Angus T. Jones, 19, better known to audiences as Jake Harper from CBS’s smash sitcom Two and a Half Men, is going after the hand that feeds him, calling his show “filth.” In a videotaped testimonial, Jones urges viewers to stop watching his show.
It's been almost a full year since the May-December romance between Ashton Kutcher, 34, and Demi Moore, 49, fell apart last November, but that doesn't mean that they're through with each other just yet — in fact, neither Moore nor Kutcher has yet filed divorce papers, and the seemingly extreme delay could have to do with financial disagreements.
While the analysts and experts are fussing about which esteemed actors will walk away with winged gold statues at the 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday night at Los Angeles' Nokia Theater, first-time host Jimmy Kimmel is anxiously awaiting the world's reaction to the antics he has planned.
And the winners are… Homeland and Modern Family, by a long shot. The 64th Primetime Emmy Awards, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, awarded the top drama prizes to the Showtime political drama about a bipolar CIA agent (Claire Danes) and a treasonous Marine (Damian Lewis) who may or may not be working as a mole for Al-Qaeda, including Best Drama, Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Writing.
Former Playboy Playmate and actress Jenny McCarthy added her own two ... eh ... cents to Two and a Half Men since the Charlie Sheen debacle saw him replaced by Ashton Kutcher. The fourth episode of the season, entitled "Nine Magic Fingers" in reference to housekeeper Berta's (Conchata Ferrell) recurring lover, aired Monday night to ratings that have been gradually decreasing from the season premiere, but still prove the show to be wildly popular.
While ostensibly the actors, writers, directors and producers who attended Sunday's 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards were competing to take home gilded trophies, another parallel competition was also happening during the ceremony — the honor of the most buzz-worthy moment.
While over at CBS's Two and a Half Men, the show went on without actor Charlie Sheen, 46, who was removed from the cushy over $1 million-per-episode stint last season after having a very public and drug-addled mental breakdown, cable network Comedy Central aired its 90 minute roast of Sheen, which included bawdy jokes by friends and comedians Seth McFarlane, Kate Walsh, Jon Lovitz, and William Shatner himself.
Ashton Kutcher seems to have no qualms about using his naked body to promote Two and a Half Men, in which he will replace Charlie Sheen in its upcoming season. The star recently posed nude (bits and pieces tastefully covered up, of course) along with co-stars Jon Cryer and Angus T.
So it appears there may be signs of life in a Charlie Sheen-less world. In the first promo photo for the new season of Two and a Half Men, airing in September, Jon Cryer and his remaining castmate Angus T.
Charlie Sheen's Two and a Half Men costar, Jon Cryer, may be bearing the brunt of his outrage now that he's made it clear how he feels about Chuck Lorre, the show's producer, who is in talks with actor Rob Lowe about possibly signing on.
In the town of Black Falls a powerful upstart company named Black Box Unlimited manufactures the hottest gadget on the market – a Black Box that does everything one could ever dream up; from toasting to shredding to serving as a state of the art cell phone.