Ahead of the Two and a Half Men series finale last night, Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher stopped by Conan this week to discuss, among other things, the many times the two leading men locked lips on the show. While...
Ahead of the “Two and a Half Men season finale tonight, Ashton Kutcher posted a heartfelt message to his co-star Jon Cryer on Facebook.
Ashton Kutcher just posted a super touching message to his Two and a Half Men co-star Jon Cryer ahead of tonight’s series finale. “Thank you Mr. Cryer for making this job never feel like work. I will miss working with you every day. You are a true partner in every sense of the word,” the [...]
After 12 seasons, Two and a Half Men is about to air its final episode ever on Thursday night. Jon Cryer has been especially sentimental about the end of the show, which makes sense, given that he's been on 260 episodes of it. Ashton...Show More Summary
The Two and a Half Men series finale airs tonight. That's right, it's almost over. We'll still have to deal with reruns in syndication, but hey, I'll take what I can get. More » Even If You Hate Two And A Half Men, Ashton Kutcher’s Tribute To Jon Cryer Will Warm Your Heart is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
It looks like "Two and a Half Men" fans aren't the only ones getting a little sad that the series is coming to an end. Just in time for Thursday's (Feb. 19) series finale of the CBS show, Ashton Kutcher took to Facebook on WednesdayShow More Summary
Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer visited Conan O’Brien’s show on the eve of Two and a Half Men’s series finale tonight, to discuss at length kissing, birthday gifts, pinching props – everything except the big question: Charlie Sheen.  …
Two and a Half Men finally wraps for good Thursday evening after 12 seasons. While cast and crew are mum on whether Charlie Sheen will make a surprise return, one actor, Jon Cryer, revealed to The Toronto Star which piece of the show he’d like to take home for keeps. Show More Summary
Over the past dozen years of taping Two and a Half Men on Stage 26 on the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, Calif., Jon Cryer had grown to dread the inevitable last-minute rewrites that would come his way. That is, until Feb. 6, when he wrapped his 262nd and final episode playing Alan Harper on the hit CBS comedy. Show More Summary
When he landed the role of Alan Harper on CBS' Two and a Half Men in 2003, Jon Cryer says he had "an unusual sense of confidence" that the show would break his streak of four failed TV series. It did a lot more than that, of course. After 12 hit seasons, Two and a Half Men closes shop on Feb. Show More Summary
There is but one episode left of "Two and a Half Men," as its 12-year run comes to an end next week. Jon Cryer tells Zap2it that he hopes to see his character Alan "get rich" or "move out," something to help him "grow up in some way."...Show More Summary
Charlie Sheen sees your Ducky outfit, Jon Cryer, and raises you. Sheen is set to guest-star on an upcoming episode of the '80s-set The Goldbergs, and he's reviving his famous part from Ferris Bueller's Day Off. The 1986 spot was oneShow More Summary
Two and a Half Men became a staple under the guidance of star Charlie Sheen and 80?s mainstay Jon Cryer, with the tutelage of show runner Chuck Lorre who acted as producer on the series. The show garnered a total of 37 Emmy Award nominations during its run, with Jon Cryer nabbing two statuettes for his own mantle. Click To Continue Reading
Zap2it: With "Two and a Half Men" now in its final season, how have you liked your teamwork with Ashton Kutcher the past several years?Jon Cryer: The writers didn't want to just do Kelso from "That '70s Show," because that's a criminal waste of Ashton's intelligence. Show More Summary
Long betfore he become one-third of Two And A Half Men. Even before he had all our sympathy votes as Duckie in Pretty in Pink. Jon Cryer's first movie role - can you believe it? - was actually 1984's No Small Affair, which turns 30 years old on Nov. 9.
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Well, cry us a river, Jon Cryer. In a video interview with the Huffington Post the Two and a Half Men actor acknowledges that everyone identifies him as gay, but he adds that he’s not, and by the way why don’t more gay men hit on him? The co-star of your straight brother’s third-favorite sitcom added he has an “encyclopedic knowledge […]
A few days ago we had the chance to sit with the cast of the upcoming film "Hit by Lightning" and talk about the project. The film follows Ricky (Jon Cryer) the loneliest man in North America, who finally meets the perfect woman, Danita (Stephanie Szostak), but there's one catch. Show More Summary
Jon Cryer brought back his 1986 "Pretty in Pink" character Phil "Duckie" Dale as a Halloween costume on "Two and a Half Men."
"Two and a Half Men" star Jon Cryer sounded off on speculation over his sexuality in an interview with HuffPost Live. Citing his "encyclopedic knowledge of show tunes," the 49-year-old actor nonetheless told host Josh Zepps, "All ofShow More Summary