Will the 'Two and a Half Men' crazy never end? Earlier this week, all eyes were on young star Angus T. Jones when his "Forerunner Chrconicles" religious rants hit the web, denouncing the ten-year show as "filth" and urging viewers not to watch. Since then, Jones has since apologized and vowed to remain with the series, in spite of Charlie Sheen's comments, but could recent guest star Miley Cyrus be on deck to replace Jones? Almost certainly so, according to insiders!
It's hard to think of Miley Cyrus as anything other than Hannah Montana, even now when she's smoking bongs, cutting her hair to look like Draco Malfoy and getting engaged to 'The Hunger Games' heartthrob Liam Hemsworth. Perhaps if she lands a gig on the Lifetime network playing one of the most infamously recognized criminals in history, she'll be able to completely break that image.
So, Miley Cyrus got a haircut -- Have you seen this? Have you heard about this? -- and it basically looks as if Hannah Montana snuck into her bedroom one night with a pair of scissors crying, "Miley, Miley, Miley! It's all about Miley!" The only good thing to come of this new "edgier" look is the Photoshop revolution of plastering it on other celebrities. Well, that and the latest revelation that her and Draco Malfoy are now the same person.
Well if you're going to go down, go down singing, right Is that how that goes? Hmm. It's still unknown whether or not 'Two and a Half Men' will begin its final season when the tenth year debuts on September 27, or if an eleventh season is in the cards, but for now things are certainly kicking off with a bang. We'd already heard that legendary singer Michael Bolton would be dropping by the show as himself, but now edgy pop sensation Miley Cyrus is the latest big name attached to 'Two and a Half Men' season 10. The real question is, who will she play, and for how long?
They weren't always huge stars. Even today's A-listers were once yesterday's struggling actors. Now they have directors dying to work with them but back in the day, they sat in a waiting room with hundreds of other hopefuls, waiting for an audition and their big break
No, that wasn't a typo and we are - like - totally not laughing. 'LOL,' starring Miley Cyrus and Demi Moore, has been completed for a few years now, so what has taken Lionsgate so long to release it? And why are they giving it the ol' quiet shove into 100 theaters, sans marketing, on May 4?