Emilio on Brother Charlie: At Times I Want to Shoot Him

References 'The Godfather II'
By Kate Seamons,  Newser Staff
Posted Mar 20, 2011 3:37 PM CDT
Emilio Estevez on Brother Charlie: At Times I Want to Shoot Him
U.S. actor Martin Sheen, left, and his son, U.S. actor, director and writer Emilio Estevez attend the British premiere of their latest movie "The Way" at a central cinema, London, Monday, Feb. 21, 2011.   (AP Photo/Jorge Herrera)

Looks like Charlie Sheen, aka Carlos Estevez, isn't the only family member making crazy comments. Brother Emilio implied he sometimes wants to shoot the winning actor, Godfather-style, reports the Sun. Explains Emilio: "There's that thing in the Godfather: Part II of 'I love you, Fredo, you're my brother, but don't ever take sides with anyone against the family', then Michael Corleone has to have Fredo 'taken out' on the boat." On that fateful ride, Fredo is shot in the back of the head. Says Emilio, "There are times, like these, when I want to take Charlie out for a boat ride."

And he doesn't stop there. "Charlie should know that he might have a boat ride in the future. Someone's got to be Michael Corleone." But Emilio would rather serve as example than murderer ... not that he was a good one in his younger days. "All I can do for Charlie... is to try to be an example. But, really, I was a pretty poor one. I was a bad boy. I was drinking and I lost my virginity" at 14. Still, "there's always hope, and there are so many examples of people pulling themselves out of the s**t and having a rebirth." Click for more on Sheen. (More Charlie Sheen stories.)

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