When you sit down with Charlie Sheen, you don’t know if you’re going to get the manic one that was talking about tiger blood a year ago or the super-calm-and-contrite seen in January. This morning on “Today”, Matt Lauer got a version of Charlie that’s somewhere in between.
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Hollywood contract negotiations always seem uglier when they hit the industry trades, and what’s unfolding with the stars of “Two and a Half Men” is getting ugly. According to The… More
Will Ferrell wasn’t the first guy to show up on talk shows in character, doing conceptual comedy bits; Chris Elliott has been doing it for 30 years.
In not-at-all-shocking news, CBS announced today that Oprah Winfrey will appear on “CBS This Morning” on Monday to talk about her plans for the struggling OWN network. Why is it… More
Justin Bieber and Ashton Kutcher stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” to talk about the new version of “Punk’d,” which premieres this week on MTV, and they couldn’t resist pulling a fast one on Kimmel while they were there.
The six adult stars of “Modern Family” are gearing up for contract negotiations that might get them $200,000 per episode, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
“The Daily Show” went to the Park Slope Co-op to make fun of a dispute over whether the store should stock Israeli products./
Simon Cowell, take heed: there are people out there who think Steve Jones, who Cowell fired from “The X Factor” after the US version’s first season, makes for a decent… More
On “The Talk” today, Billy Campbell sat at the table with the hosts — all dressed as their favorite characters from “The Hunger Games” — and talked about how he managed to get the role as the politician/suspect/potentially dead Darren Richmond in AMC’s “The Killing.”
Zooey Deschanel stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” to promote “New Girl,” and she was her usual adorable self, and talked about how much her sister Emily used to torture her when they were kids.