. Naturally, his ratings fell dramatically, and people lost respect for him for showing respect to a man who has been such a cause for concern for citizens of America.
Continue reading: Jimmy Fallon Thinks Trump Ought To Have 'More Important Things To Do'
The rapper has come out in support of the President and his wife recently met with Trump to discuss prison reform
Donald Trump has been keeping pretty heady company recently with the President of the United States counting controversial rapper Kayne West and reality TV queen Kim Kardashian West among his current close confidantes.
After Kanye's endorsement of Trump, his ever-loyal wife, Kim went to meet the President herself
Despite both Kim and Kanye coming under fire for their respective meetings with Trump, the President has come out to say the famous couple are helping to boost his popularity with black voters.
Kim also lobbied for the pardon of Alice Marie Johnson when she met Trump at the White House this week.
The world is in a state of disbelief after Kim Kardashian went to the White House this week to discuss reform of the American prison system with president Donald Trump, and specifically to lobby for the pardon of Alice Marie Johnson.
The 37 year old model and entrepreneur is a rather surprising choice for justice system reform advocacy, and nobody quite knows how she managed to secure the meeting, but Kardashian seems to have made some serious progress on the issue of a pardon for Johnson, a 63 year old great-grandmother from Tennessee who has been behind bars on a life sentence since 1996 for a first-time offence.
“I would like to thank President Trump for his time this afternoon,” Kardashian tweeted after their meeting in the Oval Office. “It is our hope that the President will grant clemency to Ms. Alice Marie Johnson who is serving a life sentence for a first-time, non-violent drug offense.”
Continue reading: Kim Kardashian Meets Donald Trump To Discuss Prison Reform
There are some creative geniuses out there.
It's true that everyone is entitled to their beliefs and opinions. It's true that Kanye West can be both an African-American and a supporter of Donald Trump. But it's also true that their new bromance has become a huge target for the anonymous meme creators of the world - and we're screaming.
Kanye West at the MTV VMAs
We're used to the 40-year-old rapper making controversial comments by now, even with regards to the President. But things came to a head recently when he revealed to the world that he and Trump share 'dragon energy' - whatever that is.
"We're beyond trying to see another person's point of view," De Niro said in a new interview.
The two-time Oscar winner was speaking an interview ahead of the Tribeca Film Festival 2018, alongside the event’s co-founder Jane Rosenthal this week. He was asked about the success of the recent revival of sitcom ‘Roseanne’, whose writer and star Roseanne Barr is a publicly outspoken Trump supporter.
“I’ve never seen her show before, I didn’t know she was supporting Trump, but I have no interest in that,” De Niro told IndieWire. “We’re at a point with all of us this where it’s beyond trying to see another person’s point of view. There are ways you can talk about that, but we’re at a point where the things that are happening in our country are so bad and it comes from Trump.”
Continue reading: Robert De Niro Blasts Donald Trump And Roseanne Barr
Myers stopped by Jimmy Fallon's 'The Tonight Show' on Wednesday.
More than two decades after he debuted one of his most memorable characters to the world in the first Austin Powers movie, Mike Myers brought back Dr. Evil for a comedy sketch to send up Donald Trump on ‘The Tonight Show’.
54 year old Myers famously played Dr. Evil, as well as the title character, in three movies from 1997 to 2002. The Canadian actor was a guest on Jimmy Fallon’s ‘The Tonight Show’ on Wednesday evening (April 4th), and he decided to revive the comically nefarious bad-guy and reimagine him as an ousted member of Donald Trump’s cabinet.
Annoyed that Steve Bannon had already taken the title of ‘Secretary of Evil’, Myers in character described himself as Trump’s “ideas guy” and explained that “the wall, that was all me, but I wanted it to be a moat filled with spiky blowfish”.
10 months on from the backlash that threatened to end her career, Griffin is hitting the comeback trail in her homeland.
Nearly a year after she suffered a huge career backlash in the wake of the notorious ‘severed head’ photos of Donald Trump, comedian Kathy Griffin has announced her comeback with her first American tour dates since that incident.
Having kept a low profile for most of the last 12 months, ever since the images of herself holding up a fake, bloody ‘severed head’ of President Trump went viral last May, the star appeared on Friday night’s ‘Real Time with Bill Maher’ (March 9th). The 57 year old announced that she was hitting the comeback trail in the States, having spent the end of 2017 and the start of 2018 working in Europe.
Griffin has booked shows at New York City’s Carnegie Hall and at Washington D.C.’s Kennedy Center, which she described as “Trump’s backyard”.
The President said it was because there was a lack of stars
It was always going to be an event the US President wasn’t going to like - and this year’s Oscars have been criticised by Donald Trump for allegedly polling the lowest ratings in history. The President also declared the problem with the ceremony was that there are no stars anymore - except him before adding, ‘just kidding’.
Donald Trump has taken aim at the Oscars
Using his usual method of communicating via Twitter, the 45th President of the United States mocked the Academy Awards’ low ratings and wrote: "Lowest rated Oscars in HISTORY. Problem is, we don’t have Stars anymore - except your President (just kidding of course)!"
An early morning spelling error from the President has amused social media users.
This week the President has been embroiled in issues regarding gun laws and trade issues, so surely that's what he's going to be posting on social media, right? Wrong. Instead, it seems his first job of the morning is to attack Alec Baldwin. Again. Well, you can't say he's not entertaining.
Alec Baldwin and his wife at the Elton John AIDS Foundation gala
Before he'd apparently opened his eyes this morning (as the spelling errors suggest), Donald Trump was ranting on Twitter about 'Saturday Night Live' star Alec Baldwin's unflattering (but accurate) impressions of him, and how the comedian finds it a weekly struggle to impersonate the US President.
After nearly a year and a half of doing his Trump impression for 'SNL', Baldwin thinks he might have had enough.
When Baldwin first unveiled his incredibly popular take on Trump in the fall of 2016, he was only supposed to be a guest performer on ‘SNL’. However, when the Republican candidate took the industry by surprise by actually winning the presidency, the actor was then invited back to become a regular fixture on the sketch show.
However, it sounds like Baldwin is now beginning to get frustrated at having to continue doing his impression. “Every time I do it now, it's like agony. Agony. I can't,” the 59 year old told The Hollywood Reporter.
Continue reading: Alec Baldwin Says Doing His Donald Trump Impression Is "Agony"
He slammed her for her 'biased' views on 60 Minutes.
Oprah Winfrey might be exalted almost to the point of royalty by many, but even she's not safe from Donald Trump's wrath. He blasted the TV personality after she gathered together a group of republican voters and liberal voters to discuss their thoughts on the current president.
Oprah Winfrey at the 'Released' premiere
Despite the fact that Oprah's '60 Minutes' segment was seemingly supposed to be an impartial discussion about Trump's policies, his likability and whether or not he is doing a good job as president, Trump seemed to take it all thoroughly personally and blasted Oprah for her bias via his favourite medium.
Continue reading: Donald Trump Wants To 'Defeat' Oprah Winfrey After TV Segment
No-one knows if it's real or a wig but it's still a strange sight.
Of all the things that are happening in the White House at the moment, it seems Donald Trump's hair is one of the most intriguing events of the week. Video footage was caught showing his hair flapping as though it was a loose hairpiece, and the internet cannot get over how disturbing it is.
Donald Trump makes his Cuba Policy speech
The President of the United States was seen waving just before he boarded Air Force One as he embarked on a golfing vacation at Mar-A-Lago in Florida, but his hair stole the crowd's attention as the wind blew it bizarrely outwards, exposing his scalp.
Continue reading: Donald Trump's Hair Is Blowing Up The Internet
The suggestion comes after their refusal to lend the White House a Van Gogh.
Apparently, even art dealers can be sassy. President Donald Trump just requested a Vincent Van Gogh for the White House from the Guggenheim, and they responded by sending him a fully functioning golden toilet. It's still a priceless piece of art, but it's hardly 1888's 'Landscape With Snow'.
Donald Trump makes Cuba policy speech
The curator at the Guggenheim was adamant that there was no possibility of lending the picturesque Van Gogh landscape to the White House for any period of time, though she did offer an attractive alternative. In an email, she suggested they install a golden toilet previously on show at the museum.
Continue reading: Sassy Guggenheim Offers Donald Trump A Gold Toilet
Following her Golden Globes speech, many had figured that Oprah was lining up a White House bid for 2020.
In what will come as a serious disappointment to many, Oprah Winfrey has poured cold water on recent rumours that she’s lining up a presidential candidacy bid, telling an interviewer that she doesn’t “have the DNA” for the White House.
The extremely popular TV host, 63, has been widely touted as a possible Democratic contender for the 2020 presidential election following a passionate speech she delivered at the Golden Globe Awards earlier in January.
However, speaking to InStyle magazine for its March cover, Winfrey scotched the possibility of a White House run.
Continue reading: Oprah Winfrey Rejects Possibility Of Running For President In 2020
The 'Guardians of the Galaxy' director reacted with incredulity to Trump's medical results, and offered to pay $100k to charity if the president revealed his true weight.
In the aftermath of the revelation of Donald Trump’s recent medical results that have gotten many people’s eyebrows raised in surprise, film director James Gunn has offered to donate $100,000 to charity if the president reveals his weight on an “accurate scale”.
Earlier this week, Dr. Ronny L. Jackson, a Navy rear admiral and a White House physician, announced the results of President Trump’s first medical while in office and concluded that the 71 year old is in excellent physical and mental health, revealing his weight to be 239 pounds and his height to be 6-foot-3.
Perhaps this was a little too good to be true for the sceptics, one of whom was Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn, who posted on Twitter that those stats make Trump virtually the exact same height and weight as pro baseball player Albert Pujols.
Continue reading: Director James Gunn Challenges Trump To Reveal "Accurate" Weight
De Niro made the remarks at the National Board of Review awards gala this week.
Robert De Niro has once again spoken out about the presidency of Donald Trump, making his feelings about the real-estate mogul-turned-politician absolutely clear at an awards gala as he described him as an “idiot”.
On Tuesday night (January 9th), the highly acclaimed actor was introducing fellow star Meryl Streep onto the stage at the National Board of Review awards gala. He took the opportunity to use Streep’s newest film, political drama The Post, as a platform to denounce the 45th president.
“It was fascinating to watch The Post. That story took place nearly 50 years ago, but there are many parallels today,” 74 year old De Niro told the crowd. “At the time of the story, Donald Trump was suffering from ‘bone spurs.’ Today, the world is suffering from the real Donald Trump.”
Continue reading: Robert De Niro Denounces Trump As "The Baby-In-Chief" At Awards Gala
Musician Fred Durst has issued a passionate plea on Twitter to US President Donald Trump.
The 47-year-old musician has taken to Twitter to issue a message to the businessman-turned-politician, who recently attacked CNN host Jake Tapper on the website.
Trump's tweet read: ''Jake Tapper of Fake News CNN just got destroyed in his interview with Stephen Miller of the Trump Administration. Watch the hatred and unfairness of this CNN flunky! (sic)''
Continue reading: Fred Durst Issues Twitter Plea To Donald Trump
The Oscar-winner told the New York Times she did not know about the behaviour of producer Harvey Weinstein.
Speaking to The New York Times, Streep said she “really had to think,” before responding to the allegations against Weinstein, as it underlined her own sense of “cluelessness”.
Meryl Streep at the Washington premiere of 'The Post'
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14th June, 1946