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Charlie Sheen Confirms He's HIV Positive in ‘Today’ Show Interview

Charlie Sheen Confirms He's HIV Positive in ‘Today’ Show Interview

Charlie Sheen claims it is 'impossible' that he's transmitted HIV to another individual, either knowingly or unknowingly. But he does admit that he has had unprotected sex with two different partners, both of whom were told at the time and are under the care of his own physician. You can take a look at some of the video excerpts from the interview here.

"I'm here to admit that I am in fact HIV Positive." -@CharlieSheenhttps://t.co/OVqVMKUGET https://t.co/10Ca6WRqt4— TODAY (@TODAYshow) November 17, 2015

When did @CharlieSheen learn about his HIV Positive diagnosis? "About 4 years ago" https://t.co/atJgbHV1X3— TODAY (@TODAYshow) November 17, 2015

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Charlie Sheen to Make HIV Announcement on ‘The Today Show’

Charlie Sheen to Make HIV Announcement on ‘The Today Show’

Charlie Sheen is confirmed for an exclusive one-on-one interview this Tuesday on Today. And it's highly expected that he will confirm the recent rumors that he is HIV positive. The actor will be sitting down with Today co-host Matt Lauer. And it is confirmed that he will be making a live announcement. Rumors persist that Sheen's health is declining. And according to TMZ, he will reveal whether or not he has AIDS.

While the official Today Show Twitter has confirmed that Charlie Sheen is gearing up for a sit-down interview, NBC declined to comment on what the interview will revolve around. The press release would only say that he was about to make a 'revealing personal announcement'. A tabloid report broke earlier today that Charlie Sheen has been HIV positive for years, and has been keeping the diagnosis a secret.

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Charlie Sheen Brings ‘Ferris Bueller’ Role to ‘Goldbergs’

Charlie Sheen Brings ‘Ferris Bueller’ Role to ‘Goldbergs’

Ever since The Goldbergs debuted on ABC last year, the hit comedy series, which is set in the 1980s, has referenced several hit movies and TV shows, such as Star Wars, Say Anything, The Goonies and an episode from earlier this month that involves the hoverboard from Back to the Future Part II. People reports that the show will continue that tradition in the second half of Season 2, with an upcoming Ferris Bueller's Day Off episode that will guest star Charlie Sheen, paying homage to his role as "Boy in Police Station." The first photos have been released from this episode, set to air in early 2015, which shows Charlie Sheen interacting with Hayley Orrantia's Erica.

The episode will follow Barry (Troy Gentile), who decides to skip school one day to create his own epic "day off." Barry's plans go severely awry, and when Pops (George Segal) and Adam (Sean Giambrone) try to help Barry out, it only gets worse. After ratting out her brother, Erica finds herself in the local police station, where she meets Charlie Sheen's "Boy in Police Station." In the original Ferris Bueller's Day Off, it's Jennifer Grey's Jeanie, Ferris' (Matthew Broderick) sister, who has that memorable interaction with Charlie Sheen's character in the police station.

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Two More ‘Machete Kills’ TV Spots and New Photos

Two More ‘Machete Kills’ TV Spots and New Photos

A bomb is on its way to the White House, and the only thing that can save America is Mexico's own Machete (Danny Trejo)! Watch as the President of the United States (Charlie Sheen) orders Machete to kick some ass in two new domestic and one international TV spots, along with a ton of new photos. Viva Machete Kills!

Machete Kills was released October 11th, 2013.

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Mel Gibson Proves He Has a Heart in New ‘Machete Kills’ Photos

Mel Gibson Proves He Has a Heart in New ‘Machete Kills’ Photos

Despite all of his horrible recent activity, actor Mel Gibson proves he still has a heart in eleven new photos from Machete Kills. Machete (Danny Trejo) and Sex Machine (Tom Savini) are out to retrieve this sacred heart, before terrorist Luthor Vox (Gibson) can blow up the White House. They are aided by She (Michelle Rodriguez), seen here in a classic white tuxedo in homage to James Bond. Check out the rest of the cast before this explosive Grindhouse spin-off spills its blood red guts into theaters this October. No one is safe! Not even the President (Carlos Estevez)!

Machete Kills was released October 11th, 2013.

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Three ‘Machete Kills’ Photos with Charlie Sheen and Amber Heard

Three ‘Machete Kills’ Photos with Charlie Sheen and Amber Heard

Charlie Sheen/Carlos Estevez is a machine gun-toting president in one of three new photos from Machete Kills. We also see Amber Heard as Miss San Antonio, posing against a massive array of firearms (perhaps the NRA sponsors beauty pageants in the sequel), along with a behind-the-scenes shot of director Robert Rodriguez and Michelle Rodriguez, who returns as She.

Machete Kills was released October 11th, 2013.

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‘Machete Kills’ Charlie Sheen Character Poster

‘Machete Kills’ Charlie Sheen Character Poster

In May, we reported that Charlie Sheen is going back to his roots with Machete Kills, acting under his birth name Carlos Estevez for the first time in his storied career. In case you didn't believe us, we have the latest character poster from this action-packed sequel, fresh from director Robert Rodriguez's Twitter feed. Check out this one-sheet, and be on the look-out for more posters as we near closer to the October 4 release date.

Machete Kills was released October 11th, 2013.

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‘Machete Kills’ Will Introduce Charlie Sheen as Carlos Estevez

‘Machete Kills’ Will Introduce Charlie Sheen as Carlos Estevez

It comes as no shock that Charlie Sheen's real name is Carlos Estevez. Its common knowledge that he took a screen name just like his father, Ramon Antonio Gerard Estevez (aka Martin Sheen) before him, while his brother Emilio Estevez kept the family name on the marquee. What might surprise you is that neither father nor son ever legally changed their name. And now, after years of controversial behavior, the real Carlos Estevez is finally stepping forward. That's right, starring in Machete Kills for director Robert Rodriguez, the once troublesome actor is reinventing himself at the core of his being. This is the first time in Carlos' long screen history that he won't be billed under his stage name. Check out the title card from this upcoming sequel, which stars Danny Trejo as an ex-Federale on a mission of vengence.

Machete Kills was released October 11th, 2013.

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