We've got more shocking Charlie Sheen news today! Police showed up at Charlie Sheen’s home late Thursday night to search for weapons.
And listen to this: It’s “National Unfollow Charlie Sheen Day” on Twitter. Have Charlie’s fans had enough?
I think I have. Charlie’s a complete disaster, and it is really sad. And it’s not just a day of digital Sheen dissing – some of the biggest names in Hollywood are outraged and speaking out.
Orlando Bloom is bracing himself for a very exciting year. Besides being a first-time dad, he's about to appear on 450 movie screens in a live Shakespeare broadcast and is also contemplating getting a new tattoo.
Bloom and supermodel wife Miranda Kerr welcomed son Flynn in January and the actor says he couldn't be happier. "I'm 34 and it’s great timing actually," he tells the Hollywood Reporter. "It's the best thing. I can highly recommend it."
Playing dad may be a breeze, but he admits he's terrified about his next role: starring as Romeo opposite Anika Noni Rose's Juliet in a Los Angeles Philharmonic Shakespeare production that will be broadcast live into movie theaters March 13.
"Jersey Shore" star Mike Sorrentino got himself into a real Situation while filming Comedy Central's Roast of Donald Trump on Wednesday. The reality star told jokes that were so offensive that the crowd nearly booed him off stage, reports Us Weekly.
Sorrentino began by taking shots at his fellow presenters, calling Larry King old, Lisa Lampanelli fat and Marlee Matlin ugly. But that was nothing compared to what he had in store for Snoop Dogg.
In a racially insensitive bit, Sorrentino quipped that the rapper had much in common with Trump, since Trump owned a lot of property and Snoop's ancestors had once been property.
Get ready to see the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade as you've never seen it before - as a full-length feature film.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, a movie is in the works about the annual event, in which giant balloon versions of all-time favorite cartoon characters like Snoopy, the Pink Panther and SpongeBob make their way through New York's Herald Square.
"We're aiming to make a four-quadrant, family-friendly film somewhere in that 'Night at the Museum,' 'Elf' sweet spot,” says producer Scott Glassgold, who is toying with the idea of having the floats come to life.
The day after Charlie Sheen issued a “half-apology” to his former “Two and a Half Men” co-star Jon Cryer for calling him “a turncoat, a traitor and a troll,” Cryer went on “Conan” Thursday night to issue his (humorous) response.
Sheen’s words were painful to him for many reasons, Cryer began, not the least of which because – pause for dramatic effect – “the fact is, I am a troll,” the actor admitted.
“It’s not something I like to talk about; my parents don’t even know,” he went on, “although I guess they do now.”
On-off couple Sienna Miller and Jude Law are officially off again, and now the actress is setting the record straight about their most recent split.
"The amount of speculation surrounding my romantic life is astounding," Miller tells the Guardian newspaper. "It's strange how involved people get: invested and angry, really disappointed."
The blonde beauty met Law on the set of their film "Alfie" in 2004, got engaged shortly afterward, and split in July 2005 after he admitted to having an affair with his children's nanny. The pair reconciled last year and rumors swirled that Law had given Miller a diamond ring.
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