Ramon Rodriguez has been tapped to play Bosley in ABC's Charlie's Angels reboot, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Rodriquez, 31, who played Leo in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, will play a hunked-up and younger version of Bosley. This protector of the Angels is very...
Originated by tubby character actor David Doyle on TV and succeeded by Bill Murray and the late Bernie Mac in the movies, Charlie's Angels' Bosley was better known for his wit than his physique.
Kanye West, LeBron James, Justin Timberlake, Shaquille O'Neal, Snoop Dogg and Tony Hawk — all will appear as guest stars on The Cleveland Show, which is just entering its second season. Kevin Michael Richardson, the voice behind Cleveland Brown Jr., Lester Krinklesac and President Barack Obama, talked to TVGuide.com about what's next for Cleveland Jr., Kenny West's new rapping partner, the secret to voicing the most powerful man in America and...
Underpinning Soul Men's high-energy hilarity is an unmistakable theme of mortality — a strange coincidence following the unexpected deaths of two costars, Bernie Mac and Isaac Hayes.
Samuel L. Jackson, who plays an aging member of a former soul group alongside Mac, says the theme leaves him solemn and optimistic.
"I'll be 60 in December, so, I look at that, and I look in the mirror, and I still don't look like somebody I thought would look like this at 60," he told TVGuide.com "So, I think about it."
In Soul Men, which opened Friday, Jackson's and Mac's characters struggle to reckon with their elder years as they try to revive their brief stardom decades after their one-hit-wonder trio split up. Their cross-country road trip is punctuated by foot-tapping song and dance performances, slapstick-driven antics, encounters with the past and even a little legal trouble.
Question: Just a quick note to say that I personally would love to hear your thoughts on the passing of Bernie Mac, if you have any you'd care to share.
Answer: I wasn't familiar with Bernie Mac before The Bernie Mac Show, but was instantly impressed by the raw honesty of his character and the unusual grit he brought to one of the funniest and freshest family sitcoms in years. I saw him in several films subsequently and was always impressed by his range, his powerful presence and his unending reservoir of sharp, barbed good humor. With his show, he set a high bar for family comedy that unfortunately hasn't really even been approached since Bernie Mac left the air. I was saddened that he passed away at such a young age with so much untapped potential. I'd hoped he could bring his point of view back to TV eventually in either a comedy or drama, but tragically, that wasn't to be ...