Charlie Sheen Releasing Short Film 'Operation Greyhound' This Month
Charlie Sheen is once again ready to hit the living rooms of fans across America, and his triumphant return to the small screen is already underway. The 45-year-old actor, who was officially fired from the hit sitcom Two and a Half Men last week, is starring in a short film along with his goddesses and close-knit cadre. What will the parody entail?
In the spoof, Operation Greyhound, Charlie makes fun of himself, taking on the role of a Warlock.
The plot? "A Hollywood actor who plots to seal back his mansion-like trailer from a studio lot after he was sensationally fired from the top rating sitcom in which he starred," according to Radar Online.
Warlock Charlie, is joined on top secret mission with "Goddess" — Charlie's real-life goddess and live-in girlfriend Natalie Kenly.
In the teaser clip, via Radar Online, Charlie wears camouflage, a maroon beret and dog tags.
Warlock is the commander in chief of"'Strike Team Five," which consists of "Gnarls Gnarlington" (international radio jock Scott Dooley), "Juarez'"(Charle's real life make-up artist Gabe Solana), "Kill" (paparazzo Steve Han) and "Lidsville" (the actor's personal assistant Rick Calamaro).
His team loyally takes on their Warlock's mission to break into the Warner Brothers lot, steal Charlie's trailer bus and drive off the Men set without being caught by security.
The short film was shot in Charlie's Mullholland Estate beginning last Wednesday, and the flick starts with "Warlock" in Charlie's living room putting together a plan of attack.
"We don't even exist," he tells his team. "Unless we find where we are, we cannot find where we are going."
Operation Greyhound is his first project Charlie has worked on since being terminated from his character Charlie Harper in Chuck Lorre's highly revered sitcom, Two and a Half Men. Charlie earned close to $2 million per episode.
"If somehow we can somehow arrange going to the studio and getting my bus, it will be the most epic piece of television ever produced!" Charlie told Radar of the plan for his parody.
Last Thursday night, Charlie's trailer bus — which included everything from a bed, to gourmet kitchen and plasma TV — was released from the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, Calif.
Charlie uses the actual footage of the trailer leaving Warner Bros. in Operation Greyhound.
The full version of the short film, will be released later this month.
Watch a sneak peek clip, HERE!