Charlie Sheen Throws Big Party in Cleveland After 'Torpedo' Show
He surprises his crew and 50 friends with a private screening of "Apocalypse Now."
Charlie Sheen got his second standing ovation in Cleveland Tuesday night.
How did he celebrate?
By renting out an entire Cleveland multiplex to screen Apocalypse Now, TMZ.com reports.
Sheen surprised his crew and 50 friends with the private party, held at the local 12-screen theater.
Sheen's father stars in the film. He has said he's writing a book called Apocalypse Me.
Tuesday was Sheen's second Violent Torpedo of Truth Tour standing ovation. He also received one in Chicago on Sunday.
Ticket prices are inching back up after his disastrous debut in Detroit, in which he was booed off the stage.
He performs in Columbus, Ohio, Wednesday night, and then New York City's Radio City Music Hall on Friday.