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martes, 8 de marzo de 2011

After the scandal, Warner fired Charlie Sheen

Warner announced that the decision is final. To defend against the charges, the actor of "Two and Half Men" launched its own online program that in two days he received more than two million hits.

After continued partying with drugs and alcohol, multiple hospitalizations and a bitter campaign in the media against their leaders, finally, Warner Bros. dismissed the actor from one of the most successful comedies on U.S. television, Two and a Half Men.

Warner Bros., responsible for producing the series released by CBS, said in a press release that the decision was made after "careful consideration.''

"Still not decided on the future of comedy without its star," said Paul Maguire, a spokesman for Warner Bros.

The actor's lawyer, Marty Singer, told The Hollywood Reporter "who plan to sue Warner Bros. over the dismissal of his client. "It's about time. It could be this week or at a time, we are not in a hurry, but we demand," he said.

For several days, the actor's 45 years worth of television, radio and social networks to express their ideas widely and discomfort over the decision of the producers of the series.

In a text message sent to The Associated Press, Sheen replied with an insult and the phrase "they lost", followed by the word "gnomes".

Asked if he plans to sue, Sheen said "big,''and when asked what his next step, the actor said:" big one.''

The Sheen's messy personal life was that producers should stop the production of the show this season. The dismissal ended a rare public battle between Hollywood actors, in which Sheen said he has the right to live as he pleases, including her use of illegal drugs.

But the actor was not quiet. The weekend launched over the Internet its own program. "Sheen's Korner" was in just two days over two million visits.

From your camera, Sheen was one of his tattoos, while smoking and tried several parodies. The actor also said he would use his room to read his own sermons in which he would tell the truth like "torpedoes."

The series Two and a Half Men, released in 2003, had as its main character Charlie Harper (Sheen) as a womanizing bachelor who lives a family life with her neurotic brother, divorced Alan (played by Jon Cryer) and his son it, Jake (Angus T. Jones).
The Warner and CBS television network had already been forced to suspend the participation of Sheen in the series when he underwent rehab for addiction and two scandalous divorce from his second wife (Denise Richards) and third (Brooke Mueller Sheen).

Last month, Warner canceled the last eight episodes of the series, whose most recent season consisted of 24 chapters, disagree with the public conduct of Sheen and his criticism of executive producer Chuck Lorre.

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