You Got Sheened: Charlie Is Stealing Everyone's Thunder, and That's Good for Anne, James and Christina

Posted Mar 2nd 2011 at 11:30 AM by Denise Warner

Charlie, Charlie, Charlie. All anyone cares about is Charlie Sheen. Over the last week, 24/7 coverage of the troubled 'Two and a Half Men' star has dominated the news cycle with everything from his goddesses, his kids being taken away and his penchant for bright orange drinks and chocolate milk. Believe it or not, other things are happening. We know .... it is surprising. We bet some peop...

Charlie Sheen Jokes Flow at Alec Baldwin Tribute

Posted Mar 1st 2011 at 12:30 PM by Denise Warner

Charlie Sheen did not attend The Museum of the Moving Image Salutes Alec Baldwin event in New York last night, but he was there in spirit. The tribute to Baldwin's body of work was peppered with jabs at the troubled 'Two and a Half Men' star, whose one-man publicity tour makes him an easy target. "I shudder to think what kind of low rent, 'Two and a Half Men' show we would have had without y...

Julianne Moore: 'We Have a Responsibility' for Our Children's Education

Posted Feb 16th 2011 at 11:59 PM by Denise Warner

Oscar-nominated actress Julianne Moore is helping clean your children's classroom. As part of the Make a Clean Difference program with Bounty, Moore participated in We Love Our School Week -- an initiative to give kids a clean enviornment to learn. "We love our children, we care for them and we have a responsibility to them and to their education," she told PopEater at the event. "This is a ...

Want Super Bowl Entertaining Tips? Then Food Network's Sunny Anderson Is Your Gal

Posted Feb 4th 2011 at 05:18 PM by Denise Warner

It's Super Bowl time, and you know what that means -- parties and food! PopEater stopped by the 'Cooking for Real' set to chat with host Sunny Anderson, who shared some of her favorite Super Bowl recipes and told us who she's (reluctantly) rooting for in the big game! Watch it! ...

Brooklyn Rundfunk Orkestrata Retools 'The Sound of Music'

Posted Feb 1st 2011 at 06:00 PM by Denise Warner

Peter Kiesewalter of the Brooklyn Rundfunk Orkestrata knows that re-imaginging the songs of 'The Sound of Music' as the band's debut recording, 'The Hills Are Alive,' may be a bit weird, but he has his reasonings. "I know it's an absurd project to unleash as your debut recording, but in another way, I think it's kind of perfect," he tells PopEater. "I think it also shows what this group is all ...

Nikki Blonsky Helps Support DoSomething.org's Teens for Jeans

Posted Jan 31st 2011 at 05:30 PM by Denise Warner

Nikki Blonsky wants your jeans. PopEater had the chance to catch up with Blonsky at DoSomething.org's Teens for Jeans event at the Aeropostale in Times Square, and she chatted with us about her charitable work. "[It's] an awesome campaign. It is basically gathering a bunch of jeans for homeless kids," she explains. The actress is also heavily involved with another charity -- PALS, an orga...

Patrick Fabian Has 'No Problems' Being Called Professor Lasky

Posted Jan 28th 2011 at 06:00 PM by Denise Warner

You recognize Patrick Fabian from ... well everything. The actor has appeared on 'Bones,' 'The Mentalist, 'Big Love,' 'CSI: NY' and much more on the big and small screens. Oh, and don't forget 'Saved by the Bell: The College Years.' "You know what, if I get in a bad car crash today, Variety will report that Professor Lasky from 'Saved by the Bell' has met his early demise," Fabian tells P...

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