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Postering Charlie Sheen’s 9/11 Drama With Whoopi Goldberg

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For those who have hungered all summer for “adult” entertainment, your wait is over on September 8, for Charlie Sheen’s labor of love, 9/11. (Press release, CHARLIE SHEEN’S “9/11” ACQUIRED BY ATLAS DISTRIBUTION, here.)

9 Responses to “Postering Charlie Sheen’s 9/11 Drama With Whoopi Goldberg”

  1. jspartisan says:

    September 8? Oh fuck you movie! FUCK. YOU.

  2. EtGuild2 says:

    Oh My God

  3. Joe Straatmann says:

    Sadly, we are in a world where this is only the 5th most upsetting thing I’ve seen today.

  4. YancySkancy says:

    Winning! But not Oscar-winning.

  5. hcat says:

    And Sheen is a truther on top of it. So this can be even worse than what it is on paper.

  6. Ray Pride says:

    The director’s resume is not encouraging. (In the link)

  7. Mark F. says:

    Why no “epic” film or miniseries about 9/11 yet? Seems like a natural for that.

  8. Ray Pride says:

    World Trade Center (Oliver Stone, 2006)?

  9. Chucky says:

    There must be a way to shoot this P.O.S. down with an ICBM.

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