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Originally posted 11/28/2012 09:30AM
After the Charlie Sheen tiger blood debacle, it would seem that nothing could shock the cast and crew of Two and a Half Men anymore.
Then came the Angus T. Jones video.
"This came as a surprise to most people. This isn't who he grew up as," a source on the show tells PEOPLE. "He's always been a good kid and he's very well-liked by everyone at the show."
The 19-year-old has blasted the CBS sitcom that pays him a reported $350,000 an episode, saying in a video posted on a religious website: "Please stop watching it. Please stop filling your head with filth."
Originally posted 11/27/2012 08:50PM
It's been a strange couple of days for Angus T. Jones.
One day after a video of the Two and a Half Men actor calling his show "filth" and urging viewers to stop watching went viral, Jones, 19, issued an apology.
"Without qualification, I am grateful to and have the highest regard and respect for all of the wonderful people on Two and a Half Men whom I have worked and over the past ten years who have become an extension of my family," Jones said in a statement Tuesday night.
Originally posted 11/27/2012 06:00PM
After Two and a Half Men star Angus T. Jones called the CBS sitcom "filth" and asked viewers to "please stop watching" in an online video, his former costar Charlie Sheen is speaking out.
"With Angus's Hale-Bopp-like meltdown, it is radically clear to me that the show is cursed," Sheen tells PEOPLE exclusively.
Sheen, 47, who now stars on the FX series Anger Management, was fired from the series in March 2011 following a felony menacing charge as a result of fight with wife Brooke Mueller. The actor later bashed the show's creator Chuck Lorre in a string of interviews.
Originally posted 08/06/2012 02:15PM
Adopting a child into an already established family can be challenging. But for Denise Richards, adopting baby Eloise has been a seamless transition, thanks in large part to her daughters Sam and Lola.
"To be honest, I didn't want to involve them that early," she said of her 7- and 8-year-old daughters.
"But when you go through the adoption process you have to do a home study, and they have to talk to [your] children, and I didn't want to talk about it with the girls that early, because it was two years before the adoption came through," she said. "I wanted to keep it private, and in our family. I'm actually glad, because it turned out to be a good thing."
Originally posted 04/20/2012 07:05PM
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Originally posted 04/02/2012 05:55AM
Timothy Olyphant seems to prefer pigskins to bowling balls. The Justified star was overheard talking about football at the FX Upfront party at Lucky Strike in N.Y.C. Thursday – when he was supposed to be joining his castmates at their lane. The event featured talent from seven series on the network (most of whom wore matching bowling shirts with their show names for a star-studded tournament).
One FX star who didn't don the uniform? Charlie Sheen, who talked about his show Anger Management with reporters and mingled amiably in a corner. Elsewhere, Archer's Judy Greer chatted with pals by her show's lane, and Louis CK made the social rounds as well.
Guests sipped cocktails from two open bars and nibbled on passed hors d'oeuvres like mac and cheese bites early, followed by warm chocolate chip cookies after 10 p.m. – right around the time that Russell Brand popped in to promote his new late night show, Strangely Uplifting. (No sign of the Brit in bowling shoes, however!) – Rennie Dyball
Originally posted 03/30/2012 01:30PM
New show. New attitude. New Charlie Sheen?
"No one seems to want to remember," says the former Two and a Half Man star, now with a new FX series, Anger Management, referring to his headline-making rants of exactly a year ago, "they all talk about 'tiger blood' and 'winning' and everything. But no one talks about what I was so upset about."
Sheen, 46, directed his anger at the time against Two and a Half Men's executive producer, Chuck Lorre. The upshot was that the CBS sitcom – which once earned Sheen a record $1.25 million per episode – was recast with Ashton Kutcher.
Originally posted 01/09/2012 09:35AM
Charlie Sheen says that last year's headline-making antics are indeed a thing of the past.
"I'm not crazy any more. That was an episode," Sheen says, laughing, as he spoke with reporters at Sunday night's Fox Network Television Critics Association party in Pasadena, Calif.
"I think I'm a different person than I was yesterday. Everything is a lot more mellow and focused and much more rooted in reality."
Sheen, 46, couldn't be more Zen about his new FX show, Anger Management, in which he will star and produce. He reports that casting is underway and that they will shoot 10 episodes in six weeks.
Originally posted 12/21/2011 04:30PM
Originally posted 12/21/2011 09:40AM
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