Perhaps the most anticipated moment of the World Series in the eyes of baseball movie lovers won’t happen. Charlie Sheen, who portrayed Cleveland Indians fireballer Ricky “Wild Thing” Vaughn in “Major League” and “Major League II,” tweeted Thursday that he’d be honored to throw out the first pitch of an upcoming Indians World Series game. […]
The Cleveland Indians have bucked all expectations this year, demolishing all American League competition to win the pennant. And look, Cleveland probably deserves it—the Midwestern city somehow managed to weather the Republican National Convention. Show More Summary
In the film, the owner pulls a page from the current Philadelphia 76ers, tanking games on purpose so they can move the team. Only, the lovable losers fight back, and they win. Now that the real team is winning, a major Major League star wants in on the action.
Actor Charlie Sheen, who played the bespectacled Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn in the movie Major League, has offered to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before one of this year's World Series games. Sheen responded to the social media...Show More Summary
There had been a movement by fans on social media for Sheen to throw the first pitch and be part of the pre-game festivities.
It looks like the Wild Thing will be stranded in the bullpen.
Charlie Sheen, who played Cleveland Indians flame-throwing pitcher Rick “Wild Thing” Vaughn in the hit movies “Major League” and “Major League II,” informed the masses that he is ready “if called upon” to throw out the ceremonial first pitch of Game 1 of the World Series. Sheen tweeted Thursday, “Major League continues to be the […]
Wild Thing is warming up for the Indians.
Make it happen.
What beef??? Charlie Sheen and Ashton Kutcher came face-to-face at Dodger Stadium Wednesday night -- but there was no rivalry, just love... and beer. Remember, the two got off to a rocky start when Ashton took over for Sheen on "Two and a Half Men"…
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Charlie Sheen has the potential to be a true role model for HIV-positive people who are too upset to live life positively. Usually, HIV patients are known to suffer from depression that is brought about by shame, trauma, and drug abuse. Show More Summary
First Charlie Sheen was Mr. Cool Disguise. Then, Spencer Pratt was Mr. Cool Disguise. Then, Mel Gibson was Mr. Cool Disguise. Then, Alec Baldwin was Mr. Cool Disguise. Now, the title of Mr. Cool Disguise goes to Justin Bieber! It’s always such a pleasure to crown a new Mr. Cool Disguise, and I feel especially […]
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In the wake of the ongoing drama surrounding the divorce of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, there’s been no shortage of speculation and analysis as to what caused the breakup. Yet, with each rumor that surfaces (or is discredited), there remains the question of how each actor will handle the ... More »
Charlie Sheen is starring in a film 10 months after he went public about his HIV-positive status. He will play the lead role in Mad Families, an original movie from Sony’s digital arm Crackle. The actor will also be executive producing the film. Show More Summary
Crackle’s Mad Families centers on three families – one Hispanic, one African American, one Caucasian – who find themselves sharing the same camping space on a Fourth of July holiday weekend. Improbably, they settle on a series of competitions to settle who stays and who leaves. Show More Summary
Crackle has announced that it’s working on a new film for its library of digital exclusive movies, with Charlie Sheen set to star in Mad Families. The comedy—which sees the former Two And A Half Men and Anger Management star play toShow More Summary
Charlie Sheen is set to star in and executive produce his first TV project since FX’s “Anger Management.” The AP reports that Sheen is working on a movie, “Mad Families,” for the streaming network Crackle. The movie, which will also...
Charlie Sheen is back in business. Sony’s streaming service, Crackle, announced today that it has started production on an original movie called Mad Families about three families who are forced together when they all lay claim to the same campsite. Sheen will play a character named Charlie Jones, who is ... More »