Matthew Perry may have played lovable quipster Chandler Bing on the '90s sitcom "Friends," but off-screen, Perry said he was kind of a jerk.
At a Television Critics Association event promoting his fall ABC sitcom "Mr. Sunshine," in which he plays an unlikable, self-centered sports-arena owner, Perry, who also co-wrote the series, told reporters Sunday, "They say, hey, write what you know. The reason that my character has only thought about himself is I knew somebody for whom that was the case for a long time."
But, the 40-year-old actor added, "I'm much nicer now."
What do you get for the hip hop artist who has everything? Why, his own sneaker, of course.
Converse recently announced a special limited edition run of Chuck Taylor All Stars designed by rapper Big Boi. The shoe is being released in honor of the rapper’s new solo album, "Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty."
Big Boi, real name Antwan André Patton, is one half of the rap group Outkast and whose love of sneakers is well known.
Welcome back “Entourage” fans - it's a glorious day in the land of blog-dom. Today is officially the day after I watched an episode of "Entourage" that had the hairs on the back of my neck stand up and ask to be counted!
Those aforementioned hairs are a fickle, particular bunch and don't respond to just anything. They demand the utmost in stimulation if they are actually going to be moved, and last night, "Entourage" delivered.
I have an idea as to why the show was downright fun to watch, and I call it "The Ari Factor.” Any show that features Mr. Gold (played by Jeremy Piven) and revolves around his storyline is going to be a good time. Simply put, the writers brought forth a truly entertaining "Ari-fied" (copyright, Dereyck Moore) episode last night.
Superstar rapper T.I. and his longtime girlfriend Tiny made their love official by exchanging vows in a Miami Beach courthouse on Friday, which was followed by a more elaborate ceremony in front of family and friends on Star Island the next day.
Wearing a Valentino dress, Tameka “Tiny” Cottle, 35, married Prada-clad Clifford “T.I.” Harris, 29, before guests including TLC’s Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas, rapper Yung LA, and “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kandi Burruss (who performed with Tiny in the ‘90s band Xscape).
"We living, we're happy, we're in love. I mean, it's no doubt in my mind that he doesn't love every piece of me and vice versa,” Tiny has said of her relationship with T.I., whom she has dated since 2001.
The couple, who have two children together, aren’t done celebrating: According to MTV News, the duo are also planning additional “I dos” in Las Vegas as well as their hometown of Atlanta.
Editor’s Note: This post contains spoilers for the Sunday, August 1 episode of HBO’s “True Blood.”
Okay, how crazy was "True Blood" last night? The emotion! The blood! The body count!
This week, we said goodbye to a couple of old friends, and unfortunately, Lorena was the first to go. Sookie staked her as a dying Bill restrained her. Farewell, Lorena! I was really hoping we’d get a chance to learn more about your history, so I’m sorry to see you go!
Sookie, aided by Tara and Alcide, scrambled to remove Bill from Russell’s property. Debbie, who becomes more and more disheveled with each episode, soon discovered them and briefly held the group at gunpoint.
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