March 08, 2011
LOS ANGELES, Calif.
Charlie Sheen has called his firing by CBS “illegal” and an act of “high treason.”
In his first online rant since news of his termination from “Two and a Half Men,” Sheen filmed a live video blog on his Ustream page, “Sheen’s Korner,” on Tuesday night, where he briefly addressed his firing and the men he pegs as responsible for the decision.
Plus, what new “catchphrase” did he unveil? Access the Full Story
March 02, 2011
Multi-hyphenate celebrity Kim Kardashian has released her first song, which she hopes will launch her into the music industry, on radio’s “On Air With Ryan Seacrest” on 102.7 KISS FM this morning, and so far, reactions have been mixed.
“Jam (Turn It Up)” is the name of the heavily auto-tuned dance/pop single. Part of the iTunes proceeds from the single will benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Access the Full Story
March 01, 2011
LOS ANGELES, Calif.
Charlie Sheen has had plenty to say in his recent onslaught of media interviews – now, let’s see how he does with only 140 characters.
That’s right, the embattled “Two and a Half Men” star has joined Twitter!
What did he say for his first Tweet? Access the Full Story
February 16, 2011
It’s a rags-to-riches story with sex, drugs, vast wealth and family tragedy. Perfect material for an opera.
Still, Britain’s venerable Royal Opera raised some eyebrows when it announced that its next production would be based on the short, sensational life of Playboy Playmate-turned-tabloid-superstar Anna Nicole Smith.
“Anna Nicole,” which opens Thursday, comes with an impeccably high-art cast and crew — and a warning of “extreme language, drug abuse and sexual content.” Access the Full Story
January 11, 2011
LAS VEGAS, Nev.
A source tells Access Hollywood, actor Charlie Sheen spent the weekend in Las Vegas, staying at the Palms hotel. According to online reports from both TMZ and Radar Online, he was partying with porn stars. According to another Access’ source, Sheen returned to LA last night. However, according to TMZ, Sheen was en route back to LA Tuesday morning. Access the Full Story
December 24, 2010
NEW YORK, N.Y.
It was a smooth landing for Spider-Man.
A day after Broadway’s costliest show was forced to cancel two performances following a scary fall by a stunt actor, “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” resumed previews Thursday and came off without a hitch, including virtually all its complex aerial stunts.
“It’s a safer show now,” said a clearly relieved lead actor Reeve Carney, who plays Peter Parker and his alter ego, Spider-Man, as he signed autographs following the show. “It was always safe, but now it’s safer. It was beautiful to see everyone come together tonight.” Access the Full Story