Posts with tag "two and a half men"
- Posted Apr 24th 2011 at 02:26 PM by Christine Fenno
Charlie Sheen is on the last leg of his live 'Torpedo of Truth' tour, but still has plenty to say. On Saturday night, he revealed startling news about his love life to a crowd in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (many of whom reportedly scored tickets after Sheen offered them free on Twitter), confessing that he was down to just one "goddess," because porn star Bree Olson left him. And she dumped him ...
- Posted Apr 15th 2011 at 12:20 AM by AOL TV Editors
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It appears the only world in which Charlie Sheen will return to his hit series 'Two and a Half Men' is his own head. Lawyers for Warner Bros. TV, defendants in Sheen's $100-million-dollar lawsuit to get his job back, sent a letter today saying that the statements Sheen made to a Boston radio station earlier this week hinting he'd be back are completely untrue. According to The Hollywood ...
- Posted Apr 13th 2011 at 11:12 AM by AOL TV Editors
What do you do when your "Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not An Option" tour gets disastrous reviews and results in thousands of angry fans? If you're Charlie Sheen you hint at a return to the show that started it all, 'Two and a Half Men.' Yes, the same CBS sitcom Sheen has been lampooning on his cross-country tour. According to Deadline, Sheen dropped hints about his possible return to ...
- Posted Apr 9th 2011 at 08:59 AM by Christine Fenno
Charlie Sheen brought his 'Torpedo of Truth' tour to New York City, headlining Radio City Music Hall on Friday. The warlock continued his trend of wearing the sports gear of each town he visits, this time donning a Yankees shirt and cap. Despite the cloying costume, EW.com reports that it took less than 20 minutes for the crowd to turn on him and his rambling, "sit-down comedy" storytelling ...
- Posted Apr 5th 2011 at 05:00 PM by Rob Shuter
Charlie Sheen will not be returning to 'Two and a Half Men,' and any hope of finding a replacement for him is now over. The show is dead, leaving Jon Cryer and the rest of the cast and crew to start looking for other work. "Jon is a very talented actor and couldn't have handled this incredibly challenging situation better," a TV insider tells me. "Any network or cable channel would be lucky ...
- Posted Apr 3rd 2011 at 08:17 AM by Christine Fenno
A sold-out crowd of more than 4,500 packed into the Fox Theater in Detroit on Saturday, curious to lay eyes on the media spectacle that has become Charlie Sheen. But from all reports, it was a thoroughly disastrous night for the "warlock." First, audience members heckled the warm-up comedian so badly, according to RadarOnline.com, Sheen had to step onstage and intervene -- to no avail. The ...
- Posted Apr 1st 2011 at 10:25 AM by Zach Dionne
'Two and a Half Men' creator Chuck Lorre has a habit of writing lengthy vanity cards at the end of his CBS shows, and even with Hurricane Sheen swirling toward new coasts, Lorre is continuing to weigh in. The vanity card closing last night's 'The Big Bang Theory' -- available on Lorre's website -- was a doozy. "Whenever I've gone through tough times, well-meaning people have told me that ...
- Posted Mar 21st 2011 at 05:03 PM by AOL TV Editors
If the prospect of 'Two and a Half Men' without Charlie Sheen seemed like a weird idea to you, be assured that the folks at CBS were likely tying their stomachs in knots thinking about being one man down. How do we know? Because, according to RadarOnline, it appears that CBS wants Sheen to come back to 'Men,' with network honcho Les Moonves personally spearheading the negotiations to get him ...
- Posted Mar 12th 2011 at 09:36 AM by Christine Fenno
Alec Baldwin may play one of TV's top executives on '30 Rock,' but he harbors a profound disdain for them in real life. And his certainty that network suits are power-hungry, lying "scumbags" is exactly why he's sure Charlie Sheen will lose his lawsuit -- not to mention his career, wealth, goodwill in Hollywood, you name it -- if the recently fired actor continues to fight CBS. In a new ...
- Posted Mar 9th 2011 at 01:00 PM by Jo Piazza
Everyone and their mother has been auditioning in jest to be the replacement Charlie Harper on 'Two and a Half Men' now that Charlie Sheen has officially been axed from the show. Replacing a beloved character is tricky business, though. Some shows fail miserably. We are indeed talking about the time 'Roseanne' replaced one blonde actress with another back in 1993 and simply expected no one to ...
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