anger management

by (@hallekiefer)

The 5 Craziest Parts Of Charlie Sheen’s Meltdown Confirm His Admission That He Wasn’t “Winning”

It was about this time last year that America was caught up in the tiger-blod-soaked, warlock-populated insanity that was Charlie Sheen‘s extremely public meltdown. While the man has fortunately moved on, even landing new show Anger Management, the actor obviously  hasn’t forgotten The Dark Times either. “Clearly, a guy gets fired, his relationships are in the toilet, he’s off on some f—ing tour, there’s nothing ‘winning’ about any of that,” Sheen told this month’s Rolling Stone. “I mean, how does a guy who’s obviously quicksanded, how does he consider any of it a victory? I was in total denial.” He took the words right out of our mouth! Of course, Charlie’s dismissal from Two and a Half Men and divorce from Brooke Mueller were only a few of the shocking parts of his crash, and nowhere near the craziest. The five most jaw-dropping moments of his breakdown (as we remember it) would have to be:

1. That coke-fueled hotel room trashing: The first and perhaps the most conspicuous event in Charlie’s months-long meltdown was his October 2010 rampage through New York’s Plaza Hotel, during which he ransacked his room and allegedly held porn star Capri Anderson against her will. If only we could have foreseen the absurdity to follow…
2. Jon Cryer beef: Sheen called his Two and a Half Men costar a “a troll” for a host of perceived slights. A completely uncalled for insult, but on the other hand, lol. Read more…

by (@missmuttoo)

Prepare Yourselves, Charlie Sheen’s Coming Back To Television

It’s been confirmed that Charlie Sheen‘s coming back on to the small screen. FX has picked up his new sitcom Anger Management for 10 episodes to be aired in 2012. If the show does well, the network is going to order 90 more. The show’s loosely bases on the movie with the same name that starred Jack Nicholson and Adam Sandler. And get this, Charlie’s going to play a therapist. This we have to watch. News about the show has been circulating for the past couple of months with Sheen stating, tongue firmly in cheek, “I chose Anger Management because, while it might be a big stretch for me to play a guy with serious anger management issues, I think it is a great concept.” All that was needed was a network. Now that he’s found one, watch out, Two and a Half Men. Charlie’s coming for you.

by (@hallekiefer)

Emilio Estevez Swears Charlie Sheen Is “A Completely Different Guy” Now

And we were all like, Emilioooo! According to Emilio Estevez, Charlie Sheen is doing much better. “He’s a different guy. He’s a completely different guy,” Emilio told Access Hollywood. “He’s got his voice back. And I think he’s got his focus. He’s on a new show and he’s gonna be roasted by Comedy Central – which I think is going to be hysterical. I think that he’s really got it together. And he’s very excited about the crew of the show he’s putting together.” On the flip side, both Charlie Sheen’s roast and Anger Management sitcom are going to be way less entertaining of the man’s just sitting there quietly, drinking green tea and filling out his I-9.

Despite his personal motto involving ducks and how they all fly together, Estevez had some harsh words for his brother in the past, comparing him to Fredo in The Godfather: Part II and joking, “There are times, like these, when I want to take Charlie out for a boat ride.” At the end of the day, though, these two have the same warlock blood flowing through their veins. And in Charlie’s case, let’s hope that’s it.

by (@hallekiefer)

Charlie Sheen Officially Announces Anger Management Sitcom

It looks like Charlie Sheen’s Anger Management sitcom is officially a go, and in a move more surprising then the fact Charlie still has most of his font teeth and hasn’t been buried alive in the desert, Sheen will be the show’s straight man. That’s right: he’ll play the Adam Sandler role. According to the show’s official statement, Sheen will try to suppress his inner epicness in order to portray “a mild-mannered, non-confrontational man [who] is ordered to attend group anger management sessions led by a therapist who could probably use some anger management himself.” Two And A Half Men‘s Jon Cryer must be kicking himself for not leaving in a huff and snagging this role, which seems perfect for him. Then Cryer must be quickly apologizing to himself for his outburst and going back to ironing his socks.

As Sheen said in his statement to EW, “I chose Anger Management because, while it might be a big stretch for me to play a guy with serious anger management issues, I think it is a great concept. It also provides me with real ownership in the series, a certain amount of creative control and the chance to be back in business with one of my favorite movie producers of all time, Joe Roth.” Roth has previously directed Sheen in Major League, and is probably as surprised as anyone that Sheen will be attempting to play a normal.

by (@hallekiefer)

Charlie Sheen’s New Sitcom Based On An Adam Sandler Film

There’s a mystery afoot, and the only way to solve it is with some good old-fashioned detective work. Or with a quick trip to IMDB, but mainly old-fashioned detective work! Based on some hints he dropped about his new show recently, Charlie Sheen’s Anger Management connection might be to the film, rather than to the therapy that he almost certainly still needs. While talking to TMZ, Sheen revealed “I don’t want to piss [producer] Joe Roth off … it’s a movie he produced a few years ago. I don’t know if i was supposed to say anything.” Almost certainly not, Charlie! Sheen later let slip that the initials of the inspiring film are “A.M.” Unless those are simply random letters that slipped out of his mouth (highly possible), then we know the plot to Charlie’s new sitcom!

As if lifted from the pages of Nancy Drew and the Secret of The Purposely Obtuse Warlock, Vulture pieced together that Roth worked for Revolution Studies, which made Adam Sandler‘s Anger Management. Now TMZ has just confirmed their suspicion, reporting that Sheen will play a version of Jack Nicholson‘s therapist character, meaning  Charlie Sheen’s new show will likely have him screaming at terrified bystanders and raving about anger sharks. Unless of course the movie is just a red herring, and the show is just based on Charlie’s own life…quick, to the Sober Valley Ranch!