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Charlie Sheen scores $100 million settlement deal with Warner Bros.

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I guess he really is winning after all... at least in the money department. Although Charlie Sheen has become known for his unpredictable antics, the Hollywood star appears to be turning over a new leaf and it's paying off...literally. Just after his humble appearance at Sunday night's Emmys -- during which he wished the folks at Two and a Half Men nothing but success -- the actor has supposedly finally settled his dispute with Warner Bros.

According to TMZ, the former Two and a Half Men star will get an immediate payout of $25 million, which will add up to $100 million in syndication profits over the next decade. In return, Sheen would need to drop his wrongful termination suit against the studio and Men co-creator Chuck Lorre. Not a bad deal for someone who just lost their job.

Could this be the cause of Charlie's abrupt change in behavior? Admitting that his tiger blood comment was over the top, his well-wishes to his former colleagues...has this winning warlock finally left Mars and come back down to Earth? I guess money can be a powerful incentive...especially in the form of $100 million dollars.

Source: US

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