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After becoming famous for being Charlie Sheen, the former sitcom star is dusting off his birth name for Robert Rodriguez's upcoming movie, "Machete Kills."
Jon Bon Jovi and his bandmates have opted to waive the fee for their upcoming concert in Madrid, Spain in order to lower the cost of admission for fans weathering the country's deep economic crisis.
According to a rep for the band, tickets for Bon Jovi's June show in Madrid now range from 18 euros (roughly $23) to 39 euros, lower than tickets to their U.K. gigs.
When Sir Patrick Stewart found himself "a little hungover" Wednesday morning, he turned to a proven soak-up-the-alcohol meal: a slice of pizza.
But the moment was something of a milestone for the 72-year-old actor, who was indulging in his first ever slice of pizza.
The man representing Amanda Bynes for her DUI case in Los Angeles thinks the star is A-OK.
"I think (reports) are way exaggerated," the attorney, Richard Hutton, told People magazine following a hearing in Bynes' case in Beverly Hills Wednesday. "I think Amanda's fine."
Grumpy Cat's ready for her closeup.
According to reports, the feline famous for her sourpuss could soon have a movie built around her. Entertainment Weekly describes it as a "Garfield"-esque tale in which Grumpy Cat - real name, Tardar Sauce - would have the ability to speak.
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