For awhile there, it was starting to look like all of that drama between Charlie Sheen and Warner Bros. was behind us. Well, it isn’t.
In the latest chapter of the Charlie Sheen vs. Warner Bros. saga, the company reportedly sent Sheen a cease and desist letter, demanding that the actor stop using photos from Two and a Half Men to promote his upcoming FX show, Anger Management.
The letter, picked up by the Hollywood Reporter, reads:
“That you are using Warner’s intellectual property for a commercial purpose – namely, to sell another show – is especially egregious. Please immediately cease and desist from using these photographs or any other intellectual property belonging to Warner.”
Naturally, Sheen had a few choice words for Warner Bros. in response to the cease and desist letter. The former Two and a Half Men actor, when asked how he felt about the C&D letter, told TMZ:
“I”m thrilled. It insulates me from having to redundantly see myself in the idiotic bowling shirt. Perhaps if Warner Bros. spent as much time and energy focusing on THEIR show, it wouldn’t be such a steaming pile of ass.”
Here we go again.