After weeks of searching, it appears an actor has finally been found to play Larry and Curly's cranky counterpart in the upcoming "Three Stooges" movie.
According to Deadline, Chris Diamantopoulos is the front-runner for the role in the Farrelly Brothers comedy.
Diamantopoulos, who is married to "Ugly Betty" star Becki Newton, replaces Benicio Del Toro (who was originally set to play Moe) and beat out rumored contenders such as Hank Azaria.
While so many Americans are embracing all things British thanks to the royal wedding, our friends across the pond are returning the favor.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, this year's British Academy Television awards includes nominations for "Boardwalk Empire," "Glee," and "Mad Men."
The three series are up for the International Award, along with the Danish drama "The Killing." AMC recently launched a U.S. version of the latter show.
The awards show will be held held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on May 22.
Catherine Zeta-Jones has been helping husband Michael Douglas shoulder a lot within the past year, not the least of which being his battle to beat stage 4 throat cancer, the Oscar-winning actor told Oprah Winfrey on her show Tuesday.
But a few months after Douglas revealed that he'd won his fight with cancer, Zeta-Jones came forward and confirmed that she'd sought treatment for bipolar II disorder. Her rep told CNN in a statement, “After dealing with the stress of the past year, Catherine made the decision to check into a mental health facility for a brief stay to treat her bipolar II disorder."
Indeed, dealing with a health problem of that magnitude is "very hard [on] the spouse," Douglas told Winfrey. And on top of that, he went on, "My son’s in federal prison, my ex-wife is suing me...it’s kind of hard for the wife to say that she’s depressed."
Don't believe those rumors that Ryan Phillippe is ready to leave behind his acting career. According to his rep, Phillippe has plenty of emoting ahead of him.
"He’s been talking about expanding his talents to producing and directing, but he has no plans to stop acting nor did he ever say that he was considering doing so," the spokesperson tells "Access Hollywood."
Phillippe sparked reports of his retirement in an interview with the New York Post's Page Six. Speaking about celebrity, he said, "It's so hard to go out in LA. I'm going to move. I'm going to spend a third of my year in New York."
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