Lindsay Lohan will take Charlie Sheen as her date to the premiere of Scary Movie 5, according to a statement from the Weinstein Company. Lohan and Sheen share a comical bedroom scene in the film, and the two will walk the red carpet event together in Los Angeles on Thursday.
David Letterman banned Harmony Korine from the Late Show in the late 90s when he caught the director rummaging through Meryl Streep's purse. The issue came up on Monday night while James Franco was a guest on the show.
The first of images of Katherine Webb in the 2013 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue are now available, giving fans a glimpse of what to expect from the rest of the magazine. Webb, a former Miss Alabama USA, gained national recognition earlier in the year when ESPN commentator Brent Musberger heaped praise on her during the BCS National Championship game when she was supporting her boyfriend, University of Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron.
Kate Upton, 20, and nine of her fellow Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue models read the Top 10 on Late Show with David Letterman Monday night. David Letterman, 65, in recent years, has had the honor of unveiling who the cover girl for the swimsuit edition will be.
Kathy Griffin took her awkward on-air relationship with Anderson Cooper to a new level when she mockingly kissed Cooper’s crotch while the two covered New Year's Eve for CNN on Monday night. Cooper, who is openly gay, mentioned a drinking game proposed on Twitter in which people would have to drink whenever Cooper nervously laughed at one of Griffin’s jokes.
Hurricane Sandy might have brought the city of New York to its knees on Monday, but it sure didn't stop dedicated late night talk show hosts David Letterman and Jimmy Fallon from showing up to work — even though they had no audiences to perform for.
President Barack Obama, 51, had a busy night on Tuesday, but he was all smiles when he visited CBS's Late Show with David Letterman as a guest for the second time since he took office in 2009. The topic of the hour, of course, focused on comments recently released online by Mother Jones of Mitt Romney speaking openly at a private fundraiser earlier this year, where the presidential hopeful addressed a group of his peers, unaware he was being recorded.
Now that a good deal of the former Saturday Night Live talent has moved on to make room for newcomers Aidy Bryant, Tim Robinson and Cecily Strong, it's also likely that some existing cast members like Kate McKinnon, Taran Killam, Nasim Pedrad and Jay Pharoah, many of whom have previously merely subsisted in the shadows of SNL greats like Kristen Wiig and Andy Samberg, who bid adieu to the late night sketch comedy program last season, will get a clearer chance to shine in the upcoming 38th season.