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
Martin Sheen spoke in favor of the proposal at a Malibu City Council meeting in December. [ more › ]
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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...
Martin Sheen has briefly reprised his "West Wing" role as president in a new ad backing his friend seeking election as a Pennsylvania judge. Sheen played the fictional President Josiah … Click to Continue »
Martin Sheen plays a right wing populist who could lead the country to nuclear war. Okay, strictly speaking, The Dead Zone was filmed more around Toronto than in Toronto. But it’s close enough geographically, and as both one of the better...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Dane DeHaan, who has the title role in Luc Besson’s Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets and stars in A Cure for Wellness, has just joined Martin Sheen and J.K. Simmons in the voice cast for the upcoming animated feature The Boxcar Children: Surprise Island from Legacy Classics and Shout! Factory Kids. Show More Summary
It took nearly a decade, cost over $30 million, and nearly killed Martin Sheen. "Apocalypse Now" is celebrated as one of the best films ever made, but it was a nearly-murderous project. And now, nearly 40 years after the film's release,...Show More Summary
Stacey Sargeant has been cast in the Netflix original film Come Sunday, joining Chiwetel Ejiofor, Martin Sheen, Keith Stanfield and Condola Rashad. Based on a 2005 The American Life radio episode, the film adaptation is directed by Joshua Marston with a script by Marcus Hinchey. Show More Summary
Martin Sheen narrates a docuseries aiming to prove O.J. Simpson's innocence.
EXCLUSIVE: Martin Sheen is taking on the role of famed Pentecostal televangelist Oral Roberts in Come Sunday, the film based on a true story which stars Chiwetel Ejiofor as a renowned evangelical minister in Tulsa, OK who stirs up controversy with his revelation that there is no hell. Show More Summary
It is now official. Despite all the nonsense about faithless electors, attempts by Martin Sheen and Debra Messing to cajole electors and angry Democrats threatening electors, Donald Trump will be the next President of the United States of America. Show More Summary
Submitted by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, One of the quirks about being an expat in a faraway land is that, whenever something unusual happens in your home country, your local friends look to YOU for answers. You become, by default,...Show More Summary
Well, if something's going to steer the country away Donald Trump's presidency, a plot twist worthy of The West Wing sounds like a solid bet. Martin Sheen pulled out his President Bartlet gravitas for a new PSA that urges the Electoral College not to vote for Donald Trump. He's just ... More »
Karl Rove really went off on Fox News this afternoon in response to a celebrity PSA imploring members of the electoral college to reject Donald Trump.
Feelings of voting futility aside, the Electoral College does exist for a reason, and Martin Sheen would like to explain it to you.
The PSA stars Martin Sheen, Moby and some "MASH" alumni.