Haim's friend Dominick Brascia has accused Sheen of sexually assaulting Haim on the set of their 1986 film "Lucas."
A trailer for Charlie Sheen‘s new movie, “9/11,” based on the September 11 attacks, was released on Friday, and many people are calling it “beyond offensive” and “manipulative.”
'Platoon' stars Charlie Sheen, Johnny Depp and Kevin Dillon all got together at Depp's house in the Hollywood Hills yesterday evening, and took a snap to commemorate.
'9/11', a new movie about the terrorist attacks on September 11, will be released this September, it's been confirmed.
These are certainly interesting times, but the Internet decided to take a break from analyzing Donald Trump’s second week in office to analyze why Sean Spicer wore a lime-green tie at Thursday’s press conference. That accessory choice by the White House press secretary annoyed a lot of people this morning, particularly Charlie Sheen.
Charlie Sheen and Whoopi Goldberg are starring in the independent action-drama Nine Eleven with shooting starting Monday, Variety has learned exclusively.
Sheen has an undetectable viral load, meaning that he’s being treated and the virus cannot be found in his blood. He says he told all of his partners about his diagnosis before sex, and that he’s had unprotected sex with two people since being diagnosed. Leaving aside whether it’s ever a good idea to sleep with Charlie Sheen in the first place, is it true that HIV can’t be transmitted when the virus is undetectable? Related: What We Can Learn From Charlie Sheen’s Admission That He’s HIV-Positive Sheen’s doctor, Robert Huizenga, M.D., an associate professor of clinical medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles, appeared alongside the actor to explain that Sheen was immediately put on a treatment of anti-viral drugs following his diagnosis.
In the new book We Don’t Need Roads: The Making of the Back to the Future Trilogy, we finally found out why Eric Stoltz got fired from the Marty McFly role during production. Michael J. Fox was hired and the result was cinematic magic. As chronicled by author Caseen Gaines, Back to the Future could have gone in a different direction: Marty might have been played by Charlie Sheen.