It was kind of inevitable that noted 9/11 truther Charlie Sheen would make a movie about that day, but it’s a little surprising that not only Gina Gershon, but Whoopi Goldberg would both agree to star in it. Not surprising: the trailer for Sheen’s 9/11 is shockingly, impressively bad.
As was widely rumored yesterday following NBC’s official notice that Charlie Sheen would be making a “revealing personal announcement,” the actor has come forward to publicly reveal that he is HIV positive. Sheen’s appearance on the Today show to declare this intimate battle seems solemnly appropriate given how highly-publicized and well-documented his struggles have been throughout the years.
We’ve mostly stayed away from any ‘Two and a Half Men’ hubbub since Charlie Sheen’s crazy days settled down, and Angus T. Jones similarly talked himself out of a job, but with the CBS comedy’s series finale firmly set for February 19, we’re at least curious if Charlie Sheen can negotiate a return appearance. Judging by Ashton Kutcher’s coy performance in a recent ‘Ellen’ interview, that looks to be the case.
Whereas CBS' decision to not move forward with 'HIMYM' spinoff 'How I Met Your Dad' proved pretty surprising, the fate of 'Two and a Half Men' was long overdue. The Ashton Kutcher comedy will indeed return for season 12 this fall, though the network finally confirmed that one of Chuck Lorre's flagship vehicles will come to a merciful end with a series finale thereafter.
Leave it to ‘Jackass’ star Steve-O to close a show with a bang. At the end of Charlie Sheen‘s Comedy Central roast, Steve-O dove headlong into Mike Tyson’s outstretched fist for reasons that probably only made sense to him.
Charlie Sheen is still "winning"...well kind of. He'll be roasted next month on Comedy Central.
The first batch of roasters include Mike Tyson, Steve-O of "Jackass" fame and Comedy Roast veterans Jeffrey Ross & Anthony Jeselnik who will all pile on with the yucks in roasting Sheen next month.
Charlie Sheen signed a deal with Lionsgate to star in a new sitcom that is based of an adaptation of the movie 'Anger Management'. The show is promised 10 episodes with an option for an additional 90 episodes if the show reaches a specified level in the ratings.
Charlie has admittedly been a loose cannon over the last year, and hopes that his myth like persona can carry this new show past the 10