Charlie Sheen To Star In ‘Machete’ Sequel, ‘Machete Kills’

Charlie Sheen To Star In 'Machete' Sequel, 'Machete Kills'

“Machete” director Robert Rodriguez has revealed on Twitter that he has cast Charlie Sheen in the upcoming sequel to the 2010 movie, “Machete Kills”. Charlie will be playing the President — can you picture that?!?

Robert tweeted the news, saying, “I just cast Charlie Sheen in ‪#machetekills‬ as the President of the United States! Who better? More soon…”

The movie will star Danny Trejo, Jessica Alba and Michelle Rodriguez all reprising their roles in the first movie. In addition, the movie will feature Mel Gibson, Demian Bichir and Amber Heard. Reportedly, the movie centers around Danny’s character as he is recruited by the United States government to stop an arms dealer (played by Mel Gibson) from launching a missile at the U.S.

The movie’s description from Wikipedia:

From Aldamisa Productions : “The second film in the Machete trilogy finds Machete mourning the loss of his beloved Sartana, slain during a run in with the cartels. Machete is recruited by the President of the United States for a mission which would be impossible for any mortal man. Machete must battle his way through Mexico to take down a cartel leader, Mendez the Madman, who threatens to fire a missile on the US. Machete foils Mendez’s plot only to find that the missiles are remote wired to and triggered by the madman’s still beating heart. The only man who can disarm the missile is eccentric billionaire arms dealer, Luther Voz, who has hatched a plan of his own to spread war across the planet with a weapon in space. Machete takes on Voz and his army in order dismantle his master plan for global anarchy”.

Is this a movie that you’re going to see? Does Charlie Sheen’s participation steer you away or will it bring you into the theaters to watch? Hit the comments with your thoughts!

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