8 items from 2017
Everybody’s had “one of those days,” and Selma Blair got especially emotional in a video she posted a video on Instagram Friday outlining her terrible, horrible, no good day. In the caption accompanying the short but tearful video, the former “Anger Management” star explains that she was still stinging from being taken to task by animal rights […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Apparently Charlie Sheen wasn’t a big fan of Jon Voight’s — or is that John Voit’s? — appearance at the Make America Great Again Celebration. “Anger Management” actor Sheen took to Twitter on Thursday — the same day that Voight spoke at the pro-Trump event — to make his thoughts known in a cryptic, yet thoroughly disgusting, manner. “dearest, (see collage) please ‘shut it’ before i brain you with that fools-gold Oscar of yours…” Sheen wrote, along with an emoticon of a hand flipping the bird. Also Read: DGA Members Receive Threatening Email for Helping With Trump Inauguration (Report) The “collage” in question. »
- Tim Kenneally
Charlie Sheen has shared the screen with many of Hollywood’s top talent – but there are a few women he hopes to never work alongside again.
During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live this week, Sheen was asked to rank four actresses from favorite to least favorite as part of host Andy Cohen‘s infamous “Plead the Fifth” game.
“Heather. And then Heather,” Sheen replied. “Lindsay is a trip. She’s work, »
- Lindsay Kimble
It has been more than a year since Charlie Sheen revealed his HIV diagnosis and almost six years since he underwent his now-famous public meltdown, which he now calls his "roid rage." The former Two and a Half Men and Anger Management actor, who is currently promoting his new comedy movie Mad Families, had revealed in November 2015 that he had been diagnosed with the virus, once considered a rapid death sentence. In an interview with ABC News' Michael Strahan that aired on Good Morning America Wednesday, Sheen recalled how he "immediately wanted to eat a bullet" the day he learned he was HIV-positive. "But my mom was there," he »
Revolution Studios has been acquired by Los Angeles-based investment firm Content Partners and its affiliate Cp Enterprises, Content Partners announced Wednesday. The studio, which has been behind films like “xXx,” “Anger Management,” “Black Hawk Down” and “Daddy Day Care,” has been owned by investment funds since 2014. Under the new ownership, Revolution Studios will continue as a stand-alone business, led by Cep Vince Totino and COO Scott Hemming, who will now also serve as the company’s president. Under the leadership of Totino and Hemming, Revolution acquired rights to 80 films and also produced “xXx: Return of Xander Cage,” which will hit theaters. »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
Under its new ownership, Revolution will continue to operate as a standalone business led by chief executive officer Vince Totino and chief operating officer Scott Hemming, who now also serves as president.
The Fortress companies bought Revolution in June, 2014, for an estimated $250 million. Since then, the company acquired rights to 80 additional feature films, produced “xXx: Return of Xander Cage,” and secured deals to exploit the company’s library. The sale of Revolution was part of a plan to recapitalize Revolution — which had stopped film production in 2007 — and position it for growth.
Joe Roth founded Revolution in 2000 as a strategic partnership with Starz Entertainment, Sony Pictures, and 20th Century Fox. The company was never able to deliver a blockbuster hit and was better known for disappointments such as “Gigli” and “Hollywood Homicide.” »
- Dave McNary
Denise Richards is all about family time.
The 45-year-old actress took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a sweet family photo with her ex-husband, Charlie Sheen, their two daughters, 12-year-old Sam and 11-year-old Lola, and her 5-year-old daughter, Eloise.
"We've had a colorful year," she captioned the shot. "At the end of the day we're still a family. @charliesheen #familydinner"
Sheen has also been sharing family photos. Last week, the former Anger Management star took to Instagram to share a rare shot of Sam.
"Sami: So how was your day dad?" Sheen captioned the cute father-daughter pic."Dad: well sweetie, it went a little something like this... © &$."
In August, the 51-year-old actor shared a sweet snap of himself, Richards and their two daughters, which he called »
Charlie Sheen's daughter Sam is growing up right before our eyes!
The former Anger Management star took to Instagram on Thursday to share a rare shot of his 12-year-old daughter, who looks all grown up!
"Sami: So how was your day dad?" Sheen captioned the cute father-daughter pic.
Related: Charlie Sheen Jumps Back Into 'Major League' Indians Uniform for World Series
Sheen, who also shares 11-year-old Lola with his ex-wife, Denise Richards, seems to spending more time with family lately.
In August, the 51-year-old actor shared a sweet snap of himself, Richards, and their two daughters, which he called "a gaggle of awe sum."
Meanwhile, Sheen's other ex-wife, Brooke Mueller, has entered rehab after her hospitalization in November.
"She's doing a lot better," Mueller's sister »
8 items from 2017
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