Embattled Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen wrapped up his headline-making week in grand fashion with news of a possible TV show on Mark Cuban’s HDNet cable channel. Sheen also explained on Philadelphia’s Wired 96.5 The Chio & Shila Show his fondness for porn stars.
“They boil my tiger blood like a microwave on meth, Sheen said on-air. “They have this magical presence that just makes you feel alive and focused, Jealous, much, everybody?”
Luckily for Sheen, girlfriend Rachel Oberlin, better known as porn actress Bree Olson, returned to his house after briefly moving out yesterday.
On the side of bad luck, Warner Bros retained law firm Munger Tolles & Olson to battle Charlie Sheen over any future lawsuits.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the latest chapter on the Charlie Sheen lunacy involved actor Sean Penn defending the Two and a Half Men star after inviting Sheen to join him on a relief mission in Haiti.
“Charlie is one of the very few public peope who cannot be accused of using the media to his own benefit,” Penn said.
Oscar Week came to a close with poor ratings and poorer reviews for awards show co-hosts James Franco and Anne Hathaway. More movie prizes were passed out last night via the NAACP Image Awards. According to The Los Angeles Times, Tyler Perry’s drama For Colored Girls was named best film with Perry also picking up the outstanding director prize and For Colored Girls actress Kimberly Elise winning the supporting actress award. Samuel L. Jackson won the best supporting actor award for his work in Mother and Child.
Susanne Bier, who won the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar for her Danish drama In a Better World, continued her winning ways with news of casting Pierce Brosnan in her upcoming romantic comedy All You Need Is Love.
“It’s a tender story with a much lighter atmosphere than my previous works, enough with conflicts,” Bier told London’s Independent.
Don’t expect any future Oscar nominations but fans celebrated the news in Empire of Milla Jovovich and director/husband Paul WS Anderson re-teaming for Resident Evil 5. Sony confirmed the release date September 14, 2012 for the latest in the franchise based on the popular video game without any firm details on script or cast.