Brad Pitt talks "Moneyball"
HOLLYWOOD HOOKUP (FOX44) – Charlie Sheen and Warner Brothers reportedly making a deal. The former “Two and a Half Men” star will get 100-million dollars he wanted from the show's producers, after what he called wrongful termination. The 100-million will come in syndication profits over the next decade.
– Speaking of “Two and a Half Men”, more than 27-million people tuned in to see Ashton Kutcher’s debut on the show. Nielsen says that's more than any other episode in the first eight seasons when Charlie Sheen was the star.
– Robert Pattinson may be making the leap from vampire to crooner. US Weekly's reporting the 25-year-old "Twilight" star will be recording an album. The actor has two songs on the original "Twilight" soundtrack.
– Stars from the new movie "Moneyball" are feeling like they've hit a home run. It's about Oakland a GM Billy Beane's successful attempt to put together a baseball club on a budget. Brad Pitt says he learned a lot about pro ball from playing the part. "I never looked at baseball from the economic standpoint. I didn't understand the inequalities that one team may have because the payroll of another team." “Moneyball” hits theaters Friday.
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