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[HMG Celebrity News] – Charlie Sheen has packed more unfettered living into the past six months than most of us could in ten years. And as his ‘Two and a Half Men’ co-star, Jon Cryer told Conan last night it often makes him worry what Chuck could do next;
“It’s always a little weird because the stuff you hear is just unbelievable,” the 45-year old Emmy winner told Coco. “I’m checking TMZ every day to know if I have to go to work at all.”
Even at work, where he can get the latest scandal direct from the source, the stories get pretty weird.
“There was a story they found Charlie’s car at theMore >
Nominations for the 62nd Annual Emmy Awards were announced today, with Lost, Glee, Mad Men and a familiar group of actors and actresses leading the way.
The coveted television hardware will be doled out August 29, with NBC airing the live telecast. Below is a list of Emmy nominees in the 10 major categories.
Did your favorite shows and stars make it? Where they snubbed? Check out which programs, actors and actresses received nods below and comment away:
LostBreaking BadDexterMad MenTrue BloodThe Good Wife
Glee and Lea Michele both earned nominations for Emmys in theMore >
After a lot of speculation and a lot of negotiations, Charlie Sheen will return to the hit TV comedy series Two and a Half Men. He’s signed back on for two more seasons.
TMZ is reporting that while Sheen had asked for $2M per episode, he is getting more than what CBS was initially offering, which was less than $1M. Previous estimates were that he’d get about $1.3M per episode, but there’s no exact word yet. CBS is probably pretty happy because now they can announce their Fall 2010 lineup this Wednesday. A source told TMZ that Sheen is happy.
Yeah, no kidding. He’s on one of the hottestMore >
CBS only has a couple of days before they announce their fall 2010 TV lineup, and the negotiations to bring back Charlie Sheen as Charlie Harper in one of the raunchiest comedies, Two and a Half Men, are still ongoing. Sheen apparently is now asking for $2M-plus, which is a lot more than the rumored $1.5M he asked for previously, and of course significantly more than $825K he currently makes. And depending on the day of the week it is, Sheen appears indifferent about whether he comes back or not.
The show will be on CBS for at least a couple more years, and while all the characters areMore >