"Dumb & Dumber's" Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne are officially back in action - and they're just as bumbling as ever.
Stars Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels shared pictures from the set of the upcoming sequel, "Dumb & Dumber To," on Twitter, and even a children's book was too challenging for this pair.
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Lately, Kanye West has been frustrated.
As he told BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe in a wide-ranging, hour-long interview this week, "I've reached a point in my life where my 'Truman Show' boat has hit the painting ... I've reached the glass ceiling as a creative person, as a celebrity."
Now that she's on "Dancing With the Stars," Leah Remini thinks some are paying attention just to see her crash and burn.
The 43-year-old actress recently left the Church of Scientology, and has been outspoken about how the departure caused rifts in her personal relationships.
There are those, she believes, who are now waiting to see her fail.
On Monday, the fall TV season began in earnest.
CBS premiered two new shows - a comedy, "Mom," and a drama from Jerry Bruckheimer, "Hostages" - while NBC presented its James Spader-led pilot, "The Blacklist."
"Mom," a new Chuck Lorre sitcom starring Anna Faris as a recovering alcoholic and single mother living in Napa Valley, is so far looking pretty promising. (It's Anna Faris and Allison Janney, which is enough of a win for us.)
But the showdown between "Hostages" and "The Blacklist" is trickier.
Keyshawn Johnson won't be asking Tom Bergeron to just give him the darn Mirrorball Trophy this year.
The former NFL receiver was the first celebrity contestant eliminated from the 17th season of "Dancing with the Stars" on Monday, capping a two-hour marathon that saw all 12 couples perform a Latin dance before learning their fate.
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