Anger Management On FX, Six Degrees Of Kevin Bacon & Justin Bieber Back At It: It’s The Hollywood Hotsheet!
Plenty of Anger Management is needed on the set of Charlie Sheen’s FX show…
…Because the cast is really ticked off. The Hollywood Reporter says Charlie hasn’t been showing up to work regularly forcing producers to extend production and use stand-ins for him. And Charlie’s rep is earning his pay by denying the report.
Kevin Bacon used to hate the game “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon…”
It’s where you can connect any actor back to Kevin Bacon in six movies or shows or less…and it’s been 20 years since it first burst onto the scene. Kev thought the game was making fun of him but since it has stuck around so long he actually uses it in his charity work. And he told told BuzzFeed at South by Southwest in Austin that he uses it at work sometimes because he’s acted with so many people that he can’t remember them all saying “So I will go and check someone’s Bacon Number if they’re coming to work so I don’t say, ‘Hi, nice to meet you,’ and their response is, ‘Uh, we worked together in 1995.’”
But he’s still humble adding… “It easily could have been Six Degrees of Kevin Spacey.”
Justin Bieber is just as arrogant and bratty as you think.
TMZ has the video of a four and half hour deposition in a lawsuit for his bodyguard who allegedly beating up a paparazzo. He’s such a snot throughout the depostion and in one part actually disses Usher who is his mentor. When asked if Usher was instrumental in discovering him, the Biebs says he was discovered on YouTube and was “detrimental” in his own career…of course he meant instrumental…but if he keeps going the way he has been, detrimental will be the correct word.
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