“Extra’s” Renee Bargh caught up with creator Chuck Lorre and the “Big Bang Theory” cast at the annual Paley Center for Media’s “PaleyFest” in Beverly Hills.Lorre shared his theory on why “Big Bang” is such a blast, telling Renee, “The joy on the stage translates to the show.”
Check out the Warner Bros. Television -- or shall we say “Tell-A-Vision” -- exhibit at this year’s SXSW Interactive Festival featuring writer/producer Chuck Lorre (“Two and a Half Men,” “The Big Bang Theory” and book “What Doesn’t Kill Us Makes Us Bitter”), the NBC drama “Revolution.” You’ll have a chance to pitch an original web series idea to CW digital studios!
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"Extra's" Jerry Penacoli caught up with "Two and a Half Men" creator Chuck Lorre at the PaleyFest 2012 panel discussion.
The big question remains: will TV's highest-paid man return for another season of the hit CBS show? Lorre weighed in, telling Penacoli, "I'm hopeful. There are more stories to tell and if people keep laughing, it's worth it to keep going. It's not up to me, it's up to Ashton, the whole cast, to decide whether to move forward."
At the Television Critics Association's CBS press tour Wednesday, "Two and a Half Men" star Ashton Kutcher was seen wearing his wedding ring while he talked about the future of the show with creator Chuck Lorre.
Kutcher replaced Charlie Sheen last year, and "Men" re-launched to a massive 28 million viewers in September.
CBS and Warner Bros. have officially welcomed Ashton Kutcher to the "Two and a Half Men" family.
"We are so lucky to have someone as talented, joyful and just plain remarkable as Ashton joining our family," "Men" creator Chuck Lorre said in a statement. "Added to that is the deep sigh of relief knowing that our family stays together. If I was any happier, it'd be illegal."
"Two and a Half Men" creator Chuck Lorre is reportedly hatching a reboot of his hit CBS show, without Charlie Sheen in the small screen picture.
Sources told The Hollywood Reporter that Lorre is said to have presented close associates and "Men" co-star Jon Cryer with the new plan, which would involve a significant role for Cryer and the introduction of a new, yet-to-be-cast character.
Sheen, who was fired from the show in March, is suing Lorre and Warner Bros. for $100 million, but has been talking onstage about his desire to return during his one-man "Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option" comedy tour.
According to The Reporter, Sheen is trying to work with the studio execs to be reinstated, and this week attempted to set up meetings with "Two and a Half Men" cast members. Lorre is said to remain uninterested in meeting with Sheen, and Warner Bros. sources are adamant that Sheen will not be invited back. Sorry, Charlie.
Chuck Lorre is the mastermind behind the "Teenage Mutant Night Turtles" soundtrack -- and he's worked on successful sitcoms including "Dharma & Greg" and "Two and a Half Men"! Now the writer/director/producer/composer is cemented in Hollywood history, literally, on the Walk of Fame!