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Chuck Lorre Responds to Sheen with New Vanity Card

Chuck Lorre

Two and a Half Men creator Chuck Lorre addressed Charlie Sheen's situation in a vanity card that ran after Monday's episode of Mike & Molly.

Lorre did not address Sheen by name, but decided to share his "uncensored thoughts" because he was "under a lot of pressure to respond to certain statements made about me recently."

Charlie Sheen: No one from the show has tried to call me ... but Mel Gibson did!

"I believe that consciousness creates the illusion of individuation, the false feeling of ...
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Lucy Lawless and Tricia Helfer Hit No Ordinary Family

No Ordinary Family

Holy frak! ABC's No Ordinary Family makes fanboy dreams come true by pitting superhero brood the Powells against two new baddies played by former Battlestar Galactica beauties Lucy Lawless and Tricia Helfer. "We're certainly excited to not only have two actresses of their caliber, but also two actresses with... read more

Getting to Know Lights Out's Pablo Schreiber

Pablo Schreiber

On Lights Out, Pablo Schreiber plays Johnny, a once promising boxer who now (mis)manages the career of his brother, former heavyweight champ "Lights" Leary (Holt McCallany). In real life, he can relate to living in the shadow of a more celebrated sibling as the half-brother of movie star Liev Schreiber (Salt). "I've always... read more

Cheers & Jeers: Piers Morgan Tonight — The Sheen is Off

Charlie Sheen

Jeers to Piers Morgan for blowing his big interview with Charlie Sheen by sucking up.

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The British tabloid vet was alleged to be the antithesis of his... read more

Charlie Sheen: No One From the Show Has Tried to Call Me… But Mel Gibson Did!

Charlie Sheen

Charlie Sheen says no one from CBS or Warner Bros. has tried to contact him since production on Two and a Half Men was shut down.

"I would urge [CBS President] Les [Moonves] or [Warner Bros. TV President] Bruce [Rosenblum]or Chuck Lorre to call in," he said on Piers Morgan Tonight Monday evening. (They did not.)

Should John Stamos replace Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men?

Sheen also said he hadn't heard from any of his fellow cast members since production halted. "I don't feel like there is any real... read more

Dancing With the Stars Season 12 Cast Revealed!

Kirstie Alley, Sugar Ray Leonard

It's the season of the lookers, the fighters, a rapper, a Super Bowl MVP and a former Fat Actress  — but not a one-time candidate for the U.S Senate. Emmy winner Kirstie Alley (Cheers) leads the cast of celebs who'll kick up their heels for Dancing With the Stars' 12th season, which begins March 21 on ABC. "We've wanted Kirstie from Day 1," says executive producer Conrad Green. "She's enormously winning and an absolute hoot."

Check out photos of the Dancing With the Stars Season 12 contestants

She'll be going toe-to-toe with one of the most popular boxers of all time... read more

VIDEO: Why Does Natalie Portman Owe Everything to Her Parents?

Natalie Portman

At the Screen Actors Guild Awards, Natalie Portman memorably thanked her parents, who "always taught me to work my hardest and never be an a------."

Oscars 2011 Top Moments: James Franco in a dress, Taylor Lautner without a shirt

Right before she took home the award for best actress at Sunday's Academy Awards, the Black Swan star explained what that meant to Chris Harrison. Check out the full interview:

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VIDEO: Mark Wahlberg Will Re-Team With David O. Russell on Next Four to Five Movies

Mark Wahlberg

Well, there's one actor who doesn't seem to have any problems working with The Fighter director David O. Russell.

Mark Wahlberg told Chris Harrison that, in fact, the two will re-team on at least four to five movies over the next three years. "I put it in his contract that he can't make his next four movies without me," he said.

Oscars 2011 Top Moments: James Franco in a dress, Taylor Lautner without a shirt

The actor-producer also had offered a bit of a confession on Sunday's Oscars red carpet: It was Wahlberg's idea to have the real-life Dicky Eklund crash Christian Bale's acceptance speech at the SAG Awards. (Bale, of course, played Eklund in The Fighter.)

"'Listen,' I told Dicky, and I didn't tell Christian, 'When he wins -- and he will win -- run up there and just surprise him," Wahlberg said. But it's all good now. "Christian is obviously in love with Dicky, and he wouldn't be there without Dicky and all he had to go through. We've all grown so close, it's a special thing."

Check out Wahlberg's full interview:

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ABC Renews Bachelor Pad for Season 2

Chris Harrison

ABC has ordered another season of The Bachelor spin-off, Bachelor Pad.

The competition series, where former Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants compete for money, and... read more

Jane Russell, Hollywood Screen Siren, Dies at 89

Jane Russell

Jane Russell, one of Hollywood's biggest sex symbols in the 1940s and '50s, died Monday, The Los Angeles Times reports. She was 89.

Her son, Buck Waterfield, said she died at her home in Santa Maria, Calif., but did not specify a cause... read more

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