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Get Charlie Sheen a towel ... a Big one ... or maybe just a life preserver -- 'cause the guy was absolutely drowning in his own sweat at 1:30 Am in Hollywood. This video is insane, and literally soaking wet. We saw Charlie slipping out of Sycamore Studios early Thursday morning ... where a bunch of Justin Bieber fans also happened to be hanging out waiting for Justin to exit. It's unclear what the hell Charlie was doing »
- TMZ Staff
Denise Richards is sharpening her claws and heading prowling to The CW later this summer.
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Mother follows young restauranteur Nate (90210‘s Josh Zuckerman) who returns home from a business trip to discover that his mother Lydia (The L.A. Complex‘s Krista Allen) is dating his best friend/roommate Jimmy (The Vampire Diaries‘ Nathaniel Buzolic).
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Richards will play “notorious cougar” Pepper Spinner, »
While Charlie Sheen was going through a very public meltdown in 2011, his father, Martin Sheen, felt like he couldn't do anything to help his son. In an interview with Radio Times, the West Wing star revealed that he and his family felt "powerless" when it came to handling Charlie, who was fired from his hit sitcom, Two and a Half Men, there wasn't much they could do except pray. "What he was going through at that time, we were powerless to do much. Except to pray for him and lift him up," he said. "You try to be as present as possible, but you have to be aware of the circumstances. You have to be aware of many things that the public is not aware of." The Grace and Frankie »
Finally, an explanation for Charlie Sheen's 2011 meltdown: It was not, in fact, fueled by tiger blood and Adonis DNA , but by steroids, according to dad Martin. "Only those of us that knew him understood what was going on. I'm talking about steroids, at that time," Sheen says of his son in a new interview with Radio Times . "He was in a very desperate situation. And he was doing what he felt would get him out of it—going public. And it was very painful. No less painful for him." Those close to Charlie "were powerless to do much," he »
- Evann Gastaldo
Tough love isn't just tough for the person getting it. Martin Sheen says he was at a loss for how to help his son Charlie Sheen during the latter's very public meltdown back in 2011, which led to him getting fired from his hit CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men. "What he was going through at that time, we were powerless to do much," the Grace and Frankie actor, 74, told Radio Times in a new interview, recalling his son's erratic behavior and bizarre Twitter rants. [...] »
John Mayer just got his clock cleaned in a lawsuit in which he claimed he was defrauded by a watch dealer ... because John has not only dismissed his suit ... he now says his claims were false. TMZ has obtained a joint statement between Mayer and Robert Maron, who sold the singer more than $600,000 worth of Rolex watches back in 2007. Mayer -- a big-time watch collector -- claimed the watches had counterfeit parts and Maron knew it. »
- TMZ Staff
Rarely has the word “final” been so welcome in a title as it is in “The Human Centipede III (Final Sequence).” Tom Six’s latest, largest-scaled and most lamentable entry yet in the gross-out horror series manages to be completely obnoxious even before the gross stuff kicks in. Of course, that will only heighten its curiosity value among the usual seekers of lowest-level genre excess. Pic opens May 22 in New York and Los Angeles, though as with its predecessors, primary fan access will be through simultaneous release to VOD.
The prior chapters’ leads return in new roles here as warden and accountant of the George H.W. Bush State Prison, a (presumably Texan) hellhole experiencing constant staff turnover and inmate violence. Only exacerbating those woes is cartoonishly maniacal Bill Boss (the original “Centipede’s” mad doctor, Dieter Laser), a chrome-domed German of a type that would seem over-the-top even in 1970s Italian Nazisploitation cinema. »
- Dennis Harvey
Lester Holt notched an exclusive interview with the bystander who captured video of a South Carolina police officer shooting Walter Scott and even anchored NBC’s “Nightly News” from a seat in a helicopter. What does the guy have to do to get a little promotional support from the network he’s helped in the tightest of pinches?
NBC News was so enamored of Brian Williams up until a few months ago that it devised a royal promotional campaign for him last fall using actor Michael Douglas in voice-overs (that effort has been removed from the air in light of Williams’ acknowledgement he falsified an account of a 2003 trip to Iraq, an admission that got him a six-month suspension). If Holt is getting similar treatment, NBC News won’t say. Reps for NBC News declined to respond to queries about promotions for the Holt-led “Nightly News.”
In these days of »
- Brian Steinberg
Grey's Anatomy. The Vampire Diaries. Revenge. What do all these shows have in common? They had one of their main stars leave the show this season. And all handled the exit in wildly different ways, with Tvd being the latest. Nina Dobrev's final episode on the CW series aired on Thursday night after she announced she was leaving in April after playing Elena Gilbert for six seasons. Of course, a TV star making a public exit from their show is nothing new. (Hi, Charlie Sheen!) And it can happen for a variety of seasons. The actor could want off the show, or has to go because of unforeseen circumstances. And in those cases, the showrunners must simply decide the hardest thing of »
The 49-year-old star was axed from the show because of his erratic antics and public ranting about showrunner Chuck Lorre in 2011 and he now knows he behaved wrongly and should have been “more humble”.
Asked if he regrets how his time on the show ended, he said: “Yeah, I should have been a little more humble, more regretful, shouldn’t have attacked them like I did and I probably should have begged for my job back
“Beg is a colour I don’t wear well. I probably should have requested my job back.
“I think that what went down was fixable, and I made it irreparable.”
Charlie then went on to star in ‘Anger Management’ and enjoyed work on the 100-episode FX show.
He told ‘Extra': “It was an environment of compassion, of creativity of love… »
- The Hollywood News
Altair, presumably contemplating suicide knowing what lies ahead.
With Failure to Connect, we asked our writers what games they were unable to connect with, regardless of their fiscal and critical success. For the month of May we will attempt to explore this issue in detail on a case by case basis.
The Assassin’s Creed franchise is the video game equivalent of one of those ‘Now That’s What I Call Music…’ compilation albums that roll out a few times a year. It doesn’t matter whether anything particularly noteworthy has happened in the world of pop music in the last few months. It doesn’t matter if a seminal band have released a classic single, or if the biggest hit of the last quarter was ‘Cotten Eye Joe’ by Rednex. By hook or by crook, there’ll be a ‘Now’ CD out in time for Christmas. And while some »
- John Cal McCormick
Call him Dr. Charlie ... 'cause the warlock tells TMZ Sports he's diagnosed Tiger Woods -- and says he knows exactly why the golfer can't seem to pull it together on the links. Sheen was takin' in a movie at The Grove Wednesday night ... when he told us the issues with Tiger aren't mental, it's more physical ... insisting the tooth wasn't the only injury he suffered during that fateful night with Elin in 2009. **Warning: Charlie Sheen »
- TMZ Staff
We all know Charlie Sheen loves a party, and he's proved as much by starring in a bonkers new music video.
The clip sees Sheen make a huge entrance, before chilling on a pretzel-shaped lilo.
'The Hum' is released on 3 Beat on May 7.
The actor previously defended Brian Williams following his suspension from NBC.
Van Damme features in the recently revealed trailer for action thriller Pound of Flesh. »
This week marks the 10th anniversary of the release of "Crash" (on May 6, 2005), an all-star movie whose controversy came not from its provocative treatment of racial issues but from its Best Picture Oscar victory a few months later, against what many critics felt was a much more deserving movie, "Brokeback Mountain."
The "Crash" vs. "Brokeback" battle is one of those lingering disputes that makes the Academy Awards so fascinating, year after year. Moviegoers and critics who revisit older movies are constantly judging the Academy's judgment. Even decades of hindsight may not always be enough to tell whether the Oscar voters of a particular year got it right or wrong. Whether it's "Birdman" vs. "Boyhood," "The King's Speech" vs. "The Social Network," "Saving Private Ryan" vs. "Shakespeare in Love" or even "An American in Paris" vs. "A Streetcar Named Desire," we're still confirming the Academy's taste or dismissing it as hopelessly off-base years later. »
- Gary Susman
Charlie Sheen has a message for Mlb superstar (and recovering substance abuser) Josh Hamilton -- "F**k AA" ... have a drink and go hit some bombs." Sheen is Furious at the Los Angeles Angels for the way they treated the embattled slugger -- claiming they did him dirty by trading him to the Rangers after admitting drug use. Now, Sheen isn't just blasting the team -- but the whole concept of Alcoholics Anonymous altogether ... with »
- TMZ Staff
Edan Alexander is only 7 years old, but looks like the big wigs behind "Two and A Half Men" feel they've found the golden child, because they're throwing down big bucks to keep him around. According to his minors contract, Edan scored $20k for each of his 10 episodes on the show's final season, and producers were so impressed they included an option for a whole new series. If the new still untitled series gets picked up, »
- TMZ Staff
How do you make a name for yourself when the general public keep mistaking you for other people? That’s been a challenge for Michael Sheen his whole career. To this day, there are those that mistake him as part of the Estevez line, perhaps a distant cousin of Two And A Half Men namesake Charlie Sheen. There are even more who, thanks to his predilection for biopics, recognise him for a dozen different faces other than his own.
Many of Sheen’s biggest roles have seen him playing real-life figures – from Tony Blair to Carry On star Kenneth Williams – which means that, whilst people have seen him loads of films and TV dramas, they don’t actually recognise his face. He’s been busy hiding behind other, far more famous identities.
Which is a shame, because Sheen is an actor with far more to offer than simple mimicry »
- Tom Baker
Happy Batman Day, everyone! Around the world, May 1st may mark a spring holiday, but here, it marks the first appearance of the Dark Knight, in Detective Comics No. 27, in 1939.
For the past 76 years, the Caped Crusader has been fighting Gotham City evildoers in comic books, movies, TV shows, and pretty much anywhere else you can shine a Bat-signal. Throughout the years, Bruce Wayne's alter ego has gone through many incarnations, not just in actors (from Adam West to Michael Keaton to Christian Bale to Ben Affleck, among the many), but also in character, from haunted avenger to squeaky-clean do-gooder to campy clown to kinky prowler to world-weary fighter. He's due for yet another change this week, with the releases of DC's Batman No. 40 -- in which Bruce Wayne and the Joker finally kill each other (or do they?) and a special issue of DC's Divergence, where an undisclosed character »
- Gary Susman
If there is an “it” comedian right now, it is Amy Schumer. From roasting Charlie Sheen, to her hit comedy series Inside Amy Schumer (the third season is now underway), to hosting the MTV Movie Awards, this balls-to-the-wall comedian hasn’t pulled any punches. Now, she is ready to take on Hollywood in a not-too-loosely-based on real life comedy Trainwreck, which hits theaters on July 17th. This big studio comedy will determine whether or not Schumer can successfully make the leap from television to movie star. Her biggest asset in this feat is not her ability to make you feel uncomfortable and laugh at the same time. No, it is having Judd Apatow direct and produce her first feature film. While on the set of Trainwreck, Collider had the opportunity to sit down chat with Schumer. The scene we witnessed, her sister's baby shower, revealed just how out of place »
- Bob Trate
Read More: Watch: Big Booty Music Videos Get the 'Inside Amy Schumer' Treatment Like most working comedians today, you probably know Amy Schumer best in bits and pieces. You've seen clips of her stand-up or hosting awards shows. You've watched her rip Roseanne or Charlie Sheen apart during a Comedy Central roast. Maybe, you've seen one or two sketches from "Inside Amy Schumer," posted online because that's what's done these days. But as with so many shows, you probably have never had time to sit down with a full episode of her Peabody Award-winning, just-renewed-for-a-fourth-season Comedy Central series. It's time to fix that. Premiering tonight, the third season of "Inside Amy Schumer" features the eponymous star using her raunchy sense of humor to confront, primarily, issues of gender and sexuality, especially the concept of being a woman who's ill-behaved, who doesn't wear a size zero and who knows »
- Liz Shannon Miller
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