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Superstar bad boy Charlie Sheen has reportedly been giving his Anger Management co-stars something to truly get angry about. Amid accusations of wild behaviour and a failure to appear for recordings, rumours circulating Hollywood suggest that Sheen could be about to sensationally depart the big budget sitcom. The Hollywood Reporter has gone on record to claim that the 48 year old star has missed many days on the set of the FX show. His co-stars are reportedly fuming. Reports suggest that recording dates for the sitcom have had to be extended because of Sheen’s absences. Claims also suggest that stand-ins have had to be used during rehearsals as Sheen extends [ Read More ]
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Previously, On Reven8e.
Patrick has a heady reunion with his father, and Emily‘s Soap Opera Blackouts continue.
Here are five highlights:
Everyone Has An Angle
And this was my favorite.
That’LL Need A Few Stitches
Okay, I’ve been putting this off, but I can deny it no longer. Patrick is f*cking nuts. I was willing to overlook a few things (i.e. bludgeoning Nolan, cutting brake lines, wearing clothes), but it’s pretty clear Patrick’s got a screw loose. And that’s not the context I want when I write “Patrick” and “screw.”
While Victoria and Conrad are enjoying a breakfast of eggs benedict and seething hatred, a maid rushes in to tell her there’s been a fire at the art gallery. After beating the maid about the head and arms for a few minutes, Victoria rushes off to find Patrick at the now gutted gallery, »
Stacy Keibler, former ladyfriend of George Clooney, has married her recent beau Jared Pobre. The wedding took place in Mexico and was a surprise to her family who was vacationing along with them. The couple, who has been dating since the fall, says they’ve been planning this for months. So the plans, if you do the math, should have started taking place on the first date. How romantic.
Weekdays at 8:30a Et/ 5:30a Pt
George Clooney seems to be losing all over the place. Another ex-ladyfriend of his, Monika Jakisic, was seen kissing Prince Andrew last Thursday on a three-hour date at the Royal Thames Yacht Club in London. What’s happening George? Are you alright? Don’t worry, we still think you’re handsome.
Hold the phone. Taylor Swift and Lorde are hanging out. We just spit out our coffee onto our computers. Excuse us while we clean this up. »
- Leslie Nesbit
In great news, Fox has renewed New Girl, The Mindy Project, The Following (okay, that one might not be great) and critical darling Brooklyn Nine Nine.
While that detailed of a demographic breakdown isn’t available, The Oc Weekly argues that Looking is the “perfect show for (straight) women“, praising the show for avoiding tropes like ticking biological clocks and generally tossing out relationship gender roles.
Speaking of Looking, last night’s finale prompts Buzzfeed to ponder the enduring affection gay men have for The Golden Girls. It turns out there’s a good number of diehard fans working on the HBO dramedy.
Former 666 Park Avenue hunk Robert Buckley has joined the CW’s iZombie pilot. He’ll play an environmental engineer, »
- Lyle Masaki
Sadie Gennis claims that "no one's safe" in the new "Veronica Mars" movie debuting this Friday. It is just one of her eight warnings/clues about what to expect in the reboot of the TV series. She says that with car crashes, gunshots, and electrocution, "everyone's at risk and no one's above suspicion." With Kristen Bell as the title character, she has moved on from her days as a teen detective to become a New York lawyer. Other hints about what to expect: Veronica is still her own worst enemy, the plot is all the fault of actor Adam Scott from season one, and be sure to stay for the credits for "the cherry on top of the marshmallow." TV Guide. Is Charlie Sheen up to his old ways? Recent absences from shooting the FX comedy series "Anger Management" are said to "have angered his co-stars." One source says the »
According to sources, Sheens' no-show has forced the studio Lionsgate to push production beyond what was planned and use stand-ins for the actor in certain scenes.
Not only that, Sheens absence has angered many of his fellow cast members. A source said that the cast is threatening to stop working if the absences persist, reports hollywoodreporter.com
Lionsgate's spokesperson refused to comment on the situation.
- Anita Agarwal
Stop us if you've heard this before: Charlie Sheen is causing problems on set of his TV show.
The "Anger Management" star is stirring up some major drama for his FX show as he hasn't been showing up for work, THR reports. Sheen missed several days of work in recent weeks, causing the show's studio Lionsgate to delay production. The show has been using stand-ins for the actor in his absence, but that can only go so far.
Since Sheen knows that "Anger Management" can't go on without him, he's not worried, but his co-stars are getting fed up. According to one source, the rest of the cast is threatening to stop working if Sheen keeps this up.
However, according to Sheen's publicist Jeff Ballard, the show has not used stand-ins or shot around the actor. "We did not shoot last week because another member of the cast was sick, »
It's been a little while since we've heard anything too outrageous about famous monster Charlie Sheen. But, while Sheen's hardcore tiger blood days may be behind him, the Hollywood Reporter claims that he has skipped several days of work on the set of FX's Anger Management, which is now two thirds of the way through its 100-episode order. THR's sources say the absences have resulted in delayed production, with some scenes being shot with stand-ins. Sheen's agent denies this, but other members of the Anger Management cast are said to be so irritated that they've threatened to stop working themselves if Sheen's bad behavior continues. That strategy might be smarter than waiting around to get Selma Blaired. »
- Caroline Bankoff
Sometimes, getting a tattoo is a really bad idea—as these 22 celebrities rounded up by Radar prove. A sampling: Johnny Depp: In 1990, he got "Winona Forever" tattooed on his arm, but forever turned out to be closer to four years. When he and Winona Ryder split up, he had it altered to read, "Wino Forever." He's since said that sentiment is "a bit more accurate" anyway. Charlie Sheen: Nothing like meeting your soon-to-be-third wife to get you to remove your second wife's tattoo from your wrist: The "Denise" had to go (as did Denise Richards' "Charlie" tattoo) when »
- Evann Gastaldo
London, March 9: Charlie Sheen has refused to sign a pre-nuptial agreement and is ready to risk losing half of his 75 million pounds fortune to his porn star fiance Brett Rossi, it has been revealed.
The 'Two and a Half Men' star believes that pre-nups poison marriages, the Daily Star reported.
A pal of the 48-year-old actor said that Sheen is besotted and wants the marriage to happen as soon as possible but just about everyone around him, including his family, think he's nuts not to sign a pre-nup.
Although the actor has had a history of failed marriages, he's believed to be happier with his current fiance than seen in years. (Ani) »
- Rahul Kapoor
Production on FX's "Anger Management" series has been pushed due to the absence of star Charlie Sheen who has missed several days of work in recent weeks. Lionsgate has been using stand-ins for the actor in certain scenes.
The situation has gotten so tense with Sheen's fellow cast members that they are threatening to stop working if the absences persist. The delays are not expected to push the overall end date of production of the series.
Lionsgate and FX are committed to producing 100 episodes of the series with around two-thirds of that number complete. Shooting on the show is expected to finish this fall.
Sheen has been reportedly performing as usual when he is on set, but several have noticed his erratic behavior (even by his standards) of late. Recent health issues have also said to have been a factor.
A lot of money is at stake here. If a 100 episode order is complete, »
- Garth Franklin
The former 'Two and a Half Men' star seems to have angered his co-stars on the FX sitcom as he has missed several days of work in recent week, the Hollywood Reporter reported.
One source said that the Anger cast is threatening to stop working if the absences persist.
According to the sources, Lionsgate had to push production beyond what was planned.
Another source said that Sheen had performed as usual when he was on set but several people associated with the show were talking about his erratic behavior off late.
The 48-year-old's recent health issues, including. »
- Ketali Mehta
It looks like Charlie Sheen is causing major drama for Anger Management. The thesp has reportedly missed several days of work, causing Lionsgate (the show's studio) to push production back and use stand-ins for Sheen in his absence for certain scenes, according to the Hollywood Reporter. News of Sheen's supposed absence during production comes after Selma Blair was dropped from the show by text by Sheen last year. Although he didn't have the authority to make firing decisions, a source told E! News Sheen knew that the show, which received a 90-episode order from FX after its first season, couldn't go on without him. And he was right. The actress, left the FX sitcom »
Charlie Sheen is at it again. The star of FX's Anger Management has missed several days of work in recent weeks, according to sources. The absences have forced the show’s studio, Lionsgate, to push production beyond what was planned and to use stand-ins for the actor in certain scenes. The moves are said to have angered many of Sheen's fellow castmembers. One source says the Anger cast is threatening to stop working if the absences persist. A Lionsgate spokesperson declined to comment on the situation. Sheen's publicist, Jeff Ballard, denies that the show has used stand-ins or shot
- Matthew Belloni, Borys Kit
George Lopez returned to TV Thursday night, and 1.2 million viewers tuned in to join him. The comedian's new sitcom vehicle, Saint George, launched on FX at 9 p.m. Those numbers are nothing compared to the premiere of 2012's similar FX comedy effort, Charlie Sheen's Anger Management, but Saint George also had nowhere near the buzz. What the new sitcom does share with Anger Management is heavy ratings scrutiny during this first batch of episodes. TV Review: Saint George Like Anger Management, Saint George is targeting a 90-episode renewal if the first 10 perform within a certain threshold
- Michael O'Connell
Returning for another sitcom that features his first name in the title, George Lopez and everyone else, including the producers of “Home Improvement,” sleepwalks through “Saint George,” a numbingly awful multicamera sitcom that plays like something conjured in a lab once the presumably magical ingredient “George Lopez” was acquired. There’s obviously a business model in the 10-90 approach to comedy development – otherwise FX and distributor Debmar-Mercury/Lionsgate TV wouldn’t keep doing it. But they have once again put the deal ahead of the show, conjuring 21 minutes of rim shots that felt about three times that long, viewing-wise.
Like Charlie Sheen before him, Lopez must need the gig, but there’s virtually no other reason why he’d bank the equity built up with loyal fans on such a slapdash product. Why “Improvement’s” Matt Williams and David McFadzean would get involved is equally confounding, but the show is rather surprisingly naughty – an indication, »
- Brian Lowry
The Devil is real. That is the only plausible explanation for the news that Mila Kunis will be making a guest appearance on the CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men. Some might argue that the reason she is appearing on the show is because she is engaged to one of its stars, half-man Ashton Kutcher, but that really only bolsters the theory of Satanic intervention.
It might be news to some that Two and a Half Men is even still on the air. After all, didn’t Charlie Sheen die like three years ago? It turns out he did not. He was merely fired from the show and replaced by Kutcher, and in the vacuum left by all the “Winning!” jokes after Twitter moved onto the next object of its schadenfreude, it sure felt like someone had died. Perhaps what really died… was our innocence?
Kutcher and Kunis first »
- Jeremy Clymer
We're getting closer, kids! Pretty soon Tom Six's The Human Centipede 3: Final Sequence will be slithering our way, but for now Entertainment Weekly scored the first official image from the film featuring the two big bads taking a stroll!
Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight, The Expendables), Tommy “Tiny” Lister (Friday, The Fifth Element), and former porn actress (and one of Charlie Sheen's "goddesses") Bree Olson will join returning villains Dieter Laser and Laurence R. Harvey, Robert Lasardo, and the series’ writer-director Tom Six in the production.
“Dieter Laser and Laurence R. Harvey play very different characters that will put Dr. Heiter and Martin in the shade,” Six tells the EW. “They are both brilliant actors with their own style. Laurence played a mute in Part 2; now he is a smart guy with a whole lot of dialog. Dieter played a cold, restrained doctor in Part 1; now he is a loud, »
- Uncle Creepy
Celebrity Homes - Charlie Sheen's ex wife is back in her California mansion provided to her by Charlie. Mueller has moved back in the exclusive gated community and taking care of her twin boys with Charlie, Bob and Max, four, rather than her brother, Scott, who was appointed their guardian before Christmas. A source told RadarOnline.com: ''Brooke has been living at the mansion in Mulholland Estates since before Christmas. ''The boys had been living at the house with their temporary guardian, Scott Mueller, but he hasn't been spotted at the house lately. ''He's been back at his house in Orange County [California] to be with his family. Brooke does have a nanny and a sober living companion also with her in the house. There just wasn't enough room at the condominium she had been living at for her staff.'' Brooke, 36, originally lost custody of the twins when she »
With all the hoopla about the big Sunday night movie award show, many of you might not have gotten the list of the big winners from Saturday night’s big movie awards show. I’m talking about the 34th Annual Razzie Awards. They were started in 1980 by John Wilson to celebrate the movie year’s worst achievements. The hour-long ceremony was held this past Saturday evening down the street from the site of Sunday’s big show. Without further ado, here’s the nominees and winners for the 2013 film year:
Worst Remake, Rip-off, Or Sequel:
- Jim Batts
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