According to a recent report on TMZ.com, sources close to hit CBS sitcom “Two And A Half Men” are saying that Charlie Sheen’s character on the show, Charlie Harper, will be written off in a way that will keep Sheen from ever returning to the show: he’ll be killed off.
Ashton Kutcher recently signed on to replace Charlie on the show, which resumes filming in August after over six months of being on hiatus since the Sheen walked out and was subsequently fired from the show after he flipped his lid and began “winning,” “warlocking,” “banging seven-gram rocks” and setting his home up as a refuge for porn stars.
But will Charlie’s demise on “Men” be the last we hear from him? Not so, according to recent rumors. Word is, Charlie’s reportedly in talks with TBS to bring a very similar character to the “very funny” network. TBS denies the reports though. Read more… Keep reading »
“Saying my goodbyes to ‘Arnold’ (Rocky) and thanking him for 8 great years of loyal service! I think he knows Entourage is coming to an end – dogs always know. And I kinda look like a dog in this too. Ruff Ruff.”
—Adrian Grenier‘s posts on his Facebook wall his thoughts on his last day of filming the TV show “Entourage.” Awww, I just got a little sad for him and the rest of cast. Though, seriously—he is right on the dog thing. He does have a vaguely canine quality to him, no? [ONTD] Keep reading »
Another season of summer guilty pleasure “Big Brother” starts up next week — and we’ve got your first look at the new cast!
This year, eight new houseguests and some “notorious” and “dynamic” duos from past seasons of the show will live together in the “Big Brother” home.
While the returning players haven’t been announced just yet, the newcomers vary from 23-41 years, with professions like VIP cocktail waitress and legal file clerk.
Check out who’s returning when the show premieres July 7. Read more… Keep reading »
Sure, Jeff Probst has dimples the size of the Grand Canyon, but his function on “Survivor” is pretty much only to deliver the line, “The tribe has spoken.” Oh, and to snuff out that flame. Like Chris Harrison on “The Bachelor” and Ryan Seacrest on “American Idol,” he mainly blends into the scenery of the show and doesn’t actually get to show much personality. So we were surprised to hear that Jeff will soon be hosting his on daytime talk show, which will cover everything from “newsmakers to ordinary families in extraordinary circumstances.” I’m just not sure what to expect with that. [EW]
In honor of Jeff’s new gig, I think it’s time to Shun, Shag, and Marry he and his fellow reality TV hosts. Keep reading »
I remember being thoroughly fascinated by MTV’s documentary special on Britney Spears
, “Britney: For The Record.” And now the network had apparently done the same for Beyoncé
. Here is the opening segment of “Year of 4,” which premiered last night. It begins with black and white footage of Beyoncé on the beach. “I’m always happy when I’m surrounded by water. I think I was a mermaid,” she said. “The ocean makes me feel really small and it makes me put my whole life into perspective… it humbles you and makes you feel almost like you’ve been baptized. I feel born again when I get out of the ocean.” Did anyone watch the whole thing last night? Here’s hoping they replay it over the weekend. Luckily, MTV is known for their recycling. [Idolator
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We heard a few weeks ago that Jake Gyllenhaal was going to be joining Bear Grylis for an episode of the show “Man vs. Wild.” And now, the preview of the episode—which will be the new season premiere—is out. In it, Jake and Bear climb a mountain in Iceland, which as the name implies, is exceptionally icy. Jake says, “I kind of have a fear of heights.” Yeah, that won’t work well while balancing on a high wire during a storm. All I have to say is—thank you, Bear, for delivering him home in one piece. Keep reading »