Charlie Sheen Talks ‘Major League 3’

The former ‘Two and a Half Men’ star has set Giants pitcher Brian Wilson to be his pitching coach for the sequel.
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Charlie Sheen discusses Major League 3 During a Q&A session on his San Francisco tour stop at the Nob Hill Masonic Auditorium on Saturday, Charlie Sheen discussed his plans for Major League 3, revealing that Giants pitcher Brian Wilson would be his pitching coach on the film.

Charlie Sheen also discussed his interest in Jaws, saying the movie's famous shark represents mainstream media.

The actor sounded bitter when he discussed Two and a Half Men, slamming Warner Bros. for firing him while he was in rehab and promising to come up with a better movie or TV show.

No production for Major League 3 is known.

Major League 3 is in development .

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  • gandoff • 4 years ago

    Not sure if I care about this film. But reguardless of what the name is, in truh, it would be Major League 4. Back to th Miniors is actualy the 3rd Major League movie.


    • bane5000 • 4 years ago

      I know people like crazy and wackiness in this world we live in today, but at this point is anyone at all interested in seeing this film let alone anything Charlie Sheen would be attached to???


      • cupid • 4 years ago

        Cant stand Sheen anymore. @skywise Agreed :)


        • instead8909 • 4 years ago

          I no longer seem to care for Carlos or his future projects


          • TaoPilot • 4 years ago

            It would be good timing if the movie were already made and coming out this summer, while the Indians are actually red hot. Likely if this movie were to be filmed, by the time it came out the Indians would go back to being awful.


            • bawnian-dexeus • 4 years ago

              Sheen should just live in rehab and play catch with someone. Make that the third film. Wild thing went through drug problems. Blah Blah I just don't see this being great anymore


              • mka47 • 4 years ago

                isn't he too old to be a 'professional baseball player' at this point?


                • 2movieguys • 4 years ago

                  ROFL!! Why!?!?


                  • highcaliberinc • 4 years ago

                    ...If Brian Wilson is going to be in it, then this absolutley has to be made


                    • iamfratson • 4 years ago

                      This would have been great news 10 years ago...BEFORE back to the minors.....


                      • dan1 • 4 years ago

                        Meh. Major League is and always will be a classic to me, but Sheen is just a sad caricature of his former self now.


                        • rufio • 4 years ago

                          aw man... he's going the route of Corey Feldman. do they have the same manager or something? here's how that meeting went:

                          Manager: "Charlie... Corey. You're both whiney, psychotic individuals who had lucrative careers and allowed your fame to get to your pyschosis and branded your nut-job perversions as cute and instead came out looking creepy. i have an idea to keep the cash flow, though. Go back to the ONE and only franchise that you have and milk it for everything it is worth. Corey - it's the "Lost Boys", Charlie - "Major League" (and since Corbin Bernsen did the same to his career, i'm sure he'll be stoked to join you again. Dennis Haysbert has AllState though, so he might be more tricky). Let's go boys... Operation:Desperate is now ON!"


                          • skywise • 4 years ago

                            as someone else would normaly say..Really dont care.


                            • thrashnasty190 • 4 years ago

                              Not needed at all


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