The scuffles happened outside the Beverly Hills Hotel in Hollywood, near where the president was holding a fundraising event.
"We have a lot more laughing to do together," Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson posted on Instagram.
The R-rated movie apparently follows a group of elites hunting other humans for sport and was set to hit theaters on September 27.
Morton remains "forever grateful" for the experience.
#AStarForCarrie was born after Hamill's tweet, as it dawned on users that Carrie Fisher doesn't have a spot on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
"People of the Republican Party, I know you will agree with me when I say our president has our utmost respect and our love," Voight proclaimed.
Fox & Friends and several Republicans blamed Hollywood celebrities and elite women of the media dubbed "The Matriarchy" for stirring outrage against anti-abortion laws and inciting anti-Trump "hate."
"What's the matter, don't you want justice for him anymore?" Trump Jr. tweeted.
"There's a cost when speaking truth to power, and this time I paid the price by losing my job, but I'm not mourning, I'm organizing," Matt Bruce wrote on Facebook.
Austin Clay smashed President Donald Trump's Hollywood walk of fame star with a pickaxe, but what happened after is even stranger.
Dozens of women have accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct.
The actor was among the first women to come forward with sexual misconduct allegations against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.
"Not doing that," Melania Trump reportedly said. "No way. No, no, no."
"#CrazyRichAsians is the number 1 movie in America. Yes we are. Read that again," Jon M. Chu, the film's director, tweeted.
This is far from the first time someone has vandalized Trump's star.
China has become an increasingly important market for Hollywood in recent years. Even blockbusters that flop in the U.S. have a second chance to make up the difference with Chinese audiences.