“Extra’s” Terri Seymour caught up with Charlie Sheen for an exclusive interview about his “Scary Movie” co-star Lindsay Lohan, ex-wife Brooke Mueller, the controversy surrounding his recent photo with Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, and the extension of his hit show "Anger Management."Charlie revealed that he bonded with LiLo over being tabloid favorites. “She's a good gal and I've been through a lot of the same stuff,” he said. “It's like I told her when I met her, just don't take it so seriously, just lead with humor and lead with your heart and the rest will work itself out.”
Actor Angus T. Jones shocked fans when he slammed “Two and a Half Men” in an online video, a rant now dubbed by Charlie Sheen as his "Hale-Bopp-like meltdown.”Was Angus brainwashed? “Extra’s” famed body language expert, Janine Driver, author of "You Can't Lie to Me," doesn’t think so. She sees Jones’ behavior as controlled and confident in the video, posted on YouTube by the Forerunner Chronicles church.
Actor Angus T. Jones issued an apology to the cast and crew of “Two and a Half Men” after slamming the hit show in a YouTube video.The online rant was a surprise, considering Jones has played Jake Harper on the show for nearly 10 years… and now earns approximately $350,000 an episode.
"Extra" was on the set of Ashton Kutcher's "Two and a Half Men," where the returning-to-prime-time star says he's not filling any big shoes for his part as billionaire Walden Schmidt. "I'm just playing the character written for me. And hoping some guy's gonna get off work and turn on his television on Monday, and take a load off."
The star, who has replaced Charlie's spot in singing the "Manly Men" theme song in the show's open, notes his new surroundings of being on the set of a sitcom. "You can't really screw around when you've got a live audience. You're either good or you're not and they're gonna let you know right away."
A new promo image was revealed for the upcoming ninth season of "Two and a Half Men," with Ashton Kutcher, Angus T. Jones and Jon Cryer. Check out the look on Jon's face!
"Two and a Half Men" star Angus T. Jones, 16, stands as the highest paid child actor on television, making $250,000 per episode.
Also scoring high in the survey, conducted by the New York Post, was "iCarly's" Miranda Cosgrove, also 16, who pockets $180,000 per episode. Selena Gomez, 17, of "Wizards of Waverly Place" earns $25,000 per episode. Their parents won't have to worry about paying for college, that's for sure.