Mark Salling, who plays Puck on Glee, was mysteriously missing from the last episode of Glee. He had been shipped off to “juvenile hall’ and Hollywood Life thinks he may not be coming back at all!
McKinley High Schoolâ€™s bad boy Puck (played by Mark Salling), was banished to juvenile hall in the first scene of the Oct. 12 episode of Glee â€” and it looks like neither Puck nor Mark will be on the show for the foreseeable future. A source on the set tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively why Mark, 28, is out.
Weâ€™re told that Mark may have breached his contract by pursuing his own music career too aggressively. â€œMark has been really focused on his own music and itâ€™s actually gotten in the way of his Glee stuff,â€ our insider explains.
Mark has been very public about his rock-jazz fusion band, Jericho, which has released two albums, Smoke Signals in 2008 and Pipe Dreams just this month. According to our source, Glee execs are unhappy about Mark putting his music before the TV show â€” and were willing to axe his character to lay down the law.
Mark doesnâ€™t appear to care. â€œHis band means the world to him and he thinks thatâ€™s more important than the show at this point,â€ the source tells us, adding, â€œHeâ€™s young â€” and I think his team is giving him bad advice.â€
I honestly can’t imagine the show without him!
Brad Pitt stopped by to visit Angelina Jolie on the set of her directorial debut in Hungary this afternoon.
Jolie, 35, has teamed up with Oscar-winning producer Graham King on her yet untitled film, which began shooting last week â€“ and she’s already assembled a European cast for the love story set against the backdrop of the Bosnian War.
Before joining his family in Hungary, Pitt was filming his new movie Moneyball, most recently in Boston. His children, meanwhile, have enrolled in a French-American school in Budapest.
TMZ has learned that not only was Courteney Cox okay with David Arquette’s phone call to Howard Stern, she knew exactly what he was going to say, down to his comment about having sex with another woman!
They don’t call it Hollyweird fer nothin!
Sources in a position to know tell TMZ … David and Courteney talked before David made his appearance on Howard’s radio show, and she was “fine” with what David would say.
But here’s a twist … David just tweeted he “shared too much” on the Stern show, adding, “It’s alright for me to be honest about my own feelings but in retrospect some of the information I provided involved others and for that I am sorry and humbled.”