HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Charlie Sheen, a resident of the exclusive Charlie Sheen's House Rehab Clinic, has decided he's ready to go back to making America's most popular sitcom, Two and a Half Men. But they don't want him back. On Monday Sheen said he tried to go back to the set, but producers locked him out and won't let filming continue. CBS Execs are forcing Sheen to stay home to be sure he's fully rehabbed.
Sheen tells it like this: "They said, 'You get ready and we'll get ready.' And I got ready and went back and nobody's there. I don't know what to tell you ... I'm here and I'm ready. They're not. Bring it, you know?"
A scheduling conflict forced Matt Damon to turn down the chance to be part of the most successful film ever made -- he said no to Avatar. The actor admits he was in talks with director James Cameron to take the lead in the 2009 sci-fi epic but there wasn't enough time for him to take on the project in between The Bourne Ultimatum and The Green Zone. Sam Worthington stepped in to replace Damon in the film.