Charlie Sheen, the former star of CBS’s "Two and a Half Men," said he plans to take a role in a competing TV show on a network other than CBS, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Sheen didn’t give any further details but said the show would be "epic," the article notes. He made the announcement Tuesday night at his show in the Seattle area, the final night of his "My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option" tour.
Separately, Sheen allegedly demanded a fee of $1 million and story approval to be interviewed by Vanity Fair, reports the New York Post’s Page Six.
Vanity Fair was reportedly unwilling to meet those demands and instead is working on an article exploring the actor’s life. The article will detail how Sheen demanded $100 million from CBS last year after the network offered him $72 million, which reportedly made Sheen the highest-paid actor in TV history.