While his professional life is in turmoil, Charlie Sheen says life at home with his "goddesses" is "perfect."
"It's perfect. It's awesome. Every day is just filled with just wins. All we do is put wins in the record books," Sheen told ABC News. "We win so radically in our underwear before our first cup of coffee, it's scary. People say it's lonely at the top, but I sure like the view. ... These are the women that I love that have completed the three parts of my heart."
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Sheen lives with his two 24-year-old girlfriends — or as he calls them "goddesses" — Natalie Kenly, a nanny and graphic designer, and Rachel Oberlin, a porn star. Nicknaming himself ...
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.
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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."
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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...