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Charlie Sheen wants Major League sequel

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Charlie Sheen has loaded the bases on a possible Major League sequel, revealing he has a good idea for the film.

The actor, who played baseball star Ricky Vaughn in the beloved 1989 sports film, tells Smashfilm his new story revolves around a young hopeful with big talent.

“You find the Vaughn character selling cars and his arm is so shot that if you buy a car from him, he’ll play catch with your kid in the parking lot,” Charlie says, “and then there is an ex who shows up, who he had a tryst with a couple decades ago, and she has a twentysomething kid, who is now in the Cleveland organization, throwing about 102 miles per hour. So, the story pretty much focuses on that.

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“The kid does not like me. We do not like each other. It bookends our story, but it also passes the torch.”

However, film executives at Morgan Creek Films, who own the rights to the movie, have no interest in making a sequel to the movie.

“If they don’t want to do it, then I am sure there is a way that they could be involved and everybody wins,” Sheen adds. ” The script that we’ve all been sitting on is pure gold and absolutely shootable… We could be in pre-production tomorrow. There is so much that could be said here.”

The original also featured Tom Berenger, Corbin Bernsen, Margaret Whitton, Rene Russo, Wesley Snipes, and Dennis Haysbert.

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