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LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Charlie Sheen was fired from CBS’ top-rated sitcom “Two and a Half Men” earlier this week, but he tells K-Earth 101 that he’s not worried about future projects.

“I don’t know, I think my days of TV are a little bit behind me. I’ll go make some movies with some brilliant directors,” he told Gary Bryan and Lisa Stanley while jogging on his treadmill Wednesday morning.

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Stanley then asked if he would be working on “Major League 3.”

“Yeah, that’s right around the corner, yeah,” he said. “There’s tons of opportunity, you know, when you talk about Roman Coppola, Nick Cassavetes and people like that, it just, you know, I’ve got geniuses just waiting for me to say, ‘let’s do this.’ So, I’m not really worried. I’ve go no job, I’ve got no dough, but ah…”

Winning? Only time will tell.

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To hear Sheen’s complete interview, visit K-Earth 101.