Charlie Sheen Speaks on ‘Mad Families,' Meryl Streep’s Golden Globes Speech & Running for President

Charlie Sheen spoke with “Extra’s” Terri Seymour while celebrating his new movie, in which he stars and also produced. The Crackle original movie centers on three families who find themselves sharing the same camping space on a Fourth of July holiday weekend. When none of them volunteer to vacate the site, they try to figure out a way to co-habitate peacefully, but eventually decide on a series of competitions to determine a winner.

He said of the movie, “This film… on its surface, it may appear as a silly comedy, but it actually deals with a lot of issues we’re in… What we've delivered — almost accidentally, under the guidance and tutelage of Dave Spade and Fred Wolfe, a couple of giant brain assassins — we've delivered something that is topical and timely. We’re reminding people to take pause and it’s okay to laugh at some of this stuff.”

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