Charlie Sheen is going back to his roots for Machete Kills. According to a screengrab obtained by TMZ, Sheen will be billed by his birth name, Carlos Estevez, for the upcoming film.
Courteney Cox, Brian Van Holt
Cougar Town is not, we repeat, not a show about cougars. So what is it about? That's the question facing some newcomers just now learning about the ensemble comedy now that it's become the subject of a persistent marketing campaign from new home TBS.
Winter TV Preview: Where we left off on Cougar Town and more returning shows
For those who missed the show's first three seasons, Cougar Town is really about Jules (Courteney Cox), a fortysomething
alcoholic wine connoisseur who used to be married to lovable slacker Bobby (Brian Van Holt), but recently took the plunge again with her neighbor Grayson (Josh Hopkins). Jules has two best friends: the young and loud Laurie (Busy Philipps) and the icy, judgmental Ellie (Christa Miller). Ellie's whipped husband Andy (Ian Gomez) is Bobby's BFF, as is Bobby and Jules' college-age son, Travis (Dan Byrd), who kind of has a thing for Laurie. Whew!
Cougar Town team on TBS move: "It was really refreshing" to be embraced
New viewers hoping to jump into this wacky series when it returns for...
Martin Sheen, Charlie Sheen
Martin Sheen says he's praying for son Charlie Sheen and likens his addiction to cancer.
"He's an extraordinary man," Martin told Sky News. "You know, if he had cancer, how would we treat him? The disease of addiction is a form of cancer, and you have to have an equal measure ...
Emilio Estevez and Charlie Sheen
Two and a Half Men once again will stage a family reunion when Emilio Estevez guest-stars on "kid" brother Charlie Sheen's CBS hitcom.
Estevez will play ...
Kari Whitman, Designer to the Stars
Kari Whitman has seen her fair share of Hollywood. From her "mindless" modeling days to picking out floor tiles with Jessica Alba, this actress turned interior designer gave up auditions for plush pillows and drastic demolition. On WE's new design series, Designer to the Stars: Kari Whitman — premiering Saturday, March 3, at 10 pm/ET — Whitman gives us a peek into Hollywood homes as she works with celebs on remodeling jobs. But it's not all sinks and sofas, because this luxury designer also lets viewers into her own home, where you see her delegating tasks to numerous assistants, working out with her trainer and playing with her pups. Whitman talked with TVGuide.com about her whirlwind life, including her passion for design and dogs, a
Whale Rider's Keisha Castle-Hughes has been cast as Mary in Nativity, a look at the Virgin Mary's life before the birth of Christ.... Universal has optioned the James Sallis novel Drive, about a stuntman by day/getaway-car driver by night, as a starring vehicle (no pun intended) for Hugh Jackman.... The Weinstein Co. has bought the domestic rights to Bobby, writer-director Emilio Estevez's drama about the 1968 assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. The film's cast includes Estevez, Anthony Hopkins, Lindsay Lohan, Demi Moore, Sharon Stone, William H. Macy, Laurence Fishburne, Christian Slater, Helen Hunt and Martin Sheen.
Assuming she can still drive herself to the set, Lindsay Lohan will play wife to Elijah Wood in Bobby, an independent film about Robert F. Kennedy's 1968 assassination. Directed by Emilio Estevez, Bobby also stars Anthony Hopkins, Demi Moore and Sharon Stone. "Lindsay, who you do not think of as an indie film actress, is an inspired choice," says producer Edward Bass, unaware that he didn't need that little "indie film" qualifier.
What a relief to return to solid spook tales this week. I was getting tired of the Emilio Estevez clone brother, complete with smirks reminiscent of The Breakfast Club, along with the permanent adolescence of the spirit-chasing brothers. I was also becoming a bit vexed by the ease with which these boy-child siblings were able every week to impersonate individuals unchallenged. And their briefcase of bogus credentials was hard to swallow, particularly since they both look like 16 year-olds.
This week, finally, they follow a case without the helpful clues of their elusive dad (who, by the way, is the deceased husband in Showtime's Weeds. Both are shown only in flashback). Daddy's trail is now stone cold, but they still choose to investigate a mysterious drowning (not the first to occur in the region they visit). Finally, these brothers are driven by principles and passion, not the and disappointing dad hunt. This is the first time we wit