One hexagonal prophylactic has been endorsed by Charlie Sheen.
Last weekend saw the release of a movie centered around a scary demon who occasionally masquerades as a clown. That would be 9/11, starring erstwhile sitcom actor and incessant dicktweezer (and 9/11 truther!) Charlie Sheen. Also, It came out. Hey-ohhhhhhhh!...
‘It’s a rare feat to make one want to both fall asleep and punch the screen at the exact same time, and yet 9/11 pulls it off with aplomb.’
News of Charlie Sheen’s casting in 9/11, a movie about five strangers stuck inside a World Trade Center elevator on September 11, 2001, raised eyebrows when it was announced, particularly because Sheen made some controversial comments in a 2006 interview in which he suggested the buildings were destroyed due to ... More »
Several big-ticket Hollywood movies based on real-life tragedies have imagined what it would be like if a fictional romance-novel plot were taking place amid all the disaster. Befitting its smaller scope and enormous tedium, 9/11 imagines what it would be like if a bad Off-Off-Broadway play were taking place amid the… Read more...
If it were a standard thriller set on any other day in any other building, the film “9/11” would be laughable. Lame characterization, painful overacting and clunky lines would happen, but it wouldn’t cause any reactions beyond giggles and eye rolls. Making a film about an event that is still so...
Atlas Distribution will open 9/11 in several hundred locations this weekend, timed to the 16th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon as well as United Flight 93, which crashed in Shanksville, PA. The latter was itself detailed in Paul Greengrass’ September 11. Show More Summary
Sheen stars in a new movie about the tragedy, '9/11.'
A Reese Witherspoon rom-com and a 9/11 movie starring Charlie Sheen (yup) arrives after two terrible weekends for the movie business.
Just a few months ago, we heard Charlie Sheen was still hoping to return as Ricky “Wild Thing” Vaughn and get back in the dugout with his old Cleveland Indians gang for Major League 3. Since then, we haven’t heard anything about an real...Show More Summary
Charlie Sheen finally got what he wanted in a "Major League" reunion -- well, sorta -- but with a baseball movie curve ball. Sheen got together Sunday -- seemingly for the first time in a long time -- with his fellow 'Major League' costars…
It's been 16 years since the Sept. 11 attacks devastated the world, and many people aren't ready to watch a movie about that awful day.
SELLER: Melanie Lynskey LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA PRICE: $950,000 SIZE: 1,472 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: New Zealand born actress Melanie Lynskey, best known for her role as Charlie Sheen’s amiably lunatic stalker on “Two and a Half Men” and who more recently co-starred on the short-lived Duplass brothers ensemble dramedy... Read more »
A long standing rumor was confirmed – back in 2014. A massive story went under the radar when New Line Cinema’s Bob Shaye revealed to Vulture that Charlie Sheen was in fact originally cast as Heather’s boyfriend in Wes Craven‘s slasher A Nightmare on Elm Street! “Charlie Sheen was initially cast as Heather’s boyfriend, and he […]
Charlie Sheen was apparently too expensive for the budget of A Nightmare on Elm Street so they went with another actor who was unknown at the time and later show into super stardom.
Regardless of how you feel about Sheen, the situation once again raises questions about HIV stigma and criminalization.
Sheen came out publicly as HIV-positive back in 2015 during an interview with the Today Show.
Charlie Sheen could be facing some serious jail time, after allegations that he passed his HIV to a homosexual partner! RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively that the man, whose identity is being withheld, has traced his infection to gay trysts with Sheen. According to California law, it’s a felony for an HIV-positive person to engage in Read More
How do you do a movie about 9/11 when you don’t have the budget, crew, or special effects on hand to actually do that momentous day justice? If you’re Charlie Sheen and National Lampoon’s Cattle Call director Martin Guigui, the answer...Show More Summary