Friday, March 25, 2011

Charlie Sheen Cans Literary Agent. Or Not?

Over the past few months, there has been plenty of Charlie Sheen madness on which to report. We’ve resisted all of it with very little effort. Yesterday, however, Digital Spy said that the former Two and a Half Men star reportedly fired his literary agent, Peter McGuigan, “after being disappointed by the money offered to pen an autobiography.”

Earlier this month, Sheen used Twitter to announce his intention to write the book. At that time, Digital Spy said:
“The title of my book has finally been delivered thru vast and extensive Lunar channels (sic),” he wrote.

“Apocalypse Me. Warlock Latin for WINNING.”
Late on March 24th, however, ABC reported that aspects of the agent-firing story may have been overstated. (With Charlie Sheen involved? How could that even happen?) They also said that Sheen “has boasted he could get $10 million for a book.”

Stories of Sheen’s shenanigans with books and agents, however, pale in comparison to just about every other aspect of his life right now. The latest flood of rumors has been around who might replace him as Charlie Harper on Two and a Half Men. Jeremy Piven, John Stamos and Rob Lowe are three of the names that have been talked about as possible replacements.



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