WHOA! Looks like Orlando Bloom doesn't take shiz from anybody!
Especially not Justin Bieber!
So, Bieber being the
child person that he is, decided to stir the pot and yelled at Orlando saying:
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Hank is going to Broadway!!
No, the show is NOT being turned into Broadway play! (That would be WAY too dirty for the stage!)
Season 6 of Californication will be set in the fabulous theater district of NYC.
The reason behind the move is…. (SPOILER ALERT!) David Duchovny's character, Hank, will be producing a stage play based on his novel.
A show insider said:
The FOX network is set to turn 25, and for its birthday it has invited some oldies but goodies to the television party!!
Along with a special revival of In Living Color, FOX plans on getting together David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson and X-Files creator Chris Carter for a segment in which they will (maybe??) answer all those unanswered nagging questions about what was really 'out there.'
Noooooooo! Don't leave us, Hank Moody!
During a recent interview, David Duchovny announced to the world that he'd like to see his Californication character die:
"I always wanted to see Hank die. I always like the idea of a character on television dying just so you’re never going to have to come back and do it again."
While we could absolutely support the idea of killing off a character for artistic reasons, we think it's kind of lameballs that David would want his character dead JUST so he wouldn't have to reprise his role.
What do U think? Would U like to see the death of Hank Moody???
We had a feeling these shows would start strong!
Last night, a bunch of shows premiered on Showtime…and the ratings were overall quite positive!
House of Lies' series premiere brought in 1.08 million viewers, and a total of 1.38 mil for its three showings! Not bad at all!
As far as returning series' are concerned, Shameless' second season premiere brought in an impressive 1.58 million viewers, which is a 61% increase from last January's series premiere! After all its airings for the night, the show brought in a total of 2.06 million viewers! Wowsa!
Californication's season premiere was down
David Duchovny recently went to a Buddhist meditation retreat at a monastery in upstate New York.
You'd think that'd probably be a really relaxing trip, but apparently it was almost the opposite.
"I just went on a retreat to a zen monastery in upstate New York. It's a type of Buddhism and meditation is a big part of it.
I'm a beginner, I've only been meditating for a little while. You pay a fee to go for this weekend and what I didn't know is that even though you pay a fee they put you to work immediately.
You go there and first you bus some tables after you eat and they had me working in the garden everyday for an hour-and-a-half. It was fun, I was shoveling horse shit out there. You pay money and then you shovel horse shit!"
There was of course, times where he wasn't knee deep in manure.
There was a lot of meditation. Though that didn't seem too relaxing either.
"You're meditating quite a lot, 45 minutes maybe three or four times a day… and it's a very strict kind of monastery, they don't want you moving at all while you're meditating. You're sitting cross-legged or sitting on your heels. Your feet go numb… but I figured out a way to cheat and to move.
There's a guy who walks around with a stick and he's banging it and you can ask him to hit you on the shoulders with the stick and it's supposed to hit a pressure point and relieve some sort of stress, so I as he walks by, you're supposed to (bow). This means, 'Please hit me'.
I'd hear him come around and hear him whacking people and when he comes I'll be able to adjust a little, that's all I'm thinking about [because] I'm so uncomfortable. So when he comes round I [bow] and he hits me once here (right shoulder) and he hits me there (left shoulder) and then you do this [bow] which means, 'Thank you for hitting me', so I got to adjust."
Sounds like he figured out how to make his stay somewhat enjoyable.
And even though it might not have been exactly what he expected, he did seem to think it was worthwhile, saying:
"I'm a seeker, a searcher, a seeker of wisdom. I don't know [if it was helpful]. It's hard to say how it gets into your life but I feel that it did.
I would go back. They have people who are there for three months, six months, people who spend their life there."
We're glad you didn't have a bad time shoveling horsie poo!
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Three years may have passed, but it doesn't look like much has changed!
Check out the newly released promos (above) for season five of Showtime's Californication, which takes place three years after the events in season four!
Will things finally work out for Hank this season? Or will he get into shizstorm after shizstorm, leading up to a gut-wrenching season finale?!?!?!?
We're thinking the latter!
Are U excited for another David Duchovynlicious season of Californication???
We wish it was another 9 seasons of the X Files, but we'll take what we can get…
… and what we're getting is a new show called Unique, which has