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Charlie Sheen Gets Suggestive Banana Poster for 'Charles Swan III'

November 28, 2012 (7:31 am) GMT
A series of quirky character posters from 'A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charlie Swan III' have been unveiled, boasting some provocative objects that represent each character.

"A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charlie Swan III" has dropped a series of interesting new character posters. Instead of exposing each character just like usual promo one-sheet for a movie, the posters highlight sexually suggestive objects that are related to the main characters of the upcoming drama.

's character poster highlights a banana, while 's features daring red lips with a licking tongue. 's features a pink lipstick, 's sees two cherries, and 's boasts a pickle. It is still unclear what's the meaning behind those quirky images.

"Charlie Swan III" revolves around Sheen's titular character, a successful graphic designer whose fame, money and charm have made him irresistible to women. Unfortunately, when his girlfriend breaks up with him, his life heads into a downward spiral.

The film was recently screened at Rome International Film Festival. A video from the event has landed online, revealing a very first footage from the upcoming movie. Glimpses at Sheen's antics and his fights with a girlfriend are teased in the video.

Directed and written by Roman Coppola, the drama will come out in the U.S. cinemas on February 8, 2013.






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