Entertainer Quickie: Charlie Sheen Tour, Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez’s movie The Way
Charlie Sheen Tour and CBS Interested in his return to Two And A Half Men
Yes! As if we couldn’t get enough of Charlie Sheen’s radical antics… His formerly sold-out tour “Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option” has added 12 new dates in different cities all across the country and Canada. Unfortunately, the only California city he will be visiting is San Francisco.
The self-proclaimed Warlock tweeted, “His chariot is loaded with good will…his back seat a database of 2nd hand fantasy. C u there. YBW c,” earlier today to promote the start of the upcoming tour. It leaves fans wondering, what will he do on stage that hasn’t already been videotaped and documented by paparazzi for public scrutiny?
It is also reported that CBS is interested in his return to the hit show, Two And A Half Men this fall. Sheen has been approached by CBS CEO and President Les Moonves in conversations with Warner Bros. to bring him back. This may prove difficult considering that Sheen’s $100 million lawsuit against Warner Bros. would have to somehow dissipate.
In an interview with England’s The Telegraph, Martin Sheen comments on his son Charlie’s behavior.
“Faith can help all of us,” he responds. “Addiction is the dark side. It’s a reflection of despair. And it’s fed by all the other negativity.”
Sheen and Estevez continue to discuss their influence for making this emotional film. It connects to their own family’s journey through show biz, alcoholism and spiritual growth.
The Way is about the dynamics of a rocky father/son relationship post-mortem. Estevez plays, Daniel, a backpacker who dies while attempting to make the pilgrimage across the Pyrenees in Northern Spain. His father, Tom, must collect the body and decides to complete the pilgrimage himself in order to commemorate Daniel’s memory. He has a series of flashbacks throughout the trek documenting their tumultuous relationship.
A release date has not yet been set for The Way.
Photos by Alexandra Wyman/Wire Image via Flickr and Pruneau via Wikimedia Commons.