Monthly Archives: September 2011

Ryan Gosling Sings For George Clooney

Ryan Gosling learned that the campaign trail can get ugly in “The Ides of March.” It reminded him why it’s hard to be honest in politics. But he told me the truth about director George Clooney. Acting for him is like being in a rock band with George playing the drums.

Harry Connick, Jr.’s Leading Lady Leaves Him All Wet

In “Dolphin Tale,” Harry Connick Jr. didn’t know what to expect from his co-star Winter, the dolphin who lost her tail fin in a crab trap. The biggest surprise was her splashy sense of humor. Harry gets a laugh when he reveals what it took to bond with her.

Are Taylor Lautner & Lily Collins in love? The Real Truth.

Taylor Lautner puts his life on the line to protect Lily Collins in “Abduction.” And it definitely brings them together. So how close did they get on the set? Director John Singleton told me it was about their love scene.

Charlie Sheen: I would have fired my ass too!

Will the audience love Charlie Sheen when he’s sort of serious or did they enjoy him more out of control? Too late for that. “Work mode” Charlie is out there and even though he has given up “WINNING!”, he’s still winning.

On Jay Leno, he gave his apology, “I should have been more responsible about the condition I was showing up in.”

He also thanks his dad Martin Sheen for not giving up. All hail Martin Sheen! I’ll keep a watch on Charlie Sheen.

Here’s a preview of his over-the-top roast on Comedy Central:

The Roast of Charlie Sheen Mon, Sept 19 10/9c
Preview – Charlie’s Entrance
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Comedy Central Funny TV Shows Roast of Charlie Sheen
The Roast of Charlie Sheen Mon, Sept 19 10/9c
Preview – Seth MacFarlane – Charlie’s Obituary
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Comedy Central Funny TV Shows Roast of Charlie Sheen

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Alexander Skarsgard’s Shocking Scene

Alexander Skarsgard, that sexy hunk from “True Blood,” takes on the baddest role of his career in the remake of “Straw Dogs.” Even though he has a disturbing violent sex scene with Kate Bosworth, Skarsgard doesn’t think you should hate his character.