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Charlie Sheen to Star in Crackle Film 'Mad Families'
Leah Remini and Naya Rivera will co-star.
From Kim Kardashian to Ansel Elgort, the Celebrities With Emojis
Because why type it out when you can send an emoji instead?
'Awards Chatter' Podcast — Chuck Lorre ('The Big Bang Theory' & 'Mom')
The multi-camera master opens up about Charlie Sheen's meltdown ("a terrible time"), the cancellation of 'Mike and Molly' ("CBS was never terribly enthusiastic"), the future of 'Big Bang' ("a Leslie Moonves question"), his passion for 'Mom' (even though it's "much more difficult" to write than his other shows), his next show ("I'd love to try and work in another way") and more.
Charlie Sheen Attempts to Get Ex-Fiancee's Restraining Order Request Thrown Out
"Ross is simply trying to stay in the spotlight by filing these outrageous allegations against Sheen in a public forum," lawyers for the 'Two and a Half Men' alum write.
Jon Cryer "Hoping for the Best" for Charlie Sheen
At NAB, the actor reports that he's currently focused on producing and would "love" to work with Chuck Lorre again.
Charlie Sheen, HIV, a Tabloid and My Insane 2-Year Hunt for a Story
Dylan Howard was the volatile actor's confidant until the National Enquirer editor began investigating rumors that Sheen was HIV positive. Then it was war. And that’s a story, told here for the first time, almost too crazy to believe.
Rapid Round: Sean Young's Still Ready to Play Catwoman
"I'd make a smash amount of money," says the actress, currently starring in 'Darling,' of her desire to don the catsuit, while also spilling the beans on James Woods, Charlie Sheen and former CAA head Mike Ovitz.
Charlie Sheen Seeks to Cut $55,000-a-Month Child Support Payment
Sheen's filing Wednesday seeks to alter his divorce settlement with ex-wife Brooke Mueller.
Charlie Sheen Weighs In on Donald Trump: "Anyone But Trump"
The actor quoted Abraham Lincoln in a Twitter message directed at the GOP candidate on Saturday.
Charlie Sheen's HIV Revelation Prompted Increase in Google Searches (Study)
The actor's news prompted the greatest number of HIV-related Google searches recorded in the United States since 2004, more than 1 million of which involved public health-related information.