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It seems a major line-up change did little to deter fans, as "Two and a Half Men" will return for an 11th season on CBS.
Though Charlie Sheen left in 2011, the show continued on with Ashton Kutcher taking his place. This season brings another shuffle as Angus T. Jones will not appear as a regular cast member.
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For fans of animated flicks, 2013 will be a great year as “Planes” has just been assigned an August 9th release date.
The Walt Disney Pictures film is a spin-off from the popular “Cars” franchise and from the preliminary promotional materials it looks like another winner.
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Each year, the Primetime Emmy Awards are a highlight of the entertainment industry’s fall season, and Sunday evening's (September 23) ceremony definitely didn’t disappoint.
With Jimmy Kimmel tending to hosting duties, the 64th incarnation of the Emmy’s had plenty of memorable moments and appearances, with a bevy of trophies being handed out.
Always one of the more hoppin' soirees of the weekend, the 2012 Primetime Emmy Awards: Entertainment Weekly Party was the place to be in Hollywood on Friday night (September 21).
Its future was in question when Charlie Sheen got the axe, but “Two and a Half Men” seems to have recovered quite nicely- and CBS has renewed the show for another season.
According to a report, the addition of Ashton Kutcher was just what the doctor ordered, and added new life to the 8-season-old sitcom.
Toasting the best films to grace the big screen through the duration of 2011, the stars gathered together for the 64th Annual Directors Guild Of America Awards in Hollywood, California on Saturday night (January 28).
It seems he’s settled in quite nicely to his new gig on “Two and a Half Men” and Ashton Kutcher even got up close and personal with costar Jon Cryer on last night’s episode.
The “Butterfly Effect” stud planted a kiss on Cryer after hitting on a woman who turns out to be a lesbian.
He’s had a long-running career in Tinseltown, and Jon Cryer finally received his very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The “Two and a Half Men” actor was moved by his accomplishment and gave a heartfelt acceptance speech while accompanied by his CBS co-stars Ashton Kutcher and Angus T. Jones .