The warlock is in, and his stunning review of the new version of Two And A Half Men is shocking. How did actor Charlie Sheen really react to seeing his replacement Ashton Kutcher star alongside former pal Jon Cryer?
According to a new report from OK Magazine posted on September 26th, Sheen had nothing to say about the new dynamic duo that was not positive. They quoted the actor as saying things like, "Jon is Jon. He's a freaking genius," and "I think [the show has] got a real shot. It felt like a pilot. It felt like a really good pilot."
So what happened to the tiger blood fueled venom that Sorry Charlie formerly spat at his co-star? We seem to remember that when the celebs gossip reports hit the proverbial fan that Sheen once claimed Jon Cryer was a troll and that the television show would never be able to move forward successfully without him with Ashton Kutcher anchoring the series.
By the night the first show aired, Charlie Sheen seemed a bit humbled with the realization not only had he been replaced but that he had personally thrown his income out the window.
Formerly the highest paid actor on television, Sheen joked about his own fate as a Hollywood movie star now relegated to appearing on basic cable at a Comedy Central roast.
Could Sheen's change of heart be because he secretly hopes to make some special guest appearances in the future on the popular television show -- simply to earn some much needed cash to keep the lavish star's luxury lifestyle afloat?
Do you think Charlie Sheen will ever be allowed to come back in cameo roles as a guardian angel or inspired devil on the shoulder of Ashton Kutcher or Jon Cryer?
After telling his boss Chuck Lorre off then smearing his name in the press, most fans don't seem to think so.
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