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Aly Semigran
December 02, 2011 AT 06:50 PM EST

Those involved with the Occupy Wall Street movement may not have 100 percent support for their rally cry against the 1 percent, but when it comes to support from Hollywood, the odds are still (mostly) in their favor.

In the three months since the start of OWS, any increasing amount of celebrities have taken the side of the grassroots political movement. Whether they’ve visited an actual Occupy site, performed (like Tom Morello did, both in New York City and Los Angeles), marched alongside the protesters, or simply just tweeted their support, plenty members of Hollywood has opted to take a stand with them.

Of course, as is the case with any political movement, where there’s support, there’s an opposition. Over the past few weeks, some celebrities have been vocalizing their outright disdain for Occupy, including director Frank Miller, who described those involved as “louts, thieves, and rapists,” and more recently, comedian Adam Carolla, who slammed Occupy and called protesters “self-entitled monsters.”

Still, Hollywood has been overwhelmingly Pro-Occupy. Check out the celebrity support score card so far. Pro has a slight advantage:

Pro-Occupy Movement:

Mark Ruffalo

Kanye West

Russell Simmons

Susan Sarandon

Tom Morello

Yoko Ono

Michael Moore

Jon Stewart

David Letterman

Rufus Wainwright

Sean Lennon

Eli Roth


Pete Seeger

Arlo Guthrie

Chuck D


Talib Kweli

Jeff Mangum

Colin Hanks

Russell Brand

Judah Friedlander

Wil Wheaton

Jane Fonda

Roseanne Barr

Doug Benson

MTV, which has called for Occupy protesters for True Life and The Real World

98 Degrees member Justin Jeffre

The Miley Cyrus Rock Mafia

Stephen Colbert dressed as Che Guevara

Triumph the Insult Comic Dog…. for him to poop on

Anti-Occupy Movement:

Frank Miller

Adam Carolla

Donald Trump

Herman Cain

Sarah Palin

Newt Gingrich

Fox News

The 1 percent



Read more:

Adam Carolla blasts Occupy Wall Street as ‘self-entitled monsters’

Frank Miller protests Occupy Wall Street protestors, calls them ‘louts, thieves, and rapists’

Occupy Wall Street marches on in NYC: Do protesters feel celebrity support is helping or hurting their cause?

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