Charlie Sheen and Warner Bros Dispute Efforts to Revive ‘Two and a Half Men’ – WB Tells Charlie to ‘Shut Up’

Sometimes it may be best if Charlie Sheen just says nothing.

Uncle Charley, Chuck Lorre and Warner Bros seem to be in disagreement over comments Sheen has made while out on the road on his “Violent Torpedo of Truth” live tour.

Sheen told the audience in Boston, and also a radio show, that he had been in talks with Warner Bros and everybody involved about returning to “Two and a Half Men”.

In fact, Sheen put the odds at about 85% that he would be returning.

But not so fast - Warner Bros seems to disagree. In fact, they think Sheen is lying.

Warner Bros not only disagrees, and says there have been NO talks, but their lawyers have fired off a letter to Charlie telling him to stop talking about the show and any discussion people may have had.

Warner Bros said in no uncertain terms,

"Those statements are false. As you know, there have been no discussions, there are no discussions and there will be no discussions, regarding his returning to or having any involvement with the series."

This kind of jives with everything we have heard – that there is absolutely NO chance that Sheen will ever return to the show.

There is also the small detail of the $100 Million lawsuit Sheen has filed against Warner Brothers. Awkward.

Sorry Charlie, looks like you better polish up that road show – you might be at it a while.