CBS foresaw the problem potential of hanging the livelihoods of hundreds on a raving madman and decided to get a series finale in the can in case of Sheenmergency.
The press conference for his latest film, Drive Angry, revealed more than we could have imagined.
Since it looks like we won’t be seeing new episodes of “Two and a Half Men” any time soon, if ever (fingers crossed) we decided that now would be a great time to take a look back fondly at the five greatest “Two and a Half Men” moments. Yes, it was difficult, but we actually found five.
The poor man’s Tom Berenger is back in our lives. And our hearts.
Henry Selick is working on another horror-tinged stop-motion animation film that will try to terrify children into post-traumatic stress.
One of the weird McPoyle brothers from ‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’ is about to play a yet to be determined/released role in ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter’.
Seth MacFarlane’s upcoming comedy Ted appears to be adding ringers to its cast by the day.
James Franco is going to try acting in a movie for a change.
Looks like Johnny Depp would like to move away from playing roles that require silly hats.
The new movie Battle: Los Angeles is a big sci-fi movie about an alien invasion on the west coast. However, Columbia Pictures would like audiences to know that there actually was a Battle of Los Angeles.
I think we can go ahead and mark down the CEO of Morgan Creek on Charlie Sheen’s “Pussy List.”
Actors are apparently lined up around the block to get chewed up by the aliens in Ridley Scott’s ‘Prometheus’.
Michael Bay promised that Transformers 3 won’t feature any of the hokeyness of its predecessor. J/K, you guys!
A cartoon western about talking animals has pissed off a major group. No, it’s not the National Bunched Panties Association.
Win a charity auction and attend a private dinner reunion of “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” cast. I can sense you doing the Carlton as you read this.
Who will become the next one-man ultimate killing machine?
The rumor is that the film features the ‘Alien’ aliens, but in a different form. Maybe they’re all Cloverfields now?
Hopefully these “Hawaiian Vacation” shorts won’t end in Mr. Potato Head getting buried at sea or something.
Calling a dude a “pussy” is funny, but when doing so possibly ends the run of a terrible, yet somehow endlessly successful TV sitcom – that’s hilarious.
How can a critically acclaimed show expect to grow an audience when 4 million viewers are busy watching some teenage skanks “raise” their bastard children on MTV’s “Teen Mom 2”? Jesus Christ, if I wanted to watch some fat high-school sophomore push her stupid kid around, I’d go hang out at the mall.
It’s nice to see she’ll be doing the American public a service after attacking its collective taste with Thor.
This might be the stiffest price a person has ever paid for not getting a joke.
It would appear that Jack the Giant Killer is becoming something of a Goliath itself.
Lauren Oliver said to the world, “They want dystopian? I’ll give ‘em dystopian!”
Yesterday, purported comedy writer Bruce Vilanch took a swipe at Ricky Gervais when questioned about the comic’s recent Golden Globes hosting appearance. So how does Gervais respond? By wiping his dirty boots all over Vilanch’s silly t-shirt collection.
GO CHARLIE, GO!
Fox has dropped a first look at James Franco in scientist mode for the upcoming Rise Of The Apes.
There’s something scarier going on in North Korea than a totalitarian regime.
While it’s nice to see some big names attached, long-time followers will all but demand appearances by the creepy-cadre of weirdos that were a fixture on “Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!” Here are nine such regulars that need to make an appearance.
Somebody please forward this article on to Burt Wonderstone’s assistant camera operator so that they know whose name to write on the slate. Charles McDougall has signed on to helm the Steve Carell magician comedy.