Ashton Kutcher is either Andy Kaufman-ing all of us or lacks a hint of self-awareness. The 'Two And a Half Men' actor and prolific tweeter is saying the media -- of which he's a part -- ruined Twitter for him.
Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore don't do much of anything, and whenever they do it's usually not worth watching. Still, for whatever reason (in Moore's case, that reason is actually "Bruce Willis"), they're both loaded. That cash may be why they stalled on splitting officially in the eyes of the court.
Yes, Ashton Kutcher will still be starring as Steve Jobs in the biopic tentatively titled 'jOBS,' and yes, we still think they should consider changing the name.
Maybe 'iJobs.' Or 'Steve iJobs.' Or 'Steve Jobs Now Lives in the iClouds.' Something.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned -- and even pretty MILFs like Demi Moore are no exception to the rule.
A lot of people were surprised when it became clear that Moore's soon-to-be-ex-husband Ashton Kutcher is swapping spit with former 'That '70s Show' co-star Mila Kunis, but -- horny guys of various persuasions aside -- no one took the news quite as hard as Demi.
‘Pirates of Silicon Valley,’ the 1999 made-for-TV movie about the early rivalry between Apple’s Steve Jobs and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, saw Jobs played by ‘ER’ star Noah Wyle. But a new film about the now-late Jobs will star an entirely different actor: Ashton Kutcher.