Oh, GUUUUUUUHHHHHHHHHH. Chuck Lorre has announced that Two and a Half Men's heterosexual main characters, played by Ashton Kutcher and John Cryer, will wed each other in a "hilarious" sham marriage so that Kutcher's stupid character can finally adopt the baby he's always wanted. Read more...
After a month of waiting, Mila Kunis guest appearance on Two And a Half Men with Ashton Kutcher finally happened! And it was so worth the wait! Kunis played Vivian, a traveling camper who just happened to show up on Walden Schmidt'sShow More Summary
During a Los Angeles Clippers game, fans got a huge surprise. As fans watched the big screen to see who would end up on the kiss cam, they were treated to the pairing of Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis. The two played boyfriend and girlfriend as Michael Kelso and Jackie Burkhart on That '70s Show. Kutcher and Kunis are recently engaged. Show More Summary
If at first Ashton Kutcher doesn’t succeed at playing Steve Jobs, try again — with an Oscar winner. Christian Bale is director David Fincher's choice to play the Apple cofounder in the Sony biopic, TheWrap reported Thursday, citing an...Show More Summary
Mila Kunis is taking her love for Ashton Kutcher to the small screen. CBS announced Tuesday that the actress is going to be guest starring as Walden's love interest in an upcoming episode of "Two and a Half Men."Kunis, who played Kutcher's...Show More Summary
Source: Getty Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are taking their relationship to a new level - on screen! The recently engaged couple will act together for the first time since That '70s Show when Kunis guest-stars on Two and a Half Men....Show More Summary
She will play a "beautiful" world traveler with whom utcher's Walden instantly feels a connection. read more
Odette Annable returns to "Two And a Half Men" and has a tease for fans of her cult hit, "Banshee."
‘Jobs’ is now available for rent or purchase from iTunes, Amazon and Google Play among others. The movie ‘Jobs’ that chronicles Steve Jobs life from a college dropout to the early years at Apple Computer, including his ouster from the company he co-founded with Steve Wozniak. Critcs panned the movie which was released in theaters […]
Looks like Ashton Kutcher isn’t the only celebrity A-lister to catch the high-tech investing bug. Now Justin Bieber has some skin in the game too, and not just onscreen like fellow singer Justin Timberlake, who played early Facebook investor Sean Parker in the 2010 film The Social Network. Show More Summary
Lenovo has signed the TV star and tech investor as both a product engineer and pitch man.
Lenovo, the global technology manufacturing firm that recorded nearly $30 billion in revenue last year, has named Ashton Kutcher, a former male model who rose to fame playing the stupid one on That 70s Show, as its new "Project Engineer." The time to dump your Lenovo stock is now. Read more...
Actor Ashton Kutcher has joined Lenovo as a product engineer. Kutcher’s experience in engineering includes… basically nothing, although he did play Steve Jobs in the 2013 biopic Jobs, so that has to count for something, right? Right? Kutcher’s first job at Lenovo will be using his celebrity status to market the company’s new “Yoga” tablet—an obvious first […]
PC maker Lenovo tweeted a picture on Tuesday of its newest employee, and the face on the accompanying staffer ID card may surprise you. Ashton Kutcher, who recently played Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in the film Jobs, is listed as the...Show More Summary
Ashton Kutcher may have studied for months to play Steve Jobs in the "Jobs" biopic, but "Breaking Bad" actor Bob Odenkirk is taking a more relaxed approach. Odenkirk plays Barnum LaBeaux, a Steve Jobs clone presenting " The Thing,” “The...Show More Summary
It’s easy to see here why Ashton Kutcher was cast to play Steve Jobs. Way back in 1978, Steve was a young (hirsute!) guy just beginning to see the first hints of success. Though the actual interview Steve is prepping for here is no longer available, the timing suggests that he was invited to talk […]
When Ashton Kutcher was first tapped to play Steve Jobs in the movie Jobs, which opened in theaters today, I was nervous. Mostly for Ashton. In addition to being a friend, I'm also Ashton's fan, and celebrate his entire oeuvre. But most of his roles thus far have been lighthearted (Dude Where's My Car? for one). Show More Summary
Now playing in theaters everywhere in a full-on nationwide release is Joshua Michael Stern's Jobs, the first film about the late Steve Jobs starring Ashton Kutcher as the innovator. We first saw and reviewed the film at Sundance, saying...Show More Summary
Today sees the release of Jobs (formerly jOBS), in which Ashton Kutcher plays the part of late Apple founder Steve Jobs. The film focuses on Jobs’ life from the time he dropped out of Reed College in 1971 to his rehiring as CEO of Apple in 1997, a decade after he was ousted from the company. Show More Summary
With his lead role in the new biopic, "Jobs", Ashton Kutcher steps into the shoes--and black turtleneck--of an icon. Here, he talks about preparing to portray someone who was famous for obsessing over preparation--and everything else. Show More Summary