Yeah, we can see it. We don't know how feasible it is with his duties on Entourage, but we can see it.
As time goes on, CBS is feeling more hard-pressed to make a decision on the future of Two and a Half Men. Do they forge ahead without Charlie Sheen? Do they end the series all together? These questions just keep popping up and no one at the studio has any answers.
However, it seems like they are making every effort to find one and sources are reporting that Jeremy Piven might just be it. Supposedly, the studio is keen on the idea of Jeremy stepping in to fill the Charlie-shaped void on the show, with one source suggesting:
“Jeremy is a great actor and a hot commodity, his name has come up a couple of times in talks about who, if anybody, could step into Charlie’s shoes.”
But if CBS and Warner Bros. really are interested in Jeremy, they might want to start up a dialogue with him about…cause he has no idea what they are talking about! According to Jeremy's rep:
“No one connected in any way with Jeremy knows anything about this and that would include Jeremy.”
Whoops! Someone dropped the ball on that one.
Maybe his name just came up in a hectic brainstorming meeting or something. Still, we could see Jeremy working. He wouldn't have the same, um, charm as Charlie, but he'd certainly be a character.
But if we get a choice, we're sticking with Rob Lowe, despite what he says.
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