Martin Sheen has played a real president, a fictional president, a president’s brother and even one of the president’s men. The 77-year-old Emmy winner returns to that comfort zone March 11 as the narrator of CNN’s new six-part documentary series “American Dynasties: The Kennedys,” which explores...
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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is upon us. Picture this heroic scene in a movie. A tough but emotionally available Democrat president, played by Martin Sheen or Morgan Freeman, his tie loosened, his desk a mess, working late at night. He’s...Show More Summary
It’s hard to believe that, with an acting career that spans five decades and multiple genres, there are some movies Martin Sheen has struggled to get made. 2011’s The Way, a family collaboration with his son Emilio Estevez and grandson Taylor Estevez, was only completed after Sheen mortgaged his home to provide the… Read more...
Appearing as a guest on Monday's Tavis Smiley show on PBS, liberal actor Martin Sheen claimed that the United States is to blame for causing so many immigrants to leave Central American countries and travel to the U.S. as he complained about past interventions in some of those countries. The liberal actor concluded that "we're looking at what we have wrought."
A new Audible documentary narrated by Martin Sheen explores the story of female pilots who faced sabotage attempts during World War II
Andres Magaña-Ortiz did everything right. He raised a loving family, built a solid business that employed his neighbors, gave his heart, soul and treasure to help his adopted country, and tried to become a citizen. But the paperwork didn’t pan out, and on July 7, 2017, this husband, father and...
Trump's actions are "an insult to who we are as a nation." Andres Magaña-Ortiz did everything right. He raised a loving family, built a solid business that employed his neighbors, gave his heart, soul and treasure to help his adopted country, and tried to become a citizen. Show More Summary
Forget calling America land of the free. According to Hollywood icon and actor Martin Sheen, America is the “land of lunatics.” During a press briefing on Monday for PBS’s newest season of Anne of Green Gables, Sheen told reporters at...Show More Summary
Coming to TCA on the day President Donald Trump’s new chief of staff sacked Trump’s new White House communications director for telling New Yorker’s Washington correspondent that Trump’s White House chief strategist engages in autofellatio...Show More Summary
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
Director Martin Guigui said, “Like the play upon which 9/11 was based, the movie gives us an opportunity to take a glimpse into the experiences of a few who actually lived the event.”
Actor Martin Sheen recently claimed that he knows what Washington "should look like" because, get this...... he played the President on a TV show.
Grace and Frankie tells the story of two older women (Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin) dealing with the aftermath of their husbands (Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston) falling in love with each other. Creator and showrunner Marta Kauffman said...Show More Summary
Actor and political activist Martin Sheen spoke with the Guardian in an interview about some of his latest acting roles, his greatest fears, and how he feels about President Donald Trump. Sheen told the outlet one thing he is most concerned about is the “destruction of the environment,”...
EXCLUSIVE: Martin Sheen is set to play John Austin in the Max Carlson written-directed indie film Princess Of The Row. The pic is set in the streets of Los Angeles’ impoverished Skid Row and follows 12-year-old Alicia Willis who, bouncing...Show More Summary
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Near the end of the 1997 live-action SPAWN movie, two detectives that look like Sam and Twitch arrest Martin Sheen's character Jason Wynn. It's said that Todd McFarlane wanted a to make a follow-up movie about Sam and Twitch in which...Show More Summary
Remember Sly Sludge, the villain from the popular 90s cartoon Captain Planet? Probably not, since he was a minor character voiced by Martin Sheen, and we’re always struggling for pop culture references here at Gizmodo. Nevertheless, the evil message of Sly Sludge—that we can’t just wish our pollution problems away—is… Read more...