Despite restrictions limiting Halloween celebrations this year, celebrities are showing off some of their costumes, including classic throwbacks and detailed tributes to favorite TV personalities.
Doug Jones will reprise his role as Billy Butcherson in the reunion, alongside an all-star cast joining the benefit.
In a recent video, Streep reads from John Lithgow's latest poetry collection, "Trumpty Dumpty Wanted a Crown: Verses for a Despotic Age."
The former Secretary of Defense responded to President Donald Trump calling him "the world's most overrated general" by calling himself "the Meryl Streep of generals."
The film is based on Pulitzer Prize–winning investigative reporter Jake Bernstein's highly acclaimed book "Secrecy World."
"The Laundromat" is based on the true story of Mossack Fonseca, the law firm at the heart of the Panama Papers, who have sued Netflix for defamation over the movie. But how close is the film to the real events?
"Somebody has to sound the alarm," says Meryl Streep as Ellen Martin in Steven Soderbergh's "The Laundromat."
Fans wanted another season with the Monterey Five, but there was just one problem: Moriarty hadn't written a sequel.
Academy Award-winning actress and frequent critic of the president Meryl Streep said she empathizes with Donald Trump because his kids "are in jeopardy" under the watchful eye of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
A look back at the record breakers.
Thank Ellen DeGeneres for making it happen.
Harrison Ford could be Winfrey's potential Secretary of Defense.
"I can only speak for myself but not only wasn't I invited to the #GoldenGlobes: nobody asked my opinion about #TIMESUP or to sign the letter," Argento said.
Streep thinks the Trump women should speak about sexual harassment in the U.S.
The artist Sabo believes "The Post" is an attack on Trump. The posters are revenge.
Stephen Colbert joked about Trump's performance, "This D.C. production is supposed to have a four-year run but reviews have not been kind."
Nicole Kidman, Michael Moore and other acceptance speeches that prove the Oscars were always kind of political.
"There's character development, there's respect, discipline, perseverance. All of these life lessons...I feel she discredited."
The actor told the A-list audience "disrespect invites disrespect," referring to Trump.
"When the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose."