The new season of “Two and a Half Men” kicks off on September 26! While Alan (Jon Cryer) and Walden (Ashton Kutcher) are both single, they do have a new woman in their lives… Jenny (Amber Tamblyn).
The drifter, debauched party girl and wannabe actress, happens to be Charlie Harper’s daughter, and a niece that Alan never knew existed. Basically, in Kutcher’s words, she’s a “clone” of her dad.
Actress Miley Cyrus is all grown up and snuggling up to Ashton Kutcher on a new episode of “Two and a Half Men” -- while wearing lingerie!photos show Miley prancing around wearing short shorts, bikini tops and little dresses, before slipping into bed with Ashton’s character.
"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."
"Extra" host Mario Lopez caught up with actor Jon Cryer on the 2011 Emmys Red Carpet and asked if Cryer will watch the Comedy Central roast of his former "Two and a Half Men" co-star, Charlie Sheen.
"I'm not going to watch the roast because they are mean. I don't like roasts and I certainly don't like roasts of people I like," said Cryer. "So it's not really going to be something that I'm going to enjoy."
Paul McCartney, 69, will reportedly marry fiancée Nancy Shevell this weekend at his farmhouse in Sussex, England. Love is all you need! Read full story at ABCNews.com.
Here are more "Extra" scoop headlines for September 14!
Winehouse's Father Says He Fought to Get Her Clean -- AP
Jon Cryer on Charlie Sheen: 'We Have Not Spoken' - USA Today
Harvey Weinstein Invites Michele Bachmann to a Very Special Tea Party - The Guardian
J.J. Abrams Signs to Direct 'Star Trek 2' - EW.com
'Kate Plus 8' Finale Gets Show's Best Ratings in over a Year - Celebrity Cafe.com
"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."
Ashton Kutcher taped his first episode of "Two and a Half Men" Friday, tweeting, "Preparing to tape the first ep of 2.5. Little nervous. All will be revealed!"
The episode taping, which took place Friday night, showed Charlie Harper's funeral scene, but audience members did not learn how he dies, according to TMZ. Sources claimed the audience only saw parts of the funeral, which featured Jon Cryer, Angus T. Jones, Melanie Lynskey and Jenny McCarthy.