“I think it surprised all of us that he would want to do this."
"Get ur head outta ur a--," the actress tweeted of Trump.
"I believe we're in a terribly dangerous situation right now," Aaron Sorkin said.
He called "All Quiet on the Western Front" one of his favorite books.
The pair are just two of many stars at this year's Creative Coalition "Night Before" benefit.
The actress was arrested during a rally against big money in politics.
"It's so disappointing," the actor said of the tone of the 2016 race.
"Some things are more important to me than money," the musician said.
Jon Taffer called Sanders's policies "narrow" and "shortsighted."
Clinton met Spears ahead of Saturday's Democratic presidential caucuses in Nevada.
"I don't think he has a chance," Richard Linklater said of the GOP presidential contender.
The comedian called Ted Cruz "high intelligence in the service of evil."
Warren is mentioned during the cartoon's clip ridiculing Trump.
MODAAK, a "Mental Organism Designed as America's King," looks like Trump.
Sarandon said an indictment over Clinton's email server is "inevitable."
"It just won't work after that," Depp said of the presidency after a Trump win.
The actress said people question her feminism for not siding with Clinton.
The performance troupe will no longer play three North Carolina cities over the law.
She said she likes some of Cruz's platform.
"It was consistent with the vision of America going insane," writer Dan Greaney said.
Allen adds that Hillary Clinton "doesn't have a skill set for jokes."
"It's like he's bulletproof," the author said of Trump.
The actor added he is "slightly disgusted" by using the military for politics.
“I think that this year is going to be a very unique years in politics,” Alley said.