Mark Cuban, the American entrepreneur and owner of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team, has confirmed that he and Charlie Sheen are set to work on a project together.
Mark Cuban has confirmed that he is in talks with troubled actor Charlie Sheen about creating a new talk-show or reality program for his HDNet cable network, reports USA Today.
Recent speculation has suggested that Cuban and Sheen are set to join forces and capitalise on the recent wave of interest in the 'Two and a Half Men' star and the entrepreneur has confirmed that talks are set to go ahead. The 52-year-old, who also owns Landmark Theatres, said, "We'll do something together, but it's not certain it will be a show. It'll come down to what he wants do and what his situation is. We'll just figure it out from there, but it's a unique opportunity, I'll say that". Sheen premiered his new webcast 'Sheen's Korner' on Saturday (5th March 2011) but seemed to criticise the show in a Twitter post yesterday, saying, "Last night was treasonous to the movement. my bad". The 45-year-old recently broke the Guinness World Record for reaching one-million Twitter followers in just over one day and that number now stands at 1,993,513.
It is not yet clear when details of Mark Cuban and Sheen's project will emerge and the Maverick's owner insisted that he "can't yet say anything" about the talks.