Charlie Sheen's new series "Anger Management" premieres tonight on FX, with two back-to-back episodes starting at 9pm, before moving to its regular 9:30 time slot next Thursday.
Charlie has done a lot in his 35 year career from over 40 feature films to several lead roles on the small-screen. Watch Charlie age 35 years in 60 seconds after the jump.
This 1989 American satire comedy film stars Tom Berenger, Charlie Sheen, Wesley Snipes, James Gammon, and Corbin Bernsen. The film deals with the exploits of a fictionalized version of the Cleveland Indians baseball team and spawned two sequels. Name this movie to be entered to win NCG movie passes!
Last week, Charlie Sheen said Ashton Kutcher was terrible on "Two and a Half Men" and went off on a tangent about Warner Brothers. Now Charlie is apologizing to Ashton by saying he's sorry for being disrespectful for a guy who's doing his best. So, is that really an apology or is he still knocking Kutcher down?
Yesterday, Warner Brothers said they were sending Charlie Sheen a cease and desist letter because he used photos from "Two and a Half Men" to promote his new show "Anger Management."
Well looks like Charlie is back being Charlie after a video has surfaced of him ripping on Ashton Kutcher and "Two and a Half Men." Check it out after the jump.
Charlie Sheen has reason to celebrate since his new show "Anger Management" just got picked up by FX. The series will start airing next summer and several networks bid on the project. The Hollywood Reporter says they'll begin casting to film at least 10 episodes to see if the project is going to be a hit...
Maybe Demi Moore thinks "Two And A Half Men" isn't as good this season with Ashton Kutcher as its new costar? Oh, wait - that's what I think...
Moore is likely more upset about the cheating. Reports today say the Hollywood couple is calling it quits, and ending their six-year marriage.