This is beyond hilarious. Popchips, with help from LA-based Zambezi, teamed up with Ashton Kutcher and, in one day, transformed Ashton into four different colorful characters - a flamboyant fashion designer, a sensitive Harley-loving biker, a new age hippie, and a Bollywood film producer.
Ashton Kutcher's participation in a Popchips video campaign has gone viral, alright, but because of complaints of racism. The minute-and-a-half long video debuted Wednesday, and presents a string of "bachelors" who are part of a "wo... Read Post
A snack food advertisement featuring Ashton Kutcher as an Indian man drew criticism across the web Wednesday. In the ad for Popchips that some are calling racist, the "Two and a Half Men" star is seen playing a Bollywood producer na... Read Post
For a phony online dating ad - in which he stars on behalf of his role as Popchips' “president of pop culture" - Ashton Kutcher dons multiple costumes and pretends to be four different eligible bachelors. There's a character named R... Read Post