Charlie Sheen Talks 'Major League III' Plot, Project Still Alive

Charlie Sheen opened his mouth and, surprisingly, something worth listening to came out.  The actor spoke about potentially legit plot details for Major League III.  And judging by the title, this is apparently the third film -- technically the fourth (Major League: Back to the Minors was the third film) -- but I suppose this is the third legit film, being a direct sequel to Major League II.

Anyway, here's what Sheen had to say regarding Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn:
"Selling cars," Sheen revealed. "If you buy a car from me, I play catch with your kid for 10 minutes. Seriously, it's gotten that bad. My arm's dead and then I find out I've got a son from a one night stand in Mexico who's in the Cleveland system who's throwing 105. He's the new Wild Thing. It's pretty cool."
Sheen also went on to indicate that everyone from the first film is in this new one.  Even though Wesley Snipes was replaced by Omar Epps in the sequel, that doesn't seem to be the case this time around, as the filmmakers are willing to wait for Snipes to be released from prison.  Wow.

Source: Crave Online