Mark Ruffalo

Hollywood Celebrities Make Final Push to Save Gavin Newsom: ‘Let’s Kick Trumpism in the Ass’

Stars including John Legend, Katy Perry, Rob Reiner, Michael Moore, and New York resident Mark Ruffalo are urging Californians to vote “no” on the recall and in so doing, put aside concerns about the state’s many crises, which include rampant homelessness, surging crime, perennial wildfires, and the soaring cost of living that has caused numerous businesses and residents to flee.

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As Gas Prices Spike 40 Percent Under Biden, These Hollywood Celebrities Are Pushing Him to Shut Down More Pipelines

Left-wing Hollywood stars including Mark Ruffalo, Jane Fonda, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ed Helms, Danny Glover, and Rosanna Arquette are putting pressure on President Joe Biden to shut down the Enbridge Line 3 oil sands pipeline — as well as all “fossil fuel infrastructure expansion” — claiming it represents an “attack” on the climate and indigenous rights.

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Before Cancel Culture: These Hollywood Stars Read to Children to Commemorate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday

Dr. Seuss appears to be the latest target caught in the cancel culture crosshairs, with Dr. Seuss Enterprises announcing that it would discontinue the publication of six popular Dr. Seuss books and Joe Biden breaking presidential precedent this week by omitting Dr. Seuss in his presidential proclamation for “Read Across America Day.” But it was just a few years ago that scores of Hollywood celebrities celebrated the famed author’s birthday.

Dr. Seuss' "The Lorax" stars Danny DeVito, left, and Zac Efron read to school children at the National Education Association's 15th annual Read Across America Day at The New York Public Libary, in New York, Friday, March 2, 2012. (AP Photo/Charles Sykes)

Hollywood Celebs Make Final Plea for Georgia

As Georgia voters head to the polls today, Hollywood elites are still making the hard sell for Democrats, urging residents to cast their ballots for candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock, thereby ensuring party domination over Congress.

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Elite Hollywood Celebs Make Final Push to Influence Georgia Senate Run Off Elections

As the campaigning enters the home stretch, left-wing Hollywood celebrities are making a last ditch appeal to Georgians, urging them to vote Democrat in order to flip the Senate blue. Some stars are even offering free car rides to the polls, with Scandal actress Kerry Washington volunteering to drive people and actor Mark Ruffalo promoting free Lyft rides.

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Mark Ruffalo: Mike Pence Showed ‘White Male Supremacy’ By Speaking Over Kamala Harris in VP Debate

Vice President Mike Pence isn’t just guilty of “mansplaining” during Wednesday’s debate. He also showed full-blown “white male supremacy.” Hollywood star and confirmed white male Mark Ruffalo is accusing Vice President Pence of racist and sexist behavior, claiming that the way Pence interrupted and spoke over Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) showed his “disrespect for black women.”

NEW YORK, NY - AUGUST 29: Sean Lennon (2nd from L) and mother Yoko Ono look on as actor/activist Mark Ruffalo speaks at the Artists Against Fracking Coaltion Event at Paley Center For Media on August 29, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

Watch: Celebs Strip ‘Naked’ for Election Ballot PSA

In a bizarre move, celebrities, including Chris Rock, Tiffany Haddish, Amy Schumer, Josh Gad, Sarah Silverman, Mark Ruffalo, Chelsea Handler, Ryan Bathe, and Naomi Campbell, stripped “naked” for an election ballot explainer video warning against “naked ballots” in the upcoming election.

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Celebrities Offer Personal Performances, Dance Lessons, Virtual Happy Hours in Effort to Mobilize Young Voters

Celebrities across the entertainment industry, including pop stars Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, actor Billy Porter, and DJ Khaled are ramping up efforts to register new voters ahead of the election. In cooperation with the groups HeadCount and Global Citizen, stars are offering fans exclusive personal performances, happy hours, and even dance lessons to encourage young people to register to vote.

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