Melissa McCarthy reportedly fired an extra who was treating her child poorly on the set of her new movie, according to TMZ.
On Tuesday, the Mike & Molly star was filming Tammy, which is directed by her husband Ben Falcone, and watched as a woman in her 20s kept yelling at her child, according to TMZ. In addition to bringing the child with her for the daylong shoot, the woman reportedly jerked her child by the wrist. McCarthy, who witnessed the incident, said she wouldn't tolerate abuse on set and had the pair leave, TMZ says. Reps for McCarthy have not commented on the report.
Country music artist Darius Rucker has publicly responded to a racist comment made towards him over Twitter.
After Rucker covered Bob Dylan's "Wagon Wheel" at the Grand Ole Opry on Sunday, former Twitter user PQKullman tweeted, "@dariusrucker Leave country to the white folk."
Rucker immediately retweeted the comment adding, "WOW. Is this 2013 or 1913?" and "Ill [sic] take my grand ole Opry membership and leave your racism. Wow." When asked by fans why he was responding to racists, the former Hootie and the Blowfish front-man said, "So the world can see them."
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Brad Pitt says he was burnt out from drug use during his marriage to Jennifer Aniston.
Although Pitt doesn't reference his ex-wife directly, in the new issue of Esquire, the 49-year-old actor says, "For a long time I thought I did too much damage — drug damage. I was a bit of a drifter. ... But then I got burnt out and felt that I was wasting my opportunity. It was a conscious change. ... This was about a decade ago. It was an epiphany." Pitt and Aniston, who started dating in 1998, divorced in 2005 after five years of marriage.
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On this final night of the official broadcast season, let's focus on the good times, shall we? Two of TV's finest comedies, ABC's underappreciated The Middle and the much-honored Modern Family, go out with a flourish, and perhaps a sniffle or two, as the Heck and Dunphy/Pritchett clans experience life-changing and/or affirming ceremonies likely to strike home for many viewers.
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Happy endings will have to wait until another season on Grimm.
On Tuesday's finale...
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I can't believe I have to wait all summer for more Castle. Is there any way Beckett will turn down Castle's proposal? — Lauren
ADAM: Depends on who you ask. Cast member Tamala Jones thinks that Beckett's desire for career advancement in Washington, D.C., could outweigh her feelings for Castle. "Beckett is a strong woman, and she's not going to forget who she is," she says. "So she may say no — or not right now." Susan Sullivan, who plays Castle's mother, has a different take. "What woman in her right mind would say no to him?" she says. "Therein would lie the problem: I may actually have to move out. Yikes!"
Do you have any scoop on Laurel and Oliver next season on Arrow? —Jim
NATALIE: Here's some Laurel scoop from executive producer Marc Guggenheim that may involve Oliver:
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The BAU's season-long stalker, who's been duplicating the team's closed cases, will finally be revealed on Wednesday's two-hour Season 8 finale (9/8c, CBS), but fans already have a wild guess as to who the group's tormenter is.
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"I know a lot of people think it's [guest star] Mark Hamill, but can Luke Skywalker do this?" executive producer Erica Messer jokes to TVGuide.com. Hamill — who, lest we forget, voices The Joker on the animated Batman series ...