In fear of offending the Chinese moviegoing population, MGM has changed the villains the upcoming remake of its 1984 cult movie Red Dawn. Now it’s North Korean armed forces stomping around, not Chinese troops.
NewsFeed’s pretty tired of hearing about Charlie Sheen. But apparently, folks in Chicago and Detroit were interested enough to sell out Sheen’s “My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option” tour within minutes of tickets …
Even #winning can get old. It’s time to cut the Charlie Sheen cord.
The “unemployed winner” has made the first move in his attempt to seek revenge for being booted off his hit TV show, Two and a Half Men, and it comes at no small price.
NewsFeed knows it said it would give up the guilty pleasure that is Charlie Sheen news. But we just couldn’t resist sharing this little piece of information with you.
Though we’re pretty sure Charlie won’t be sucking down any of these boozy drinks at his so-called Sober Valley Lodge, that hasn’t stopped people from capitalizing on Sheen through cocktails.
Looks like Charlie Sheen’s Twitter bio — “unemployed winner” — has become a reality.
“From my big, beautiful warlock brain, welcome to ‘Sheen’s Korner.’ You’re either in my corner, or you’re with the trolls.”
— CHARLIE SHEEN, introducing his new online webcast, which garnered 100,000 viewers during its live …
Charlie Sheen’s reputation is improving —his business reputation, that is.
The New Yorker’s China correspondent, Evan Osnos, visited the Colbert Report on Thursday to talk about the fast-growing superpower. Among Colbert’s suggestions to beat China at their own game: blow up the sun.
New Yorker Cartoons! Baby Sloths! Motivational Posters! Internet, meet Charlie Sheen.
In recent days Charlie Sheen’s off-the-wall comments have turned him into something of a media clown. But little seems funny now that police have taken custody of his two-year old sons. (via Healthland)