"I went through a year of drinking and partying and woke up in rehab. I got the script for Hot Shots! a week out of rehab, read it and loved it,” Sheen tells Yahoo.
If there’s anyone qualified to judge the funniest script of all time, the Writers Guild of America should be pretty well-placed. As such, it’s just revealed the winner, as voted for by its members. And it’s Woody Allen’s benchmark ‘Annie Hall’ which has landed in the top stop, penned by the director himself and Marshall Brickman, who also co-wrote classics like 'Manhattan’ and 'Sleeper’ with Allen. Making up the rest of the top five are Billy Wilder’s 'Some Like It Hot’ in at number two, 'Danny Rubin and Harold Ramis’s 'Groundhog Day’ at number three, James Abrahams, David Zucker & Jerry Zucker’s 'Airplane!’