Sunday, February 27, 2011

Charlie Sheen gave an interview to ABC that will air on Tuesday

Actor Charlie Sheen has granted his first television interview to ABC News' Andrea Canning for a one-hour special that will air 20/20 next Tuesday March 1st at 22 am in the U.S.. When we have not recovered from the installation boot intention of writing a book about the secrets behind the filming of Two and a Half Men, Sheen returns to the fray.

In the interview, the actor, 45, will discuss his controversial comments about the series creator Chuck Lorre that led to the suspension of the series this week. Some excerpts from the interview broadcast on Good Morning America on Monday and Tuesday and through the ABC News platforms. Sheen's words on the birth name of Chuck Lorre, Chaim Levine, led him to be criticized by the Anti-Defamation League, to which he responded in the interview with Canning: "So you're saying that when someone Carlos Estevez call me, I can be accused of anti-Latino? "also explained that it was one hundred percent clean from their addictions.

As for his book, the protagonist of the fiction of CBS has told TMZ that will write a book about the back room of the series and it has already headlined "When the laughter stopped." The publication explains that the rights of his memoirs will sell for at least ten million dollars. Apparently not cut to appoint members of the cast in his account.

In addition, it will issue a ninth season of the show, the chain lost $ 250 million in various ways.

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