July 18th, 2012 by faye
Actor Charlie Sheen appeared on the “Tonight Show with Jay Leno” on Monday, and talked about a number of topics, which included his decision to leave the Twitter universe, having attended personally classes about anger management, his famous $1 million donation to the USO, as well as how he lost his virginity.
According to reports, the former “Two and a Half Men” star said that the momentous occasion of losing his virginity took place with a hooker named Candy at a Las Vegas hotel when he was just 15 years old. What’s more, his father, movie star Martin Sheen, paid for both himself and his cousin Joey with his credit card.
Charlie Sheen told host Jay Leno that before the incident, he was hanging out with his cousin, Joey, looking through the Yellow Pages.
“We were going to order a pizza, and that plan changed,” the actor jokingly told host, JayLeno.
Charlie Sheen said that he “borrowed his [father's] credit card,” and told his cousin, “I’m kinda paying for this… you’re going second.”
“I remember having the greatest night of my life,” the “Hotshots!” actor is quoted as saying. “Two weeks later my father wanted to know about this bill on his statement.”
Charlie Sheen became known later as something for his reputation as a ladies man with a distinct inclination towards escorts and porn stars.
Earlier this year, the actor talked about his infamous meltdown back in 2011, where he fiercely ranted about having “tiger blood” and being a “warlock,” while in March of the same year, he told “Today” show host Matt Lauer that he did not recognize himself.
“I was going to do a documentary that I shot during the tour and the build-up during the meltdown. Looking at a lot of the stuff, it was like, ‘Ooh, can’t put that back out.’ I didn’t recognize parts of who that guy was,” Charlie Sheen told host Lauer.
“The verbiage and him looking like a real, insane wordsmith was fine. But it was a trip down,” Sheen added.
The actor’s new comedy show “Anger Management” debuts on FX on June 28.
The character roles of Charlie Sheen in various films have included Chris Taylor in the 1986 Vietnam War drama “Platoon,” Jake Kesey in the 1986 film “The Wraith,” and Bud Fox in the 1987 film “Wall Street.” Sheen’s career has also included more films with a comedy theme, such as “Major League,” the “Hot Shots!” films, as well as “Scary Movie 3” and “Scary Movie 4.” Meanwhile, on television, the actor is known for his stint on two sitcoms: as Charlie Crawford on “Spin City” and as Charlie Harper on the long-running show ”Two and a Half Men.” Back in 2010, Sheen was said to be the highest paid actor on television, earning US$1.8 million per episode of “Two and a Half Men.”
July 13th, 2012 by faye
Actor Charlie Sheen is reportedly planning to shut down his Twitter account.
The “Hot Shots” star has popularly attracted one million followers in just two days after he joined the Twitter universe last year, during the height of his famous “meltdown.” But now, he seems to have changed his tune because there have been reports that Charlie Sheen is planning to abandon the social networking site, leaving behind his eight million followers in limbo.
According to sources of the media outlet TMZ, 46-year-old Sheen will be deleting his Twitter account in a matter of days, or possibly even hours because of the fact that he “feels like he’s not getting anything out of the social network.
Charlie Sheen was able to attract millions of Twitter followers last year during the height of his self-confessed “psychotic break,” with his talk of possessing ”tiger blood,” his “goddess” girlfriends, as well as his party heavy lifestyle.
As it was recalled, Charlie Sheen’s first post on Twitter was in reference to a “goddess” named Bree Olsen, which the actor posted a photograph of himself with her, while holding a bottle of chocolate milk along with his catchphrase “Winning” and “Choose your vice.”
After he was famously fired from his hit sitcom “Two and a Half Men” just last year, Charlie Sheen is now starring in a new comedy TV show called “Anger Management.” The show is loosely based on the 2003 movie of Adam Sandler with the same title, and features Charlie Sheen as therapist, Dr. Charlie Goodson.
The first double episode of his new comedy series debuted on U.S network, FX, with an astounding 5.7 million viewers, but ratings were reportedly down in its second week to a more disgruntling 3.37 million.
June 29th, 2012 by edsel
A representative of Charlie Sheen dispelled rumors that the ‘Anger Management’ actor hired a bunch of call girls and thrashed a Ritz-Carlton hotel room in New York City while supposedly on a trip with his ex-wife and kids.
According to The Hollywood Gossip, several media outlets claimed that Sheen went for a repeat performance of his October 2010 meltdown. The volatile actor allegedly abandoned his charming ex-wife Denise Richards and cute kids to party with a bunch of NYC call girls at a room in the Ritz-Carlton hotel. And Charlie Sheen and company supposedly partied so hard that they ended up thrashing the place.
However, Sheen’s representative tells Us Weekly that the ‘Anger Management‘ actor did not thrash a room or hire call girls.
“Charlie did not trash his hotel room,” said the spokesperson. He also confirmed that Charlie Sheen did check in to room 2207 last Friday and checked out of the same room this Wednesday. In fact, the ’Anger Management’ actor was on his best behavior yet.
“Charlie was not told that he is no longer welcome at the Ritz Carlton,” Sheen’s spokesperson declared, to which a spokesperson for the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company concurred.
“The hotel room was in pristine condition on Friday, June 22,” said the Ritz-Carlton rep regarding the room that hosted Charlie Sheen, “And remains so today Tuesday, June 26.”
In addition, “Should Mr. Sheen wish to book a room in any Ritz-Carlton hotel in the portfolio,” the hotel spokesperson expressed that “We would be delighted to host his stay.”
The reformed Charlie Sheen makes his big TV comeback this Thursday evening in the FX series ‘Anger Management.’
June 22nd, 2012 by edsel
Charlie Sheen regretted how he ruined his relationship with former ‘Two And A Half Men’ star Jon Cryer, whom he had called a “traitor” and a “troll.”
Perez Hilton reported that Sheen’s recent interview with Playboy saw the 46-year-old ‘Anger Management’ star admitting to taking it all out on co-star Cryer during Sheen’s last few weeks on the hit comedy show. ”That was wrong,” he admitted. “I whaled on him unnecessarily…”
According to Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer ”was trying to keep the sh-t together” on the show, “trying to cover my ass,” and also trying to “pick up the slack. He just got caught in the crossfire,” Sheen said.
After calling Cryer “a beautiful man and a f**king fabulous dude,” Sheen also admitted to Playboy that “I miss him.”
According to Perez Hilton, Sheen claimed that “I need to repair that relationship, and I will.” He vowed to reach out and do whatever he needed to mend fences with Cryer.
An apology would probably be easy or even unneeded. In an interview with David Letterman, which took place after Ashton Kutcher replaced Charlie Sheen on ‘Two and a Half Men,’ Jon Cryer expressed his desire for his former colleague to be healthy and happy.
“I want him to stay sober,” Jon Cryer said of Charlie Sheen. “I want him to be reunited with his family. That would be the best thing,” he believed.
June 21st, 2012 by edsel
In an interview with Playboy, Charlie Sheen blamed Dave Chappelle for costing him his ‘Two and a Half Men’ gig… among other things.
Gossip Cop reported that the 46-year-old ’Anger Management’ star covered a slew of topics. First off, Charlie Sheen told Playboy that he got fired from ‘Two and a Half Men’ because CBS and Fox mistook a Dave Chapelle-induced hernia for an OD.
“Everybody thought I had OD’d or whatever,” Sheen said. He called paramedics because “I had a f**king hernia blow out of my stomach.” And what did Dave Chappelle do to give Sheen a hernia? “Remember the scene where he’s a blind white supremacist who doesn’t know he’s black?” he asked Playboy.
“It’s f**king hilarious. I’d never seen it,” Charlie Sheen claimed, “And I laughed myself into a hernia. That is 100 percent true,” he vowed. ”It’s his fault. There you go. Dave Chappelle cost me my job,” he repeated for Playboy.
According to Gossip Cop, the catchphrases Sheen uttered during his meltdown “came out of nowhere.”
“It wasn’t planned. It was just random. The tiger blood?” Charlie Sheen confessed to Playboy that “I don’t know.” Post-meltdown, the tiger was “just a very dangerous animal. And there’s a tiger in ‘Apocalypse Now,’ by the way,” he added, referring to his old movie, “So maybe there’s a connection there.”
As for Adonis DNA? “I don’t know what the f**k that was about,” Sheen told Playboy. He called that line “stupid” for going “a little far.”
And speaking of Adonis, Playboy brought up Sheen’s attraction to prostitutes. “I’m not saying I’ll never be with a prostitute again,” Sheen said. “But it’s hard. Parts of it are soulless,” he noted, “And parts of it are nourishing. It’s always a roll of the dice,” he thought.
Playboy then asked Charlie Sheen how he would discipline his kids if they made a big mistake. “They have one, maybe two chances to call me anytime,” said the ‘Anger Management’ star. He promised that there will be “no questions asked;” he will just come and get them.
“But if there are signs of any physical damage on their bodies,” the ‘Platoon’ actor added, “Then there’s going to be gunplay involved.”
Charlie Sheen told Playboy that “It’s a whole different story for whatever house they’re leaving.” According to him, “That sh*t gets burned to the ground. When it comes to my kids,” he declared, “I don’t play around.”
The Playboy issue featuring the interview with Charlie Sheen will hit shelves on June 29.
June 20th, 2012 by edsel
In an interview with The New York Times, Charlie Sheen reportedly planned to retire after his upcoming FX show, ‘Anger Management,’ which he called his “swan song.”
“I’ve been doing this 30 years,” Sheen said in an interview. “And there’s a lot more out there to do than make-believe, you know?”
Gossip Cop reported that the ‘Anger Management‘ star might change his mind as time went by. But Charlie Sheen also said that he was really looking forward to taking his twin sons Bob and Max (his children by ex-wife Brooke Mueller) to “soccer games and amusement parks.”
Sheen also stated that he did not want to do another live tour like his infamous ‘My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option’ stage show, which he underwent after his scandalous dismissal from ‘Two and a Half Men’ last year.
“Hell, no,” Charlie Sheen told The New York Times. He claimed that his experience during the stage show taught him to “stick to what you know.”
Gossip Cop reported that the ‘Anger Management’ star also told the paper that he refused to take drug tests for his new employers at FX. Charlie Sheen declared that his FX bosses knew that working with him was “not always going to be smooth sailing.”
The 46-year-old actor also refused to “grow up. I don’t believe in failure, fatigue, or excuses,” he claimed. “You’re on two hours’ sleep,” Sheen asked, “And you’re shooting your eighth scene of the day — so what? Do it,” he urged.
According to Charlie Sheen, “The Nike slogan doesn’t say ‘Just Try It’” or “‘Just Good Luck With It,’” he pointed out. “It says ‘Just Do It,’” Sheen explained, “And you do it.”
June 11th, 2012 by edsel
The active volcano that was Charlie Sheen erupted outside the Staples Center on Wednesday night after a female security guard told him to “F**ck off.”
According to The Hollywood Gossip, Sheen left the arena during Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals to have a smoke. When he tried to get back inside, a female security guard refused to allow him to reenter per the no re-entry policy enforced by the Staples Center.
The volatile ‘Anger Management’ star promptly spewed magma at the guard. ”You know what?” Charlie Sheen reportedly challenged. “F*%king blow my balls, alright,” he yelled, “You f*%king asshole.”
Friends of the actor attempted to keep Charlie Sheen away from the ever-present cameras. But the former star of ‘Two and a Half Men’ continued to rag on the security guard.
“Have common sense and common courtesy gone in society?” Sheen demanded outside the Staples Center. “That was what I was trying to impress upon her,” he explained.
According to The Hollywood Gossip, after the encounter, the female security guard reportedly told a curious paparazzo that she told Charlie Sheen to “F**k off.”
Even before his altercation with the security guard, Sheen was apparently already in a foul mood. When he entered the Staples Center, someone screamed “You ever done bath salts?” at him. The fan was referring to the recent spate of ‘zombie cannibal’ incidents reportedly caused by bath salts.
“Would you ask me that at a f*%king dinner party, you moron?” Sheen bellowed back. “Go f*%k yourself.”
And when another fan urged the actor to “f*%k all the hos tonight!” Charlie Sheen gave him the scathing reply of “I thought your mother and sister weren’t available.”
May 29th, 2012 by edsel
Charlie Sheen would have been “honored” had he snagged the Super Bowl ring of NFL Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor. But he also said that he didn’t snag it.
According to TMZ, Sheen disproved widespread media reports that he was the mystery buyer who dropped $230,000 for Taylor’s Super Bowl XXV ring.
Lawrence Taylor gave his Super Bowl ring to his son TJ as a gift. The boy decided to make a quick buck by putting the ring up for auction without getting his father’s permission. The ring went for $230,401 to an unknown buyer. Taylor later said in an interview that he was okay with his son’s decision.
Taylor’s agent Mark Lepster informed various media outlets about his hunch that Charlie Sheen was the anonymous buyer of the Super Bowl ring. Sheen was known to be an avid sports memorabilia collector.
But Sheen told TMZ in an interview that Lepster was mistaken. “As much as I would be honored to own such an important artifact,” Sheen said about th ring ofe Lawrence Taylor, “I had nothing to do with the acquisition.”
According to TMZ, Charlie Sheen did own the 1927 World Series ring of Babe Ruth, the contract that sold Ruth from the Boston Red Sox to the New York Yankees, and the infamous Bill Buckner ball.
May 4th, 2012 by edsel
The representative of Charlie Sheen called a strip club “despicable parasites” for having the cheek to actually host a party in the room they named after the recently sobered-up actor.
Earlier, E! News reported that the Cheetahs Gentlemen’s Club -a strip club on New York City’s Times Square- had opened a ‘Charlie Sheen VIP Room’ on its premises. The ‘Anger Management’ star immediately got his attorney on the case.
But threats of legal action did not faze the club at all. In fact, Cheetahs planned to open the ’Charlie Sheen VIP Room‘ to reporters on Thursday evening, with the night’s feature being the ‘Art of Body Sushi.’
“Charlie has nothing to do with this,” Sheen’s rep, Larry Solters, told E! News in an exclusive interview, “And it is unfortunate that these despicable parasites have not been exterminated.”
According to the invitation for tomorrow night’s eat-and-greet, Sam Zherka, president of Cheetahs’ parent company, attempted to persuade Sheen not to “kill his own party.”
The Cheetahs shindig is apparently going down another way, though. Sheen’s attorney, Martin Singer, sent a cease-and-desist letter to the club. And according to Singer, Cheetahs Gentlemen’s Club complied.
“This matter has nothing to do with Sheen’s reputation,” the attorney of Charlie Sheen told the New York Post. ”You can’t use any celebrity name to promote a business without permission. They had no right to use his name.”
April 20th, 2012 by faye
Anger Management, the newest show of actor Charlie Sheen has been reportedly sued for $50 million by a former creative partner of the show’s producer, Joe Roth.
According to reports, Joe Roth, producer of Anger Management, has been sued by his former creative partner, Jason Shuman, for $50 million. Shuman claims that he worked for two years to develop the TV series, only to be ousted when Charlie Sheen signed on to the project.
Jason Shuman and his production company, Blue Star Entertainment, are suing Anger Management producer Joe Roth for breach of contract and fraud. In the suit, which was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday, Shuman claims that Joe Roth hired him to develop several projects, including Anger Management, which Shuman and his team reportedly began working on in 2008.
The pre-production work allegedly included fleshing out characters and storylines and meeting with TV honchos
The lawsuit states that “in June 2011, without warning or justification, Roth went silent and refused to answer any of Shuman’s emails or take any of his telephone calls.” Jason Shuman claims he eventually learned that Joe Roth was having a negotiation with actor Charlie Sheen to develop and star in the project.
Shuman claims that Roth and his production company, Revolution Studios, had “refused to honor its written producer agreement” with him and “takes sole credit” for the show’s development. He’s now seeking $50 million in damages owing to a loss of “receiving significant backend ownership in, and producer credit and fees on, the show.”
Meanwhile, Joe Roth is denying the accusations, saying, “Haven’t received the complaint. I’m aware of the situation and think it’s without merit.”
Charlie Sheen started production on Anger Management last month, and it’s set to premiere on FX on June 28.