Thursday, April 28, 2011
Charlie Sheen (Heartbreaker/Take'em or Leave'em) video
Charlie Sheen video: featuring pictures with his wives/girlfriends Donna Peele, Denise Richards, Brooke Mueller, Kelly Preston, Ginger Lynn Allen, Natalie Kenly, and scenes from "Lucas" (with Kerri Green), "Hot Shots" (with Valeria Golino), "Cadence", "Wall Street" (with Daryl Hannah), "Good Advice" (with Denise Richards), "Bad day on the Block" (with Mare Winningham), "Scary Movie 3", "The Chase" (with Kristy Swanson), "Terminal Velocity" (with Nastassja Kinski) and "Two and a half Men" (with Melanie Lynskey, Emmanuelle Vaugier), etc.
Songs "In the Summertime" by Mungo Jerry, "Dancing in the Street" performed by David Bowie & Mick Jagger, "You're a Heartbreaker" performed by Elvis Presley and "Take' Em Or Leave' Em" by Amy Lavere.
Melanie Lynskey and Charlie Sheen as Rose and Charlie Harper in "Two and a half Men" TV show
"Neither CBS nor Warner Bros. has said whether Men ("Two and a half Men" series) will return for a ninth season, but industry speculation is that the show will almost certainly return. And talent representatives say Warners has quietly begun pursuing an actor to appear on the series next season. Who that actor will be has become Topic A in Hollywood. Speculation has ranged from the plausible to the peculiar, with names from Woody Harrelson to Jeremy Piven to Bob Saget being bandied about. A Warners spokesperson says none of those actors is in contention.
Jeremy Piven and Jake Gyllenhaal as Scawldy and Pilot Kelson in "Highway" (2002)
While a new cast member wouldn’t make “Sheen money” -- in the $1.2 million realm per episode -- slipping into television's No. 1 sitcom would earn an actor a rate well above the usual freshman series fee, one observer says. But the role would come with intense pressure as blame could be placed on the newcomer if the revamped show flops. Others have suggested Men might consider a "roommate" scenario, with multiple stars appearing in one or a few episodes to fill the Sheen void". Source: www.hollywoodreporter.com