Posts with tag "two and a half men"
- Posted Jul 7th 2011 at 08:51 AM by Rob Shuter
Charlie Sheen has lost every lawsuit against his ex-bosses at 'Two and a Half Men,' but now he has another play to harm the show that kicked him to the curb. "Charlie's upcoming roast on Comedy Central is set to go head to head against Ashton's debut episode of 'Two and a Half Men' on September 19," a Comedy Central source tells me. "If you think this is a coincidence then you are nuts." ...
- Posted Jun 28th 2011 at 12:15 AM by AOL TV Editors
Just how will Charlie Sheen's 'Two and a Half Men' character exit the hit CBS sitcom? According to reports, he's kicking the bucket. The script has yet to be finalized, but sources have told TMZ Sheen's Charlie Harper will be written off in a way preventing the actor from ever returning to the series. One situation involves the character driving his car off a cliff. While filming won't...
- Posted Jun 9th 2011 at 07:33 AM by AOL TV Editors
With Charlie Sheen's very public meltdown happening during the filming of the latest season of 'Two and a Half Men,' David Letterman was curious if co-star Jon Cryer or anyone else on the show saw any of this coming. On 'Late Show,' Cryer said nobody did. "This has never happened before," Cryer said. There was no template for a star going what appeared to be crazy while starring in a popular...
- Posted May 31st 2011 at 06:55 AM by Kelly Fisher
After all of the drama surrounding 'Two and a Half Men' this year, CBS execs have decided not to submit the show for a Best Comedy Series Emmy Award. According to Deadline, the show qualified for submission in the category, with 16 shows produced and aired this season, but an insider revealed that the feeling at CBS was that is wasn't appropriate given the circumstances surrounding the show...
- Posted May 29th 2011 at 10:25 AM by Christine Fenno
Charlie Sheen isn't the only one stressing out over 'Two and a Half Men.' A viewer in New York City named Freddy Caldwell was arrested on Friday, after allegedly making bomb threats to a TV station for airing too many reruns of the troubled sitcom. Much of the caller's motive remains unknown. Did he dislike seeing the show in general, or just headline-making Sheen? Were substances, such as...
- Posted May 23rd 2011 at 09:01 AM by AOL TV Editors
Last week it was all smiles as Ashton Kutcher attended CBS's annual upfront presentation in New York as the new face of top-rated comedy, 'Two and a Half Men.' Now it seems as though Warner Bros. and CBS may not be making longterm plans for the veteran series with Kutcher. 'The Wall Street Journal' reports that Kutcher's new deal, which will net him an estimated $750,000 per episode, is only...
- Posted May 16th 2011 at 11:11 AM by Rob Shuter
Charlie Sheen wasted no time on Friday to mock the decision to replace him on 'Two and a Half Men' with Ashton Kutcher, calling the 'That '70s Show' alum a "sweetheart" but a choice that would bring the show down. Despite his public show of gravitas, a source close to Charlie tells me that privately he's "destroyed" by the casting news. "He really thought that he would be invited back," a...
- Posted May 11th 2011 at 01:08 PM by John Mitchell
Romantic comedy go-to guy Hugh Grant was in final negotiations to replace Charlie Sheen on 'Two and a Half Men,' according to Deadline, which reports Grant was offered $1 million per episode to take over for the troubled star. Grant, whose last film, 2009's 'Did You Hear About the Morgans?' failed to connect with audiences, allegedly pulled out of the negotiations at the last minute due to...
- Posted Apr 29th 2011 at 12:30 PM by AOL TV Editors
Charlie Sheen isn't thrilled with Chuck Lorre's plans to reboot 'Two and a Half Men' without him. The troubled sitcom star released a letter to TMZ, calling Lorre a "nut-less sociopath," among other choice words. In the letter, Sheen claims responsibility for the success of the CBS sitcom and warns Lorre that he'll win in the $100 million court case against him and Warner Bros. TV. Read...
- Posted Apr 28th 2011 at 04:05 PM by AOL TV Editors
A 'Two and a Half Men' without Charlie Sheen is one step closer to reality. According to The Hollywood Reporter, 'Men' creator Chuck Lorre is working on a reboot of the popular CBS sitcom. Sheen would have no role in the new show, but costar Jon Cryer would. Cryer has reportedly been presented with the plan, which would focus on his character, Alan, and a new character who has yet to be...
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