Third-generation Hollywood star Dakota Johnson labeled cancel culture “horrifying” and announced that you can’t cancel “a human being” like they’re “an appointment.”

Throughout a wide-ranging interview for Vanity Fair, the 32-year-old actress spoke regarding her experiences growing up in Hollywood as the daughter of actor Don Johnson and actress Melanie Griffith and the granddaughter of actress Tippi Hedren child star Peter Griffith, the outlet noted in a piece published Tuesday.

Yesterday, the Los Angeles Times published an op-ed entitled, “Why Does the Pentagon Give a Helping Hand to Films Like ‘Top Gun’?” by Roger Stahl, a communication studies professor at the University of Georgia and director of the documentary film “Theaters of War: How the Pentagon and CIA Took Hollywood.” 

The bloodletting at Netflix continued on Thursday as the far-left-wing streamer axed an additional 300 employees worldwide, or about 3 percent of its workforce — the company’s largest layoff since its subscriber downturn in the first quarter.

Netflix handed out pink slips to 216 staffers in the U.S. and Canada, with the remainder of the cuts coming from other regions throughout the world. according to an official statement sent to  multiple news outlets.

'The Late Show' host Stephen Colbert wisecracked about his staffers being detained on suspicion of unlawful entry to the US Capitol, and insisted they did nothing wrong. The host dismissed the comparisons between his staff's arrest and the January 6 riot as a 'non-surrection' and joked that Triumph the Insult Comic Dog should be charged with 'first degree puppetry.' Colbert began his monologue by saying: 'How was your weekend? I certainly had an interesting one, because some of my staff had a memorable one.'

Disney's animated movie 'Lightyear' flopped in its first weekend in theaters, with the new Toy Story spin-off film earning $51.7 million in North America. 

Not only did the movie open lower than expected, but it also failed to conquer 'Jurassic World: Dominion', which held on to the first-place spot with $58.7 million in its second weekend. 

A group of staffers who work for CBS’s “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” have been arrested by the U.S. Capitol Police and California Rep. Adam Schiff has some explaining to do.

The group were arrested on Thursday for unlawful entry as they entered the Capitol and were snooping around the offices of some Republican Congressmembers, CNN reported.

“Top Gun: Maverick” is a box-office smash, a massive hit with both critics and the public alike. Navy and Air Force units across the country have set up recruitment stalls inside movie halls, hoping to sign up individuals buzzed after watching the high-paced aviation action. But documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act reveal that the movie was made only after an agreement was signed between Hollywood and the Pentagon, with the Navy insisting on “weav[ing] in” their “key talking points” in exchange for granting the production company extensive access to military hardware.