The actor is hoping the studio powers-that-be greenlight a script so they can make 'Major League 3.' Now, in case you think his wildness may have hurt his basic math skills, he's well aware of the 1998 sequel 'Major League: Back to the Minors,' but "Sheen considers that movie an 'abortion' -- and doesn't think it should be counted with the rest of the series."
Coincidentally, this news comes just as Lindsay Lohan eyes her next film, suggesting that both actors are working on their "impulse control."
Though Ms. Lohan continues to have troubles with the law -- her latest run-in involves violating probation by stealing expensive jewelry -- and has left a large wake of failed projects due to her ever-continuing personal woes, yet another project is ready to take the risk and cast her. Radar reports that she's zeroing in on a new film called 'Escaping the Game.'
Though it focuses on celebrities who can't take the fame, fake their own death and escape to a remote island to live a simpler life, Lohan wouldn't be playing a role that mimics her own life. Instead, she'd play an investigator trying to uncover the mystery behind the disappearances. Actor Chris Zylka is in talks to co-star.
Producer Nathan Folks is surprisingly confident that she won't go to jail and will be able to participate in the film. He's even figured out the insurance issues: "We can get her insured if she is with someone who is keeping an eye on her 24/7."
Now for the tough question: Which project seems the least likely to go straight to DVD?