Warner Bros. doesn't want Charlie Sheen back
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Warner Bros. doesn't want Charlie Sheen back

April 14, 2011 07:47 am CDT 

Los Angeles, CA, United States (AHN Entertainment) - Despite Charlie Sheen's claims that CBS wants him back for "Two and a Half Men," sources say that the actor will never be invited back. Warner Bros. apparently wants nothing to do with their misbehaving former star.

Charlie told Boston sports station WBZ-FM that "there've been discussions" about him coming back to work in the sitcom. But instead of divulging details, the usually talkative star was mum because he said he was "asked not to divulge anything."

A report also suggests that CBS honcho Les Moonves has been pressuring Warner to take the actor back.

But according to TMZ sources, the reports have been "absolutely false." Moonves has not even weighed in and Warner has not been talking to Charlie about his return.

Charlie's people have reportedly been making calls and pleading for his job back, but so far, Warner is not interested.

The future of "Two and a Half Men" is still not certain. It may be canceled or continued with another actor replacing Charlie. CBS will announce its fall lineup next month.

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