|Location:||Los Angeles, CA, United States||Published:||March 14, 2011 07:36 am EDT|
Charlie Sheen's torpedo of truth is coming at a venue near you. But those who wish to see the ex-"Two and a Half Men" star do his "winning" formula on stage should act fast because the comedy tour "My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option" is already sold out, with the actor planning on adding extra shows.
Charlie has opened shows at the Fox Theater Detroit in Detroit, MI and at The Chicago Theater in Chicago, IL, but those venues quickly sold out in just 18 minutes, a Ticketmaster record, according to TMZ.
And since the brazen actor is hot commodity right now, he is thinking of doing more shows in 20 to 30 more cities in the U.S. Organizers are also considering overseas tour in Europe and Australia.
A source told E! News, "Madison Square Garden is trying to book a date. That's not the ideal venue size, but Charlie is open to it."
Charlie has already been giving us a daily dose of his rants and raves on air and online, so what does a Charlie Sheen comedy show involve exactly?
"Charlie is first and foremost an actor," the source explained to the website. "There will be a lot of scripted material, plus videos, interactive audience material, the whole range of things that play off Charlie's strengths. There will be light and dark moments. People will not be disappointed."
The actor promises to donate $1 from each ticket to the comedy show to the Red Cross Japanese Earthquake Relief Fund.
Charlie Sheen To Get His Own Biographical Comic Book
A new Charlie Sheen comic book biography will soon be available. Bluewater Productions, which has published many comic books, is launching a new Infamous line. The first entry in the aptly named Infamous series will be the life story of everybody's favorite winning warlock.
According to Radar Online, The Charlie Sheen Story begins with the actor's sons being removed from his care by the authorities. The accompanying caption reads: "A knock on Charlie Sheen's door at 10 o'clock at night almost always means trouble." The text then describes him surrendering the kids into Brooke Mueller's care while "menacing-looking" cops look on.
On the next page, Charlie's back in his house with the goddesses. The caption reads: "Charlie gets to keep the nannies." Sounds riveting.
Apparently, the former Two and a Half Men star isn't directly involved with his comic book's production. Nevertheless, it will cover every aspect of his life, including his alleged substance abuse, his relationship with his ex-girlfriend, Kelly Preston, and his current seemingly interminable meltdown.