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While she won't be back as a featured one of the "Housewives," during her appearance on "The Howard Stern Show" on Sirius Xm Radio on Wednesday, Brandi told Howard Stern she will be back on the Bravo show "a little bit."
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A few months ago came word that "Triplets," the proposed sequel to the old Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito comedy "Twins" that had been moving forward fairly consistently, had ground to a halt.
Josh Gad and Ryan Dixon reportedly wrote two drafts of the script for the film which would see the original actors returning alongside Eddie Murphy as their new brother. Today, Schwarzenegger appeared on The Howard Stern Show and briefly talked about the project.
Arnie says he's not sure if original film helmer Ivan Reitman will be back, be he does say the script is still being worked on and apparently has the blessing of Murphy:
"Now we are talking about a sequel, where we find out at the funeral of our mother, that when we read the will, that there's three of us. Eddie Murphy is going to be the third one and so they go, 'How »
- Garth Franklin
Back in January, we reported that Universal has delayed the Twins sequel Triplets, which brings back original stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito, along with Eddie Murphy. Josh Gad and his writing partner Ryan Dixon wrote two drafts of the script, but for reasons unknown, Universal has yet to move forward with the follow-up. Despite the lack of progress on Triplets, Arnold Schwarzenegger spoke about the plot briefly on The Howard Stern Show earlier today.
"Now we are talking about a sequel, where we find out at the funeral of our mother, that when we read the will, that there's three of us. Eddie Murphy is going to be the third one and so they go, 'How did that happen' There's an African American coming in here and all of a sudden he's our brother. So we go to do the research but he can only get the money if we find him, »
Arnold Schwarzenegger opened up about his split from Maria Shriver, his son Joseph Baena with his former housekeeper, and how he felt about his son Patrick Schwarzenegger dating Miley Cyrus. Arnold Schwarzenegger On Love Child Joseph Baena Schwarzenegger paid a visit to The Howard Stern Show on Wednesday to promote his new film, Terminator Genisys, but the former […]
- Olivia Truffaut-Wong
Can’t stop … praising Miley! Arnold Schwarzenegger visited SiriusXM’s The Howard Stern Show on Wednesday, June 24, where, in addition to reflecting on his marriage to ex-wife Maria Shriver, the Governator, 67, also gave his candid thoughts on Miley Cyrus, the ex-girlfriend of his son Patrick Schwarzenegger. “When I did meet Miley Cyrus — when she came up to Sun Valley skiing during our holidays — I found out that she is a fantastic person,” Arnold dished. “We had little kids in the house. She went out [...] »
The second of the new Ghostbusters movies has hit problems, it seems...
Paul Feig is currently shooting his new Ghostbusters movie, headlined by Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig, that's set to arrive in cinemas next summer. Yet progress on the second planned Ghostbusters film, that Channing Tatum is set to headline, has not been so smooth, it seems.
As part of his interview with Howard Stern on his radio programme, Tatum was asked as to the status of his Ghostbusters film. Whilst Ivan Reitman remains involved, Tatum has thrown a bit of doubt on the project. "That thing's gotten messy", he told Stern. "I gotta be honest. There's a lot of people doing a lot of things on Ghostbusters".
So is his film still going ahead? "Yeah. I don't know is the answer".
“America’s Got Talent” doesn’t got Howard Stern anymore. At least, the NBC reality competition won’t have him much longer. Stern, who signed on for “America’s Got Talent” in 2012, said during SiriusXM’s “The Howard Stern Show” on Wednesday that the current season will be his last as a judge on the show, citing a “career evaluation.” “I’m going through my own career evaluation right now … In all seriousness, I’ve told you, I’m just too fucking busy … something’s got to give,” Stern said. Also Read: 7 Questions With 'America's Got Talent' Host »
- Tim Kenneally
In a new interview with "The Howard Stern Show," Channing Tatum was asked about the "GI Joe" franchise. The actor took the opportunity to explain how he feels about the first film, "GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra." "I'll be honest. I f*cking hate that movie. I hate that movie, I was pushed into doing that movie," he said. "From [seeing me in] 'Coach Carter,' they signed me to a three-picture deal. I'm sitting there and they give you the contract and they go, 'Three-picture deal, here you go.' And as a young [actor], you're like, 'Oh my god, that sounds amazing, I'm doing that!'" Tatum ended up playing Duke, but that's not the role he was hoping to get. He said: "The studio calls up and they're like 'Hey, we got a movie for you. We're going to send it to you.' And they send it to »
Channing Tatum was his candid self when he stopped by The Howard Stern Show on Tuesday. Naturally, Howard asked the actor about Emilia Clarke's confession that she wanted to do "something sexual" with Channing and his wife, Jenna Dewan Tatum. The Game of Thrones star made the comments in her interview with Harper's Bazaar for the magazine's June/July issue, saying she met the couple at an afterparty and told them, "You're both beautiful . . . " Channing's version of events makes the story even more hilarious. Listen to him dish on meeting Emilia in the clip below, and then go back in time with a look at Channing's bodybuilding photo from 1998. »
Whatever our thoughts about Channing Tatum may have been in the past, it's hard to deny that the actor has definitely stepped up his game in the last few years; but for a while there, Tatum was simply that guy from G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra. Tatum stopped by The Howard Stern Show and revealed how he felt about the film that helped shoot him in stardom. Look, I’ll be honest. I... Read More »
- Kevin Fraser
There was a time when Channing Tatum was just "that kid" in "Coach Carter," but four years later, he would be headlining a major franchise with "G.I. Joe: Rise Of The Cobra." However, while promoting "Magic Mike Xxl" on "The Howard Stern Show" this morning, the actor revealed his true feelings about the end result and his mixed feelings about signing up in the first place. “I fucking hate that movie,” he candidly said of "G.I. Joe: Rise Of The Cobra," which certainly explains why he was killed off in "G.I. Joe: Retaliation." Tatum said that, following the success of the inspirational Samuel L. Jackson movie, big deals started coming his way, and it was too good an opportunity to resist. “I was pushed into doing that movie…they give you the contract and and they go, 'Three-picture deal, here you go.' You’re like, 'Oh my God, »
- Kevin Jagernauth
After seemingly taking digs at her acting abilities on yesterday's episode of "The Howard Stern Show," Jason Alexander has posted a lengthy apology to Heidi Swedberg, the actor who played his doomed fiancee Susan Ross on "Seinfeld." He was trying to defend her, see? I think Alexander is right in noting that his lack of chemistry with Swedberg played perfectly into the way the relationship was written; the whole point was that George and Susan were wrong for each other from the start. This seems heartfelt. "Ok folks, I feel officially awful. Yesterday on @Sternshow, I retold a story I had told years ago about my personal difficulties and insecurities in playing George against the Susan that Heidi Swedberg created. The impetus for telling this story was that Howard said, 'Julia Louis Dreyfuss told me you all wanted to kill her'. So I told the story to try and clarify »
- Chris Eggertsen
Seinfeld star Jason Alexander took to Twitter today to clarify his somewhat controversial comments regarding his co-star Heidi Swedberg, who played Susan, the fiancee of Alexander’s George, on the ’90s sitcom. Yesterday on The Howard Stern Show, Alexander was discussing how and why the show’s writers decided to killed off Susan at the end of Season 7 by having her lick too much glue from the soon-to-be-married couple’s low quality wedding invitations. “I love her,” Alexander said. “She’s a terrific girl. I love her. I couldn’t figure out how to play off of her. Her instincts for doing a scene, where the comedy was, and mine, were always misfiring. And she would do something and I would go, okay, I see what she’s gonna do, I’m gonna adjust to her. And then I would adjust. And then it would change! “So I had done »
- Chris King
Years after the character of Susan Biddle Ross died from licking too many toxic wedding invitation envelopes on Seinfeld, we finally know why she met such an untimely death. Jason Alexander, aka George Costanza, talked about the bizarre decision on The Howard Stern Show this week. According to him, though the actress who played Susan, Heidi Swedberg, was extremely nice, her comedic timing just didn't jive with his. He even shared that after Julia Louis-Dreyfus filmed a scene with her one day, she joked, "Don't you just want to kill her?" Larry David overheard, and the rest is history. Here's the clip: Proving that Alexander is maybe one of the nicest people in Hollywood, he later tweeted that he felt "officially awful" about telling the story. He clarified that no one wanted to kill her in real life, and he personally apologized to Swedberg: "I and the cast really liked and like Heidi. »
Jerry and Elaine reunited on Seinfeld’s Crackle web series to catch up, reminisce about their hit TV show, yada yada yada.
The duo also spotted another A-lister, Hilary Swank, on the road. “You don’t bring any attention to yourself — at all,” Swank, who was driving a more modest Audi, joked.
- Maane Khatchatourian
Jada Pinkett Smith finds her “Magic Mike Xxl” costars “inspiring” — maybe a little more inspiring than some of the other men she’s worked with in the past. Pinkett Smith stopped by “The Howard Stern Show” Wednesday and revealed she was turned on by the guys on set of her upcoming film. “As a woman, my experience has been, you see a guy and you can get a guy to inspire you, but to walk into a room full of men that inspire you? That was the first time that ever really happened to me,” Pinkett Smith admitted. “When I hear Will. »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
George Costanza's fiancee Susan was unceremoniously killed off at the end of Season 7 by licking too much low-quality glue, and rumors later swirled that she met her demise because Jason Alexander couldn't stand working with Heidi Swedberg, the actress who played her. On today's episode of "The Howard Stern Show," Jason Alexander set the record straight by explaining that, while he loved Swedberg on a personal level, their on-set chemistry was "a disaster." "I love her. She's a terrific girl. I love her. I couldn't figure out how to play off of her. Her instincts for doing a scene, where the comedy was, and mine, were always misfiring. And she would do something and I would go, okay, I see what she's gonna do, I'm gonna adjust to her. And then I would adjust. And then it would change! "So I had done three episodes with her and Larry calls »
- Chris Eggertsen
Jada Pinkett Smith married Will Smith when she was very young, but that doesn't mean she wants her children to follow in her footsteps. "Heck yeah, don't do it," she advised when she stopped by The Howard Stern Show on SiriusXM. "Thank God I have a husband who is just a gangster partner because can you imagine taking that road together from 25 to 44? Woo!" The Gotham actress, who has been very honest in the past about her "open" marriage to Smith, also clarified what she meant by her famous comments that indicated she and Smith were free to date whomever. Host Howard Stern, however, noted that neither one seems to act on it. "You gotta trust who you're with, and at »
Sofia Vergara is ripping her ex-fiance Nick Loeb ... reminding him he had Two chances to change the terms of their frozen embryo contract -- and didn't -- so he's got no one to blame but himself. Sofia went on "The Howard Stern Show" Monday morning and laid out her position on the legal battle with Loeb ... explaining why she thinks the embryos should Not be brought to term: -- A baby needs loving parents who get along, »
- TMZ Staff
Robert Downey Jr. doesn't regret walking out of his interview with Channel 4's Krishnan Guru-Murthy last week. After the British journalist decided to steer away from talking about Robert's new movie, Avengers: Age of Ultron, and ask him personal questions about his drug-fueled past, the actor got up and walked out. Robert explained his distaste with the entire situation on The Howard Stern Show on Sirius Xm on Tuesday, saying, "I'm one of those guys who, I'm always assuming the social decorum is in play, and that we're promoting a superhero movie, a lot of kids are going to see it, and that just has nothing to do with your creepy dark agenda." He also said that he hated "feeling all of a sudden ashamed and obligated to accommodate your weirdo sh-t." He then pretended to address Krishnan directly, saying, "You know what? You are a bottom-feeding muckraker." Since the interview, »
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