This week a TV shows cast is making major bucks, a pop legend becomes an icon, and the Super Bowl may be getting a little weird.
Negotiations have finally concluded for the contracts of three "Big Bang Theory" stars this week, meaning that production can begin on the next season of the critically-acclaimed and Emmy-nominated sitcom. Actors Jim Parson, Kaley Cuoco, and Johnny Galecki have each signed a staggering three-year agreements that will garner them about $1 million per episode.
This comes just in time for the season premiere, currently set to return to CBS on Sept. 22nd.
Every few decades, the world is blessed with great artistry, talent, and performance. Beyonce is one of those few, according to MTV's recent announcement that they will be honoring the "Drunk In Love" singer with the Michael Jackson Vanguard Award at this year's Video Music Awards. Past winners of the award include Madonna, Justin Timberlake, The Beastie Boys, and Britney Spears.
And as an added bonus, Beyonce will also be performing at the awards show. So get ready to clear your schedule.
Weird Al Yankovich could be following up the success of his first #1 album with another first: performing at the Super Bowl. Fans of the parody singer have launched an online petition on Change.org to get Yankovich to perform at the 2015 Super Bowl halftime show.
It's not a bad idea considering the amount of star power Yankovich could bring on stage with him from the original songs he parodied. Maybe even a Robin Thicke comeback! Too soon?
Jay Z and Beyonce have been known to cause mass hysteria, heavy breathing, an medical emergencies, but one fan may have bitten off more than he can chew. This week a fan at Jay and Bey's On The Run Tour was recently charged after biting off another man's fingertip.
Roberto Garnica, 25, plead not guilty to charges that included mayhem, battery and battery with serious bodily injury after groping a woman and then starting a fight with her husband; which eventually led to him biting off the husband's left index fingertip.
Not everyone adores Miley Cyrus. Following the July 4th special airing of her concert on broadcast television, a grand total of three viewers (insert scoff) have filed complaints with the Federal Communications Commission regarding the on-air special. While three may seem like a tiny number, the FCC is still investigating if the on-air special did violate rules against indecency and profanity.
And for the record, these complaints come from three viewers out of the more than two million that watched the special.
The writers of the newest Terminator installment probably should have used spell check when creating the title for the upcoming film. Arnold Schwarzenegger recently took to Instagram to announce that production had wrapped on the 2015-slated film, and while doing so, also announced that the new film will be titled "Terminator: Genisys."
Shawn Thomas writes Lifestyle & Entertainment content for CBS Local. Follow him on Twitter.
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