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Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher's wedding went off without (or with, as the case may be) a hitch! The groom's longtime co-star, Jon Cryer, tweeted about the couples' secret special day and even joked that—despite what some may believe—he didn't cause a ruckus. "Less than a year ago @aplusk and I were married on national TV. Well, (sniff) maybe Mila will succeed where I (sniff, sniff)…failed," the comedian wrote. "And yes, I was there. But I did not make a scene. We were all very mature about it." Well, thank heavens! Yesterday, E! News reported that the former That '70s Show stars tied the knot at the Secret Garden at Parrish Ranch in »
Such a supportive on-screen ex-husband! Jon Cryer took to Twitter on Monday, July 6, to sound off on his former Two and a Half Men costar Ashton Kutcher's top-secret weekend nuptials to Mila Kunis. Cryer, 50, referenced his TV relationship with Kutcher on Twitter, nodding to the Two and a Half Men plot twist in which Dr. Alan Harper (Cryer) marries Walden Schmidt (Kutcher). "Less than a year ago @aplusk and I were married on national TV," the comedian wrote of Kutcher, 37. "Well, (sniff) maybe Mila will [...] »
Because nothing says Father’s Day like ripping your children’s mother, actor Charlie Sheen let loose Sunday with blast at his ex-wife Denise Richards. “A heretic washed up piglet” and “shame pile” is how he referred to the mother of his two daughters in a Tweet sent Sunday morning. Simultaneously, he called another ex-wife, Brooke Mueller, with whom he’s had two sons “a sexy rock star that I adore.” Also Read: 7 Juiciest Charlie Sheen Revelations From Jon Cryer's Memoir He also linked to a picture of James Franco and included a line pulled from the film “The Interview »
- Todd Cunningham
Netflix is giving That ’70s Show fans the Kelso-Hyde reunion of their dreams.
Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson are set to co-star in The Ranch, a multi-cam comedy about a semi-professional football star (Kutcher) who returns home to help his brother (Masterson) run their family’s Colorado ranch, our sister site Deadline reports.
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Unlike previous Netflix comedies, however, The Ranch‘s 20-episode season is »
Jon Cryer is one of the few actors in Emmy history to win both a supporting and lead actor statuette for the same role. The show that made that possible, “Two and a Half Men,” ended its 12-season run on CBS earlier this year.
After losing to Jeremy Piven three years in a row, he wasn’t nominated when you won the supporting actor Emmy in 2009. Was that a relief?
I did not take a sick satisfaction from that, no, I don’t know what you’re suggesting. You know what, I still had zero expectation that I would be next in line. It did not ring any particular bells that Jeremy was not there that particular year. Mostly you’re relieved to be invited to the party. I still didn’t think I had a shot until Kristin Chenoweth won, who was sitting right next to me. For some »
- Geoff Berkshire
It’s that time of year again! No, not spring, but fall TV prep time. CBS has released a comprehensive list of its new and returning shows. And for those of you still mourning the loss of Two and a Half Men (sorry, Jon Cryer), fear not! There’s still plenty of fresh programming to fill up your DVR. Male superheroes, step aside, because Supergirl Melissa Benoist is flying to your screens this fall to prove that “girlie” can be glorious. Plus, everyone’s favorite geeks will be returning to [...] »
This might be the strangest game we've ever seen! Nick Offerman, Ellie Kemper and Thomas Middleditch stopped by the "Late Late Show with James Corden" on Monday, where the group played one creepy game of "Nuzzle Waaa?" with the British comedian. The goal of the game was to identify a mystery object using only their faces to feel out the item while blindfolded. The hilarious activity started out pretty harmless, with Offerman and Corden nuzzling grapes and Kemper and Middleditch tasked with a giant gummy bear. Things got super creepy when James and Nick ended up pressing their faces against a snake (eeek!) and again when the rest of the group came together to ID a very giggly sumo wrestler! The "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" star almost lost her cool when she realized she was pressing her face against a real-life shirtless human. "I hate it!" she screamed during the game. »
- tooFab Staff
The Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons has taken home the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series in four of the last five years (Two and a Half Men‘s Jon Cryer broke the streak in 2012). But like a planet too reliant on fossil fuels, we kinda think the race could use some fresh sources of energy this year.
PhotosEmmys 2015: Lead Actress in a Comedy Series — Our 6 Dream Nominees!
Which brings us to Team TVLine’s latest Dream Nominees Gallery — which champions six incredible talents with a total of zero Emmy wins among ’em (and zero »
Ever wonder how Jeff Daniels ("The Newsroom"), Jon Cryer ("Two and a Half Men"), Merritt Wever ("Nurse Jackie") and James Spader ("Boston Legal") pulled off upset Emmy victories in the past? They did so based upon the strength of the sample episodes they submitted to Emmy judges. For the past 25 years, Tom O'Neil and Gold Derby have been the only media sources to gather info on what episodes were submitted. Now, we unveil a special section devoted to showcasing that historic info. -Break- Emmy experts: 'Mad Men,' 'Modern Family' will break records with wins When competing for Emmys, nominees must submit samples of their best work to juries of their peers who view the episodes at home. Voters must sign an affadavit attesting that they viewed all video and return it with their ballots when they choose winners. Actors now submit one sample episode. That's always been true for lead stars, »
“Two and a Half Men” creator Chuck Lorre has signed with UTA, the company announced Wednesday. “We are thrilled to be working with Chuck, whose creativity knows no bounds and whose voice we look forward to expanding across all media,” said UTA managing director Jay Sures, who will lead a team of agents in representing Lorre, said in a statement. In addition to the long-running CBS sitcom starring Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher, which just wrapped up after 12 seasons, Lorre also created the network’s “The Big Bang Theory,” which is in its eighth season and has been renewed for two. »
- Linda Ge
Lena Dunham needs to change her outfit. On a recent Saturday afternoon, the star and executive producer of “Girls” slips out of a hip pantsuit from her Variety cover shoot, and dons a comfortable jacket. The denim coat is as colorful as Dunham herself, the back festooned with ’90s pop-culture icons (a Furby) and other whimsical objects, like a pair of women’s underwear with an anarchist punk saying, “No Masters,” in pink lettering. “I think it’s my best fashion garment,” she says, confiding that she purchased it from one of her Instagram followers. “You may notice it’s covered in aggressive female symbols. My boyfriend tried to steal it, and I was like, ‘Back off!’ ”
Dunham, 28, isn’t just the face of “Girls,” she’s also an out-and-proud feminist — a trait passed down from her mother, photographer Laurie Simmons — and a practitioner of “Lean In,” the Sheryl Sandberg »
- Ramin Setoodeh
The duo re-enact Basic Instinct's infamous interrogation scene - but certainly share a different kind of sexual tension than Douglas had with Stone.
Corden's most sensitive of areas is mercifully obscured for television viewers at the moment of seduction, unlike Stone's in the original Basic Instinct.
Watch if you dare - don't say you weren't warned!
The Late Late Show with James Corden airs weeknights on CBS. »
Fresh new late night host James Corden has only been at the reigns of "The Late Late Show" for a few weeks, but his schtick has already become clear. After reenacting the entire filmography of Tom Hanks in under eight minutes and also doing some Pretty in Pink lip syncing with Jon Cryer reprising his iconic role as Duckie, this time Corden had Michael Douglas on as a guest, which prompted the late night host to dress up in drag and perform the iconic interrogation scene from Basic Instinct. For all those squinting for nudity when Sharon Stone uncrossed her legs in the film, you'll want the exact opposite this time. James Corden and Michael Douglas reenacting Basic Instinct on "The Late Late Show" last night: »
- Ethan Anderton
It's that famous "Basic Instinct" scene ... with a twist. Michael Douglas threw it back to his 1992 erotic thriller with a little help from James Corden on Thursday's "The Late Late Show." Clad in a blonde wig, a cream skirt and heels, the host did his best Sharon Stone impression accompanied by Reggie Watts, as the three attempted to re-enact the iconic interrogation scene. In the skit, Corden crosses and uncrosses his legs just like to Stone's Catherine Tramell character in the flick. And while the now-57-year-old actress exposed everything, James was pixelated, thankfully saving our eyes! However, the "Wall Street" actor didn't seem quite as intrigued with Corden. In fact, the star could barely hide his disgust, getting physically sick at the host's cringe-worthy performance! Watch the whole hilarious skit above! This isn't the first time the late night host has recreated a memorable movie moment. On Tuesday, Corden »
- tooFab Staff
While lip syncing is all the rage, with much thanks to Jimmy Fallon's antics on "The Tonight Show," not to mention the new Spike TV series "Lip Sync Battle" which just churns out viral clips of celebrities each week, this isn't anything new. In fact, one of the more iconic lip syncing scenes in entertainment history comes from all the way back in 1986 from the John Hughes teenage romance classic Pretty in Pink. In that film. Jon Cryer plays the hopeless romantic best friend of Andie (Molly Ringwald), and in one entertaining scene, he enters the record store she works in and lip sync's Otis Redding's "Try A Little Tenderness." And now Cryer has returned to reenact that scene nearly 30 years later on "The Late Late Show." Watch below! Here's Jon Cryer reenacting Pretty in Pink with James Corden on "The Late Late Show" this week: It's pretty »
- Ethan Anderton
While Jon Cryer is best known among television fans for his role on the long-running sitcom Two and a Half Men, he also has a number of notable film roles under his belt, having worked with people such as Robert Altman, Christopher Reeve, and Eddie Murphy over the course of his career. One of his more memorable performances comes in the 1986 feature Pretty in Pink. The film, which was written by John Hughes, sees Cryer play Duckie Dale, with the character getting numerous standout moments, one of which involves a solo dance session set to Otis Redding’s Try a Little Tenderness.
Now, with new The Late Late Show host James Corden as his dance partner, Cryer has recreated the dance, 28 years after the original film’s release. The result can be seen below, alongside the original scene.
- Deepayan Sengupta
Now this is a fab flashback! Jon Cryer stopped by "The Late Late Show" on Tuesday, where he and host James Corden threw together one of the best "Pretty in Pink" parodies we have ever seen. Check out the clip above to see the stars lip-sync Otis Redding's "Try a Little Tenderness" dressed in full Duckie costume. We love how James decorated the set to match that of the record store in the beloved high school comedy -- and their outfits we're pretty on-point, too! While the film hit theaters back in 1986, it looks like Jon still has all of his character's signature moves down. Check out the original scene in the video below! Cryer opened up about playing the hilarious nerd while chatting with People magazine, where he revealed his favorite part of Andie Walsh's (Molly Ringwald) Bff. "What I liked about Duckie was that he thought he »
- tooFab Staff
In 1986, the world was introduced to a character named Duckie. Created by John Hughes and played by Jon Cryer in the teen dramedy Pretty in Pink, Duckie has a lot of great scenes, but there's one particularly timeless one. He enters into a record store where his friend Andie (Molly Ringwald) works and performs a brilliant dance to Otis Redding's 1966 song "Try a Little Tenderness." Six months after he dressed up like Duckie for Two and a Half Men's Halloween episode, Cryer has done it again, and this time, he tried a little tenderness. Cryer and James Corden both donned Duckie's duds for a skit on The Late Late Show, proving that double the Duckie means double the fun. Take a look at their version of the scene, plus the original, below! »
Donning his vintage white kicks and high-hair wig, Jon Cryer got back into character as "Duckie" from John Hughes' 1986 rom-com classic, Pretty in Pink, during Tuesday's episode of The Late Late Show. The actor and host James Corden recreated Duckie's signature record store dance scene, miming the words to Otis Redding's blazing soul classic "Try a Little Tenderness" as they stomp around the stage.
The duo showcased all the signature Duckie moves – the hand slam, the wall slide, the head swivel, the air-hump, the Egyptian walk – while channeling »
It's 1986 again! Jon Cryer appeared on The Late Late Show and blessed viewers with a reprisal of his iconic dance from Pretty in Pink. That's right...Duckie is back! We just had to wait for Two and a Half Men to come to an end. With host James Corden by his side, somehow this little reboot might be better than the original. Clad in matching wigs, white winklepickers and outfits, Corden and Cryer lip-synced Otis Redding's "Try and Little Tenderness" on the set that was decorated to match the record store from the movie. Even though it has been 29 years since the film, which also starred Molly Ringwald and Annie Potts, was released, Cryer clearly had no problem remembering his signature dance »
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