The documentary filmmaker sat down with CNN's Van Jones to talk about the fallout from the election and why the blue half of the country has solace to cling to.
Veteran Aussie actor Paul Hogan has gone on the offensive concerning the president elect as he celebrates the 30th anniversary of the iconic action adventure film.
The veteran 66-year old opened up to the press about his new thriller and the undertones of the picture that are relevant to the 2016 decision.
Going back on his word to say he would never portray the billionaire again, reality is stranger than fiction as the actor sends up the President Elect on the skit show.
The 58-year old Danish-American opened up about his career, his new movie Captain Fantastic and why Donald Trump won the 2016 election.
The 60-year old told a gathered audience in New York that they should not fear the worst and endorsed President Obama's message, hoping for Trump's success.
The actor gave a no holds barred interview where he explained that the blockbuster he starred in didn't exactly grab his attention before giving his upfront views on the election.
As Hollywood picks up the pieces from the night that was, comedic director Apatow gave a scathing assessment of the election result.
From Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and the Avengers, even those with special gifts were left powerless at Hillary Clinton lost the unloseable election.
From Silver Silverman to Patton Oswalt and Jason Alexander, actors and performers from the big and small screen make their feelings known on the Trump v Clinton battle.
From Robert De Niro to Natalie Portman and Leonardo DiCaprio, the actors decided to use their stage time to get the vote out for the Democratic nominee on Tuesday.
The Sully star took some time to poke fun at the election figures at the New York skit show as the polls draw ever closer