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Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards may not be compatible in marriage, but what about on the job?
Richards, who divorced Sheen in 2006 after a four-year marriage, is set to guest star on the actor's upcoming FX show, "Anger Management."
Richards, 41, will portray the business partner of Sheen's on-screen ex, Jennifer, as played by Shawnee Smith, TVLine reports.
Welcome back, "Modern Family"!
It's been a good few weeks since any new episodes, but Wednesday night's offering was worth the wait.
It was the big election day for Claire, and as we've seen so often this season, the entire family pitched in to help out.
Samuel L. Jackson is cool with being part of an ensemble cast for the upcoming "Avengers," but he’d still like his character to star in his very own film.
The actor told CNN Wednesday that after two "Iron Man" films starring Robert Downey Jr. and movies focused on "Captain America" and "Thor," he wouldn't mind having some of the spotlight on his character, Nick Fury.
“Everybody wants to do a stand-alone superhero film!” explained Jackson. “Why wouldn’t I want to do that?”
Alicia Silverstone stands behind that now-infamous video she posted online that depicts her feeding her infant son from her mouth.
The actress told People magazine that “People have been feeding their kids that way for thousands for years,” during a screening of her 1995 comedy “Clueless” and upcoming flick “Vamps” in Brooklyn, New York, on Saturday.
"It’s a weaning process,” the 35-year-old actress continued. Silverstone touched off a firestorm last month when she posted the clip of herself feeding her 11-month-old son, Bear Blu, mouth-to-mouth.
The Depend brand has a line of underwear that are apparently red-carpet ready.
Actress and former "Celebrity Apprentice" star Lisa Rinna shows audiences as much in her new commercial for the adult diaper.
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