Skip to comments.Ten Hollywood Has-Beens Who Spent 2018 Obsessed with Trump
Posted on 01/03/2019 7:57:25 PM PST by EdnaMode
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Writes his own ticket???? Are you serious?
Other than the reviving of Luke for the new Star Wars Trilogy, his work has been primarily voice acting for cartoons, and occasionally popping up on a kids TV show, like playing the “trickster” on the Flash a few times..
Hamill hardly writes his own ticket... He’s not, and never has been, in much demand as an actor. I don’t have anything against Mr Hamill, but trying to pretend he’s in huge demand as an actor, is well, incorrect.
Sure he can always do the ComiCon circuit to make money and will always be able to get some sort of work just because he played Luke Skywalker, but that doesn’t mean he’s writing his own ticket in Hollywood.
Rosie was a has been back in the 90s.
Were she not a loud mouth Lezbo hardly anyone would know who she is.
Griffith..at her best was a second rate unfunny untalented wannabe?
Takei is mostly know for playing Sulu on star trek...a half century ago.
Otherwise, he is best known for being a homo?
Reiner. All The Family 70’s and This is Spinal Tap 80s?
Looks like a list for crack heads.
Whenever I read of some Hollywood "star" make an outlandish comment about President Trump or the U.S.A., all I can think of is that it's a desperate ploy to stay on the "A List".
I used to love Bette Midler, I guess you can say “appreciated” Jason Alexander, and loathed Rob Reiner but loved many of his movies. Mourned the self-destruction of Jim Carrey some years ago. Now, they are all just radioactive to me. I imagine they think they are putting country before career, now that they have made their millions and almost nothing can keep them from having a comfortable retirement. That certainly isn’t courage.
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