“Jersey Shore” star Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino has parlayed his distinctive Seaside style into an endorsement deal, reports MTV.
Abercrombie & Fitch may not want Sitch in their duds, but FLOW Formal Wear is reportedly paying the reality star six figures to model their wares.
"They approached me because I'm a trendsetter,” Mike modestly explained to In Touch of the line, simply called The Situation. “DTF has a new meaning: Down to Formal! I'm really excited to show a classier, more sophisticated side of myself.”
Snoop Dogg is keeping the "actor" part of his multi-hyphenate career alive with another TV project. According to Deadline, Snoop has sold a family comedy pitch to NBC.
The half-hour sitcom is about a father (Snoop, naturally) parenting his wayward brood. The rapper would also produce the multi-cam comedy.
In 2002, Snoop starred in MTV sketch comedy show “Doggy Fizzle Televizzle,” and he put his own family on camera with reality series “Snoop Dogg’s Father Hood,” which aired on E! from 2007-2009.
What do you think about the Doggfather as a sitcom star?
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There were rumors of a split, but Will Smith and wife Jada Pinkett Smith are still doing business together. According to the Hollywood Reporter, ABC has bought a multi-camera comedy from the Hollywood power couple.
The series, currently referred to as "Untitled Romeo Project," will star Latin singer Anthony "Romeo" Santos.
Santos will play a conflicted Dominican-American man from the New York City neighborhood Washington Heights. The show will follow Romeo’s struggle to please his traditional immigrant father while entertaining his own modern American dreams.
We can’t imagine a world without Jon Hamm strutting around on “Mad Men,” wooing viewers as mysterious ad man Don Draper. But according to Hamm, his plum part almost went to another actor.
Entertainment Weekly reports on the actor’s casting struggle, which he revealed on this week's "WTF" podcast.
“I started, literally, on the very, very bottom — I couldn’t have had less heat on me,” Hamm, 40, says of auditioning for the role of Don Draper as an unknown actor. "Nobody knew who I was… I wasn't on anybody's lists — and they had lists."
New NBC comedy “Free Agents” is the second new fall series to get canceled, reports Entertainment Weekly. (NBC's "The Playboy Club" went first.)
The show’s star Hank Azaria confirmed the sad news today via Twitter:
“Thanks to NBC for giving us a shot, thanks to all who watched Free Agents, and thanks to all who worked on the show- we had so much fun!!”
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