Bryan Cranston, Sarah Hyland, Evan Rachel Wood and More Stars Attend 2019 Women’s March | 1/19/2019 | Staff
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The third-annual Women’s March was held in numerous cities across the globe on Saturday, and many celebrities joined women across the country to protest against the policies of President Donald Trump.

In New York City, Bryan Cranston appeared on a balcony on Broadway, where he is currently starring in Network, to cheer on the crowd and show his support.

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“The Women’s March from my balcony at the Belasco Theater in New York!” Cranston, 62, wrote on Instagram, alongside a video of the “exciting” day.

“Exciting to witness and support these powerful women of all ages, colors and creeds. Change is coming!” he wrote, alongside the hashtags “#womensmarch #womanempowerment.”

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In Los Angeles, a handful of famous faces came out to support the march, including Connie Britton, Evan Rachel Wood, Laverne Cox, Lea Thompson, Adam Rippon and Ingrid Michaelson.

“Got to hang with these lovelies at the #womensmarch today,” the Westworld star, 31, captioned a shot of herself standing alongside Britton and Michaelson at the event.

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Britton, 51, and Rippon, 29, also shared photographs on their Instagram Stories of themselves posing with marchers.

Sarah Hyland, Marisa Tomei, Lance Bass and Britton, who wore a shirt reading “Until we’re all equal,” also spoke to the crowds at the L.A. march.

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Variety previously reported that Laura Dern would be speaking at the Los Angeles march, but on Saturday the Big Little Lies actress told her followers that her flight from France was delayed.

However, Dern did have something positive and uplifting to share: “The great news is we’re on Air France and our pilot is female and globally only three percent of pilots are female,” she said.

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“So while you’re all marching, thank you so much,” she added. “We have a lot of work to do so keep marching. Happy Women’s March!”

Amy Schumer, who is currently pregnant with her first child, also supported...
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