Now almost three-quarters of the way through its 100-episode order, FX's Charlie Sheen-centric 'Anger Management' continues raging along week after week, the latest episodes of which will come home in the upcoming 'Anger Management' Volume 3 Blu-ray and DVD release on April 15. To celebrate, we've got an exclusive look at the Volume 3 gag reel, including some scandalous cosplay, Charlie's Hunter S. Thompson impression and more!
The 1988 Western flick 'Young Guns' featured an ensemble of "who's who of '80s" talent -- including Emilio Estevez, Charlie Sheen and Kiefer Sutherland -- in a telling of the adventures of Billy the Kid during the Lincoln County War in New Mexico in the late 1800s. A smashing success at the box office, 'Young Guns' spawned a sequel and has become something of a classic in its own right. Twenty-six years later, we revisit the cast of the film and see what they're up to now.
Oliver Stone's 'Platoon' was released in 1986 and was based on the director's own experiences fighting in the Vietnam war. The film marked the first time a Vietnam veteran made a film about the war, and earned Oscars for both best picture and best director. It also helped launch the careers of young actors like Charlie Sheen and Johnny Depp. 27 years later, we revisit the cast of this classic film and see where they are now.
'Machete Kills,' Robert Rodriguez's follow-up to 2010's 'Machete,' ditches the grindhouse aesthetic and homage, and instead tries to emulate a late-'80s, early-'90s action flick -- basically, Rodriguez made the kind of movie he often makes. The result is an uninspired, joyless and oft-trashy exercise in self-indulgence. Rodriguez has spent his career making films the way he wants in his own backyard, and while you kind of have to admire the audacity of it all, the intent is questionable at best.
Assured of its 100-episode future and ignored by press as it may have been, FX's Charlie Sheen-fronted 'Anger Management' still managed to make waves in the past few months with the abrupt and controversial dismissal of series star Selma Blair. Blair's episodes continue to air until replacement Laura Bell Bundy steps in, but what does Sheen have to say in finally opening up about Blair's departure?
Hard to believe we're still writing about 'Two and a Half Men' by the 11th season, though the upcoming CBS run of the longrunning comedy may prove its most-watched in years after yet another main character leaves the show behind to become less of the original 'Two and a Half Men.' We know Amber Tamblyn will join the series as Charlie's long-lost lesbian daughter, but what does her first appearance look like?
‘Anger Management’ continues on its 90-episode, two-year run with its 42nd overall episode, “Charlie and the Prison Riot,” as Charlie finds himself in the middle of a riot after prison therapy, while Jen and the group can only watch from home, and Kate finally reveals her true feelings.
Previous episode, “Charlie Kills his Ex's Sex Life,” saw Charlie’s physical challenges of Jen’s boyfriend Canvas (Greg Cipes) leading to grave consequences, while Patrick helped Lacey cope with a difficult modeling shoot. So what did the latest episode bring? Were there more laughs to be had in the forty-second half-hour of ‘Anger Management,’ or was it the bad kind of riot?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Anger Management’ episode 42, “Charlie and the Prison Riot”!
'Anger Management’ continues on its 90-episode, two-year run with its 41st overall episode, “Charlie Kills His Ex's Sex Life,” as Charlie's physical challenges of Jen's boyfriend Canvas (Greg Cipes) leads to grave consequences, while Patrick helps Lacey cope with a difficult modeling shoot..
Previous episode, “Charlie and the Virgin,” saw Charlie's misunderstanding with Kate lead him into a relationship with a virgin patient, while Jen panicked over an accidental tattoo. So what did the latest episode bring? Were there more laughs to be had in the forty-first half-hour of ‘Anger Management,’ or was it D.O.A.?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Anger Management’ episode 41, “Charlie Kills His Ex's Sex Life”!
'Anger Management’ continues on its 90-episode, two-year run with its 40th overall episode, “Charlie and the Virgin,” as Charlie's misunderstanding with Kate leads him into a relationship with a virgin patient, while Jen panics over an accidental tattoo.
Previous episode, “Charlie and the Hit and Run,” saw Martin’s car accident lead him to take drastic measures in hiding his money, while Lacey and her sister Satine fought over Nolan. So what did the latest episode bring? Were there more laughs to be had in the fortieth half-hour of ‘Anger Management,’ or do we feel a bit sore?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Anger Management’ episode 40, “Charlie and the Virgin”!
Some weeks ago we learned that 'Anger Management' star Selma Blair was due to exit the series, having disputed with Charlie Sheen for too long, though it remained uncertain when changes would take effect. Now, Broadway 'Legally Blonde' star Laura Bell Bundy has finally been announce to succeed Selma Blair in the female role opposite Sheen, but when will the character first appear?