Charlie Sheen, Rob Pattinson, and Kristen Stewart To Begin Filming "Tiger Blood Boy - The Winning Warlock of The West"

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 19 April 2011

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Charlie Sheen at the age of nine portraying Attila The Hun in his parents backyard. (Photo by Emilio Estevez).

LOS ANGELES - Charlie "Space Traveler" Sheen and Twilight stars Rob Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have met with famed producer Bandini Borrapelli and have agreed to star in the science fiction - spy thriller Tiger Blood Boy - The Winning Warlock of The West.

Sheen agreed to do the movie after CBS and Warner Brothers fired him from his $1.8 million a week job and then his one-man nation-wide tour which he named My Violent Winning Torpedo Truth Vs. The Losing Trolls of Lies Tour did not do so good.

Pattinson and Stewart were each offered $10 million up front plus a percentage of the movie profits which should turn out to be a very lucrative deal for the Twilight duo.

Sheen, is either liked or hated. Critics have hailed him as having the intelligence of Bill Gates, while others have stated that he has the stupidity of Lindsay Lohan.

Sheen's former co-star on Two and A Half Men, Jon Cryer, whom Charlie called a troll has finally admitted that he is in fact a troll.

Cryer did admit that he is seeking therapy to correct that malady and that she should be troll-less in about six to eight weeks.

Meanwhile another former cast member, Conchata Ferrell, was a little more animated as she told USA DAYBREAK that she hopes that the self-centered SOB's nose, ears, and wiggly worm all fall off.

Angus T. Jones, who played Charlie Harper's 17-year-old nephew Jake told Tittle Tattle Tonight that he sure does miss the shows catering truck.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Marin Hinkle who starred as Jake's mother Judith Harper stated that Angus T. was always the first in line when it came time for the cast to break for lunch. She recalls that one time he actually pushed his TV grandmother (Holland Taylor) out of the way after she had gotten to the catering truck before him.]

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