Charlie Sheen, Leah Remini and Naya Rivera are set to star in the movie “Mad Families” for Sony’s streaming service Crackle, TheWrap has learned.
Sheen will serve as executive producer on the film, which also stars Finesse Mitchell, Charlotte McKinney and Juan Gabriel Pareja.
“Mad Families” centers on three families — one Hispanic, one African-American, one Caucasian — who share the same camping space on a Fourth of July holiday weekend. When no one wants to vacate the site, they all try to figure it out peacefully in a series of hysterical contests.
Fred Wolf (“Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser”) is directing and producing from a script by Wolf and David Spade. Anne Clements also serves as a producer on the project.
Wolf previously worked with Crackle on “Joe Dirt 2.”
“It’s great to be back in business with Fred, and to have Charlie on board. The combination of Fred’s unique comedic voice and Charlie’s sharp wit and gift for physical humor is sure to be ‘winning,'” Eric Berger, executive vice president of digital networks at Sony Pictures Television and general manager at Crackle, said in a statement.
In 1986, Sheen starred in the year's Best Picture winner at the Oscars, "Platoon." The movie marked the start of his relationship with director Oliver Stone.
1987 - "Wall Street"
Sheen starred with his father, Martin Sheen, in Stone's "Platoon" follow-up, "Wall Street." When Sheen was passed over for Stone's next film, "Born on the Fourth of July" in favor of Tom Cruise, the actor-director duo had a public falling out.
Twentieth Century Fox
1991 - "Hot Shots!"
Following his work with Stone, Sheen's movie career continued with roles in films including "Young Guns," "Major League" and "Hot Shots!"
Twentieth Century Fox
1998 - Overdose
In 1998, following several stints in rehab and a public struggle with drug abuse, Sheen suffered a stroke due to an overdose.
2000 - "Spin City"
The actor had a career resurgence on TV in 2000. He replaced Michael J. Fox as the lead of the ABC series "Spin City" for Seasons 5 and 6.
2002 - Golden Globe
For his role on "Spin City," Sheen walked away with a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a TV Series, Comedy in 2002.
2003 - Two and a Half Men
Following the end of "Spin City," Sheen's TV career continued with Chuck Lorre's "Two and a Half Men" on CBS in 2003. Sheen starred on the show alongside Jon Cryer for eight seasons.
December 2009 - Domestic Violence Arrest
In 2009, Sheen was arrested in Aspen, Colorado, for second-degree assault, menacing and criminal mischief following a fight with his then-wife Brooke Mueller. He pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor domestic assault charge.
Aspen Police Department
March 2011 - Meltdown
Sheen was fired from "Two and a Half Men" in 2011 after publicly disparaging series creator Chuck Lorre in an interview. In a string of bizarre interviews and online videos, Sheen launched meme-worthy phrases like "tiger blood" and "winning," as well as lots of head-shaking.