It's All About Rehab
No surprise to anyone, except maybe Charlie Sheen, but Sheen entered rehab Saturday at an undisclosed facility. His manager told "People", "Charlie knows he has work to do and he is looking forward to regaining his sobriety." Sheen was supposed to be on the set of his sit-com tomorrow, but the network says the show is going on hiatus.
As Sheen enters rehab, two other celebrities leave rehab. 18-year-old Demi Lovato has finished her treatment for "emotional and physical issues" She checked into rehab in late October after she allegedly punched on of the Jonas Brothers' dancers in the face.
Also leaving rehab is David Arquette. A month after entering rehab for help with alcohol and other issues. He checked out yesterday.
"The King's Speech" Gets More Recognition
It's already nominated for a Best Picture Oscar, and this weekend "The King's Speech" received more recognition. The 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were Sunday, and the film received an award for "Outstanding Performance in a Motion Picture for the cast. Colin Firth also received the Best Actor in a Leading Role award. The Directors Build of America also bestowed awards on the film including Outstanding Feature Film Director for 2010.
Anthony Hopkins #1 At The Box Office
The new thriller starring Anthony Hopkins, "The Rite" was number one at the box office with $15-million this weekend. Coming in second was "No Strings Attached" with $13.7-million. In third it was a tie with "The Mechanic" and "The Green Hornet" with $11.5-million.