The Old Spice guy hasn’t thrown in the towel yet — he's just returned for a series of new ads!
In a video teaser for his upcoming campaign, former football player Isaiah Mustafa announces that he's ready to bring on another round of "educational" and "entertaining" commercials.
"Hello ladies — as well as men, mammals and beasts, and the mighty sequoias of the Redwood Forest. As you can see, I've returned. It's not because I forgot my jacket," says Mustafa, who appears shirtless and just out of the shower. "The real reason I'm back is because I've made a campaign of new advertisements to inform the people on this crazy blue marble that we call earth how they, or their man, can use Old Spice to smell as fresh as the freshest-smelling places on earth."
Sure, Kristen Stewart can hold her own against vampires and werewolves, but poison apples? We may soon find out, as rumors swirl that the "Twilight" actress is in talks to star in the upcoming thriller "Snow White and the Huntsman."
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Universal has screen tested up-and-comers such as Riley Keough ("The Runaways") and Emily Browning ("Sucker Punch") for the lead in the live-action fairy tale, but is keen on having Stewart, 20, play the damsel in distress.
Though the studio is trying to woo Stewart, she's been shooting the last "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn" film and has not yet committed to the project.
Meanwhile, Viggo Mortensen is reportedly in negotiations to play "Snow White's" titular huntsman, who is the focus of the movie and protects Snow White from the evil queen. Charlize Theron is currently the favorite to play that role.
Coincidentally, Julia Roberts is also set to play the evil queen in a rival film, "The Brothers Grimm: Snow White."
With an almost 30-year career in show business, you'd think Jon Cryer has heard it all. But when it comes to those news stories about his troubled "Two and a Half Men" co-star Charlie Sheen, even Cryer sometimes can't believe his ears.
"The stuff you hear is just unbelievable," he told talk-show host Conan O'Brien Wednesday. "I'm checking TMZ - as I do every day to see if I have to go to work at all - and there is a story: they found Charlie's car... at the bottom of a cliff. So you're thinking, 'Wow, sure hope Charlie's OK.'"
Cryer, 45, added that it can make for some awkward encounters on set.
The rest of the "Jersey Shore" gang may be pumping their fists at the thought of filming their next season in Italy, but Paul "DJ Pauly D" Delvecchio admits he's concerned about culture shock — especially when it comes to GTL.
"I'm nervous, I'm not gonna lie," Delvecchio, who has never visited the country, tells MTV. "I don't know what gyms are like over there, I don't know what tanning's like, I don't know the food, and the language — I don't even speak Italian. Maybe I should get a Rosetta Stone or something."
Delvecchio adds that he hopes the language barrier doesn't put a hitch in his game.
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