Now that Charlie Sheen is on hiatus from his series “Two and a Half Men” he’s been trying to find ways to fill his free time. Most people in his situation would be advised not to speak to the press, but that’s all the actor’s been doing lately. His latest rant is about the developing sequel to the Major League fanchise. Sheen wants the movie to happen, and he wants to reprise his role as Ricky “Wild Thing” Vaughn.

According to EW, Morgan Creek “currently have a script for another sequel from David Ward, who wrote the screenplay for the original. This time around, the Indians convince Vaughn, Willie Hayes (Wesley Snipes), and Pedro Cerrano (Dennis Haysbert) to re-join the team as bench players to help salvage their season, but complications ensue when Vaughn’s long-estranged son, born out of wedlock, joins the team from the minors.” Unfortunately, Corbin Bernsen’s character Roger Dorn won’t be in the mix this time.

When asked about his part in the film, Sheen told TMZ that he’s in negotiations but “they don’t seem to think that I’m as valuable as I do.” Hmm, we wonder why? “Two and a Half Men” isn’t the greatest show on TV, and the actor hasn’t headlined a successful feature film since Scary Movie 3.

Do you want to see another Major League movie? Should Sheen be included?