Charlie Sheen has made simple words like "winning" and "fastball" quite popular, and many thought the now famous words would be added to the script of the upcoming Major League movie. Don't count on it, says screenwriter David S. Ward, who is writing the script for the new installment of the Major League series.
Ward claims that Charlie Sheen is not playing himself in Major League; so it might seem off to have the actors catchphrases scripted in. Additionally, Ward feels the movie would then be dated.
"'Winning' might have run it's course," says Ward.
"We live in a very disposable culture," he says. "Catch phrases go in and out of vogue. You don't want to date your movie. Besides, Charlie might have moved onto a whole new vocabulary by then."
The catchphrases Charlie Sheen uses have even become popular on the social network, Twitter. Very often throughout the day one can browse through their timeline and more than likely run across a tweet that has "#Winning" or "#Fastball" hash tags.
What do you think about having #Winning and #Fastball in the new Major League movie? Are the Charlie Sheen catch phrases likely to be #washed-up by then? Or do you think that would be #legendary?
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