Could "Two and a Half Men: The Movie" be on the horizon?
A new deal between Chuck Lorre and Warner Bros. Television makes it possible -- if not exactly likely.
"Two and a Half Men" creator Lorre has re-upped with Warner Bros. TV with a four-year deal that will see him moving into features.
Though the deal will still center around television, it will make it possible for him to write, develop and/or direct features for Warner Bros.
“After writing and producing sitcoms for 20 years, it’ll be a welcome relief to take all the violence, insanity and human suffering from behind the cameras and put it out front," Lorre cracked in a release. "And finally, the feature component of this new deal allows me to fulfill a lifelong ambition -- to have a project in ‘turnaround.’”
The deal also expands Lorre's television-development territory into dramas and long-form projects.
Under the new agreement, Lorre will continue to executive-produce "Two and a Half Men," "Mike & Molly" and "The Big Bang Theory."
Lorre has been with Warner Bros. Television since 2000.