Charlie Sheen’s incident at the Plaza Hotel in New York last week wasn't the actor's first encounter with bad press.
Yet in the court of public opinion, the verdict seems to be, “So what?!” - and he’s still the highest paid actor on TV.
But Sheen’s long-time friend and fellow actor Tom Sizemore, who was recently on "Celebrity Rehab" battling his own addictions, says he fears for Sheen's life. CNN sat down with him in Los Angeles to get his take on what’s going on with Sheen.
Meryl Streep is going into therapy – at least for the sake of the cameras.
Beginning November 8, the Oscar winner will do a three-episode guest stint on Lisa Kudrow's online comedy series, "Web Therapy."
On the show, which airs on Lexus's LStudio.com, the former "Friends" star plays Fiona Wallace, a psychiatrist who treats patients via Web cam. According to Deadline.com, Fiona suspects her husband Kip may be gay and enlists the help of Camilla Bowner (Streep), a counselor who is known for "restoring men to their natural straight state."
Move over, Robert Pattinson - Johnny Depp is about to become the big screen's new sexy vampire. The Hollywood Reporter confirms that the actor will headline a film adaptation of the 1960s supernatural soap "Dark Shadows."
The 47-year-old star of the upcoming film "The Tourist" has reportedly been obsessed with the moody series, which ran on ABC from 1966 – 1971, ever since he was a child. He'll portray lead character Barnabas Collins, a vampire who lives in a manor in Maine and is looking for his lost love.
Tim Burton, who directed the actor in numerous films, including "Edward Scissorhands," "Sweeney Todd" and "Alice in Wonderland," will team up with him again for the fang-tastic thriller, which has been in development for three years.
Depp, who is currently filming "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides," is set to begin filming "Dark Shadows" in April.
If you're squeamish, you may not last long during a screening of Danny Boyle's "127 Hours."
Movieline reports that the just-released film, in which James Franco re-enacts trapped mountain climber Aron Ralston's arm-amputation scene, has caused fainting spells, panic attacks and even seizures among early audiences.
At the Telluride Film Festival in September, paramedics reportedly treated an older gentleman for light-headedness, as well as a young woman who had a panic attack. That same month, three people passed out and one individual had a seizure at the Toronto Film Festival.
Edison Peña wasn’t joking when he said he loves Elvis Presley.
The rescued Chilean miner sang and showed off some of his Elvis dance moves Thursday night on the “Late Show with David Letterman.”
In town to reportedly participate in the New York City Marathon, Peña talked to Letterman about his ordeal being trapped for 69 days with 33 other miners.
“Big Bang Theory” is officially destination desirable for geek hotties.
On Thursday night’s episode, Eliza Dushku flowed through as an FBI agent investigating Howard for security clearance. Dushku – who has earned major geek cred thanks to roles on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Dollhouse” – was less comedic than she was the set-up for our guys to be hilarious.
Leonard’s attempted pick-up of her (“I’m going to pick you up at eight and show you a night you will never forget”) was so typical of him that it was as familiar as an old pair of jeans. When it comes to Leonard and the ladies, hope springs eternal.
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