Hollywood Types Left Unimpressed With Second Presidential Debate

Filling time between shoots can lend celebrities to going on exotic vacations or attendance at professional sporting events. But more often than not, they will find time just like us to watch the highly anticipated second debate for the presidency of the United States. Drawing in hundreds of millions of viewers worldwide, THR explained that a raft of actors took to social media to express their opinion on Donald Trump. Comparing his debate performance to an episode of The Jerry Springer Show.

Celebs Vent Their Fury On Twitter

George Takei, star of the original Star Trek franchise and one time contestant on The Celebrity Apprentice, believed Trump wanted the fight to be in the gutter.

Ed Helms of The Hangover and Vacation fame compared his debate tactics to a child throwing a table in disgust.

Michelle Rodriguez from The Fast & Furious thought the broadcast should have come with a mature rating.

Creator of Ted and Ted 2, Seth McFarlene drew parallels between Trump and his Family Guy character Peter Griffin.

J.K. Rowling, the author of Harry Potter, stripped back all the parody to lay into the candidate unequivocally.

Trump Bringing Out Strong Public Reactions

Lebron James Trainwreck

As Trailer Addict examined earlier this week, actors and Hollywood identities are no longer frightened or cautious about hurting their public reputations. They are getting political in response to the Republican's campaign. CNN reports that even Cleveland Cavaliers baller and star of the 2015 comedy Trainwreck LeBron James has endorsed Hillary Clinton this November.

The upcoming star of the Space Jam reboot pinpointed his local area as a point of difference and wanted his fans to know what he will be doing.

"There's still a lot of work to be done in Akron, Northeast Ohio, and all across our great country," stated James. "We need a president who understands our community and will build on the legacy of President Obama. So let's register to vote, show up to the polls and vote for Hillary Clinton. Hillary has always been a champion for children and their futures."