Charlie Sheen And Warner Bros. Argue Over Whether Or Not They Talked

On April 14, 2011, in Celeb, by nadia

With all the gossiping and bickering back and forth between Charlie Sheen and Warner Bros, it’s almost like we’re in high school again, if our high school had warlocks.

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With all the gossiping and bickering back and forth between Charlie Sheen and Warner Bros, it’s almost like we’re in high school again, if our high school had warlocks. Well, actual warlocks. Earlier this week, Charlie Sheen’s return to Two And A Half Men looked like a real possibility. “There have been discussions, but I was asked not to divulge anything,” Sheen admitted on Boston’s WBZ-FM on Tuesday. However, as of today Warner Bros. denies Sheen’s return to Two And A Half Men, claiming “Those statements are false. As you know, there have been no discussions, there are no discussions and there will be no discussions, regarding his returning to or having any involvement with the series.”

However, Marty Singer, Sheen’s lawyer, is now saying Warner Bros. lied about not meeting with Sheen. “There have been discussions as late as Tuesday, and all parties have been involved — Warner Bros., CBS, Chuck Lorre and Charlie Sheen,” Singer maintains. “Charlie did not lie about the discussions. There WERE discussions.” Earlier this week Charlie’s lawyer also sent a letter to Warner Bros. allegedly they owe Sheen payment for work done in season 7 of the show. Ugh, it’s like when we made out in the back of the band bus with the smelly kid and then denied it so our friends wouldn’t tease us. These two just need own up to it and admit that secretly, deep down, they kind of like each other. And money. They love money.

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New Hangover Part II Character Posters Look Like Sweaty, Regrettable Fun

On April 14, 2011, in Article, Celeb, by nadia

If the Hangover Part II trailer didn’t give you enough of a sense of what the sequel, opening May 26, will be like, the new Hangover Part II character posters really convey the grimy, panicky good times in store for the Wolfpack. In the promo ads, Bradley Cooper , Ed Helms , Justin Bartha , Ken Jeong and Zach Galifiankis are joined by the film’s break-out star, an adorable monkey in a jean vest

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If the Hangover Part II trailer didn’t give you enough of a sense of what the sequel, opening May 26, will be like, the new Hangover Part II character posters really convey the grimy, panicky good times in store for the Wolfpack. In the promo ads, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Justin Bartha, Ken Jeong and Zach Galifiankis are joined by the film’s break-out star, an adorable monkey in a jean vest. Add to these photos the fact that director Todd Phillips commissioned an original Hangover Part II song from Glenn Danzig, plus the news that The Notebook director Nick Cassavetes is replacing Liam Neeson in the role of a grody tattoo artist, and we’re counting on the movie being one filthy, nearly hallucinatory good time.

[Photos: Collider]

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Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes Trailer Full Of Serious James Franco, Apes

On April 14, 2011, in Celeb, by nadia

With Your Highness and his Oscar hosting gig big flops, it’s good that James Franco is getting back to the quality dramatic work that has separated him from the other Judd Apatow -born goofballs. In the trailer for this summer’s Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes , James plays a serious doctor who’s discovered a serious drug that allows “the brain to repair itself,” with his serious pronouncement “we call it…the cure” followed by one of those dramatic foghorn whomps from the Inception trailer.

With Your Highness and his Oscar hosting gig big flops, it’s good that James Franco is getting back to the quality dramatic work that has separated him from the other Judd Apatow-born goofballs. In the trailer for this summer’s Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes, James plays a serious doctor who’s discovered a serious drug that allows “the brain to repair itself,” with his serious pronouncement “we call it…the cure” followed by one of those dramatic foghorn whomps from the Inception trailer. Though fellow Danny Boyle vet Freida Pinto is worried, James tells her the drug “has the potential to change lives” (whomp) and goes on to “the next phase” (whomp). Unfortunately, the drug makes all the test apes smart, and “our greatest discovery” becomes “our greatest threat.” Whomp.

So far the reaction from fans has been “yeah, but we’ve got guns,” so hopefully there’s some explanation in the film why we can’t just shoot all these damn dirty apes before they take over the Earth and ruin things for Charlton Heston. Either way, if there’s more awesome The Birds-style shots of apes patiently waiting to crush some human like in the trailer, this should be a lot of fun even if serious James Franco is serious throughout.

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