I'm starting to think that a few of the Bravermans need to get their ears checked. Was it just me, or did some of the family members seemingly forget how to listen during last night's episode?
Let’s start with Zeek wanting to take Max on a fishing trip. I think any kid with Zeek on a camping trip would be a problem, but Zeek with Max? Definitely problematic.
Crosby tries to warn him, but Zeek is convinced Max will have no problem on the traditional Braverman manly hunter-gatherer camping trip. Grandpa Zeek is well-intentioned but not well-versed on Max’s Asperger’s, despite the handbook Kristina prepares for him. But men like Zeek don't read instruction manuals. He realizes he really doesn't understand what Adam and Kristina have been going through when Max has a meltdown.
"Glee's" Coach Sue Sylvester isn't afraid to keep it real, and now the actress who portrays her, Jane Lynch, is doing the same.
According to the New York Times, the Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning actress is penning a memoir, "Happy Accidents."
The book, due out in September, will cover Lynch's career, including her work with the Second City improv troupe and films like “Best in Show” and “The 40-Year-Old Virgin." Lynch will also share her struggles with alcoholism and her homosexuality, and reveal her personal connection to Coach Sue.
Sir Elton John is not biting his tongue on what he really thinks about Billy Joel.
In a new interview with Rolling Stone, the 63-year-old proud papa dishes out what he calls “tough love.”
"At the end of the day, he's coasting," John says in the interview. "I always say, 'Billy, can't you write another song?' It's either fear or laziness. It upsets me. Billy's a conundrum.”
On Tuesday night's part two of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Reunion," Lisa and her husband revealed the treachery of their former house guest, who left their mansion on bad terms.
It seems that after more than a year of being supported by the VanderPumps, Cedric got nasty as he was heading out the door. Andy threw to a video of him basically calling Lisa a liar and warning her that she needed to be aware of who her true friends were.
While most celebrities struggle to stay lean, Hugh Jackman is busy packing on the pounds. The actor has been ordered by director Darren Aronofsky to bulk up for the new Wolverine movie.
"Right now, I’m at 210," he tells the L.A. Times of his current weight, which is the result of an intense diet and workout regime. "It’s 6,000 calories a day," he says. "It’s rough."
Jackman, 42, was closer to 190 pounds when he made 2009's "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," but Aronofsky insisted he add muscle for the latest film.
Ace reporter Fletch will be snooping his way around the big screen again. Warner Bros. has announced that it is planning to reboot the popular '80s film franchise, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Chevy Chase starred in the original two "Fletch" movies, which were based on Gregory McDonald's mystery novels about investigative journalist I.M. Fletcher.
Filmmaker Kevin Smith tried for over a decade to revamp the franchise with an adaptation of "Fletch Won" — with everyone from Ben Affleck to Jason Lee to Joshua Jackson being eyed for the lead —but the project eventually fizzled out.
No word yet on who is being considered to headline the Warner Bros. film or when it will be released.
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