Actor D.B. Sweeney said on "Fox & Friends Weekend" that Hollywood is a "little more hysterical" than in past years in response to President Donald Trump.

"Everybody's got a right to protest, but let's make movies," he said.


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In an apparent reference to actors like Meryl Streep who have made their award show speeches political this year, Sweeney said there is no risk to performers who speak to a room full of people they agree with.

"There's no risk to it. Then they're told they're brave [and] get an award," he said.

Sweeney also discussed his most recent film "The Resurrection of Gavin Stone", which he says carries a Christian message just as much as it does a traditional cinematic theme of redemption.

He credited Mel Gibson with bringing religious-themed films to popularity, after his 2004 epic "Passion of the Christ", in which Jim Caviezel played Jesus of Nazareth.

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