Risking her career, the 'Gone With the Wind' actress also urged Hollywood to condemn the USSR's human-rights abuses.
"if you wear a MAGA hat, you may be fired, or if you say, 'I like what President Trump did the other day,' you might be fired, completely removed from the set, and that's wrong," the actor told "Newsweek."
"I was downstairs early in the morning making coffee and I thought she was still asleep upstairs," Sheen explained in 2016.
Depp is suing Newsgroup Newspapers for an article that alleged he was violent towards ex-wife Amber Heard, a claim he strongly denies.
"I book more jobs being a tattooed model then I did before when I had none," Tina Louise said in 2015.
"I just love who she is as a person."
The "Stranger Things" actress revealed she was also told she looked "too Jewish" for a movie role in the past.
The former partner of actress Liz Hurley and father of her son Damian, Bing is reported to have died after falling from an apartment building.
The mural was painted on Saturday ahead of a march led by the black LGBTQ+ community in Los Angeles.
Hollywood was given the go-ahead to resume productions on Friday, while public health officials warned that coronavirus infection rates are increasing and new COVID-19 cases could result in a shortage of ICU hospital beds in two to four weeks.
The two Hollywood heavyweights starred in the Scorsese-directed short film, 'The Audition' in 2015, but 'Killers Of The Flower Moon' will be their first feature together since 1996.
The author spoke with Newsweek about the miniseries' depiction of Rock Hudson's agent.
Compilations of classic Hollywood bloopers reveal the real people behind the stylization of their periods in cinematic history.
"Hollywood" features the real-life actor Rock Hudson, as played by Jake Picking in the Netflix series. However, the show makes some big changes to the true story of the gay actor.
The 'Big Bang Theory' alum played the manipulative talent scout in Ryan Murphy's Netflix series.
There are two major complaints, and one says Hudson was dumbed down.
The Netflix show brings back to life a number of legendary Los Angeles landmarks from the 1940s, including a notorious gas station and an iconic movie studio.
"Hollywood" on Netflix sees the in-series film "Meg" sweep the boards at the 1948 Oscars and make movie history, but the reality was quite different.
The comedic icon passed away at the age of 92 of natural causes, his son, actor Ben Stiller, said on Monday.
"Hollywood" on Netflix features a number of characters based on real-life movie stars, including Anna May Wong, who was a trailblazer for Asian actors in the American movie industry.
The 'True History of Ned Kelly' and '1917' star tells Newsweek about his latest role as Australian outlaw Ned Kelly—but not like you've seen him before.
"Hollywood" on Netflix sees Queen Latifah cameo as Hattie McDaniel, but the true story of the Oscar-winning actor could make a series of its own.
Though a fictional story, the Netflix show is full of real people from the era, including legendary movie stars, directors, songwriters and a notorious gossip columnist.
"Hollywood" on Netflix comes to an end with a revisionist take on the 1948 Oscars, which provides happy endings for much of the main cast and might set up a Season 2.
The series features The Golden Tip, a gas station that acts as a front for sex workers.
"Hollywood" is the new Netflix series from Ryan Murphy, featuring a number of faces fans will recognize from his stable of other shows alongside some big names.