Shearer tweeted last night, "Thanks, Simpsons fans, for your support.” The actor has been in contract negotiations but talks appear to have broken down and the show's executive producer James L. Brooks announced, "The Simpsons will go on, but Harry will not be part of it -- wish him the best.”
In an interview with Extra, the actor admits he was at fault for getting fired from Two and a Half Men. And as far as how he reacted to his 2011 firing, he says, "I should have been a little more humble, more regretful, shouldn't have attacked them like I did and I probably should have begged for my job back."
You may recall that Charlie went on an epic and very public meltdown following his termination. Still, he says, "I think that what went down was fixable, and I made it irreparable." The actor then went on to star in a new series, Anger Management, which he says "was an environment of compassion, of creativity of love… Nobody yelled."
Charlie has even reconciled with his ex-wives. He says he spent Mother’s Day with Denise Richards and Brooke Mueller. "We’re all smart and accomplished, and we’re all adults. There’s so many kids involved that it’s so much better for them."
The long-running show will end with a two-hour finale on September 27th. The send-off will feature original cast members William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger, along with current star Ted Danson.
Danson will be heading over to CSI: Cyber, where he'll star alongside Patricia Arquette. Rumor also has it that Ted will have a role on the new season of Fargo which airs on the FX network.
Besides CSI: Cyber, the show spawned two other spinoffs -- CSI: NY and CSI: Miami.
How could a country filled with adorable koalas and kangaroos be so harsh? Well, the law states that dogs brought into the country must be quarantined for 10 days to make sure they're not bringing any foreign diseases into the country. Depp and Amber Heard brought their two Yorkshire Terrier dogs with them by private jet last month. Depp is in Australia shooting the new Pirates of the Caribbean film.
The country's Agriculture minister has given Depp until Saturday to get Boo and Pistol out of Australia or they'll be put down.