For a good period, ‘Two And A Half Men‘ dominated the sitcom genre, with accurate punch lines and sarcasm. However after Charlie Sheen was fired from the show, Ashton Kutcher was reeled in for the role of Walden Schmidt.
With the ongoing trend of reunion and revival, fans were also expecting the cast of Two And A Half Men to reunite. In a recent interview, Jon Cryer revealed disappointing news about a potential ‘Two And A Half Men‘ revival.
Jon Cryer Dropped A Subtle Hint About Not Working With Charlie Sheen Again
Jon Cryer recently appeared on The View and spoke about the possibility of a revival of the series and working with Charlie Sheen. Now that Sheen and Chuck Lorre have buried the hatchet, Cryer was asked about reuniting with Sheen for a possible revival.
The two-time Emmy winner replied saying he does not wish to open that door. Jon Cryer said, “Oh gosh, I don’t know how that happens. I mean, Charlie is doing a lot better now, which is wonderful. He and I have not spoken in a few years but he’s doing a lot better, which obviously I am happy about.”
Why Doesn’t Jon Cryer Want to Work With Charlie Sheen
Although the on-screen sibling hate did not continue off-screen, there is another reason why Jon Cryer does not want to work again with Charlie Sheen. Cryer has his reasons for not wanting to reprise his role as Alan Harper.
Cryer said, “The thing for me is, when ‘Two and a Half Men’ was happening, Charlie was like the highest-paid actor in television – probably ever. And there has been nobody that has surpassed the enormous amount of money he was making. And yet he blew it up. So you kinda have to think, I love him, I wish him the best, and that he should live in good health the rest of his life, but I don’t know if I want to get in business with him for any length of time. If it was a one-off or…”
The ‘Extended Family‘ star further said, “I don’t close anything off. I loved working with those people when it was great — it was really great, you know? — and I’m sad that it got super-duper weird. But everybody, I think, comes from a place of forgiveness, hopefully. As I said, when the times were good, they were really, really good.”
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