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FILE - In this July 20, 2005 file photo, actor Charlie Sheen, right, co-star of "Two and a Half Men," and Chuck Lorre, executive producer of the show, are shown during the CBS portion of the Television Critics Association press tour in Beverly Hills, Calif. (AP Photo/Nick Ut, file)
The battle between Charlie Sheen and his former "Two and a Half Men" executive producer Chuck Lorre continues.
The actor sent out a Tweet yesterday, according to The Hollywood Reporter, in which disparaged Lorre in reference to the recent news that the series could go on without him: “#Adios2&aHalf without me it's like Zeppelin without Plant. The Doors without Jim. C Lorre just elected into the Troll Hall of Shame. RT”
The Hollywood Reported said on Thursday that Lorre has an idea to reboot the series that would give Sheen’s former co-star Jon Cryer a more prominent role and introduce a new character.
CBS, Warner Bros., and Lorre is facing a two-and-a-half-week deadline on whether to revamp the series or cancel it, The Associated Press reported.
Meanwhile, Sheen is suing Lorre and Warner Bros. for $100 million. The Hollywood Reporter cited a source who said that the star has been working to get back into the show, but Lorre reportedly has no plans to meet with him.