Are you guys ready for this? This whole Ashton Kutcher taking the place of Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men thing? Is this going to be any good? I just don’t know. Unless I see some full-frontal nudity involving Kutcher, I guess I’m going to have to reserve my judgment indefinitely. Because really, that’s the only way that I’m going to be watching anything beyond maybe the first episode of the new season.
Will you guys be tuning in on September 19th?
July 20, 2011 at 9:30 am by Sarah
“Nice meeting you. My name is Robert Pattinson, and I am a gay vampire.”
Oh this is gonna turn out well. Especially with the Two and a Half Men reboot coming up. My man Ashton may well have lost a few female fans (if that’s at all possible) with a recent comment he made about my favorite vampire heartthrob, Robert Pattinson.
Ashton made the “joke” on a Brazilian television show. From what I hear, too, it kind of fell flat.
I’m sure it’s probably all in good fun, but throwing a current object of obsession under the bus when you used to be quite an object of affection yourself only kind of looks a little bitter and desperate. Stick to trying to fill Charlie Sheen‘s shoes. You fit that mold much, much better, friend.
July 8, 2011 at 4:30 pm by Sarah
These two guys were found at a conference in NYC last night, looking happy and in love.
Who would have thought, all those years ago, that the bumbling, toothy Michael Kelso would be serious enough to not only NAIL a legendary (and, um, hot) class act like Demi Moore, but keep her tamed, too.
The wonders of this world sometimes never cease to amaze me.
June 10, 2011 at 9:30 am by Sarah
Aw, man, in news that couldn’t suck more, this is really up there: both Ashton Kutcher and CBS have alluded to the idea that Kutcher will be taking over Charlie Sheen‘s vacant role in Two and a Half Men. After a deal with Hugh Grant reportedly fell through (and I personally think a witty, hot British man is EXACTLY what the show just happens to need), Ashton swooped in to take a chance, and producers and executives have given it the OK so far:
Two sources close to the deal-making tell The Hollywood Reporter that the actor is putting the final touches on a deal to replace Charlie Sheen as the star of TV’s No. 1 comedy. CBS, studio Warner Bros. and Kutcher’s reps at CAA declined to comment on the situation but a deal is said to be all but signed. The exact dollar figure he will be paid is not known but a source says Kutcher is getting a “huge payday” to join the hit sitcom.
Even Ashton isn’t really trying to hide it – yesterday, he tweeted ‘What’s the square root of 6.25?’ (The answer, of course, is two and a half.)
Honestly? I’m not all that happy about this. I was an avid That 70′s Show fan, and it took me YEARS to take Ashton Kutcher seriously. Now it seems like he’s probably going to reprise his Michael Kelso-ish role, and I just don’t know WHAT to think.
This is too much to handle on a Friday.
May 13, 2011 at 5:30 am by Sarah
Have you guys heard about the DNA Foundation yet? It was created by Demi and Ashton Kutcher and it promotes awareness about and education on stopping child sex trafficking. (On a side note, these two will never split – now that they’ve officially created a ‘foundation’ together, these guys are on ‘til DEATH DO THEY PART. Break out the hankies.)
The videos are great, and Bradley Cooper, Adrian Peterson, Justin Timberlake and others are just delightful to watch, and this whole thing is way, way better than those stupid ‘Where do you like it’ or ‘What color bra are you wearing’ games are supposed to raise awareness for breast cancer on FACEBOOK. Um, guys? I’m AWARE of breast cancer, and you know what? Posting what color my fucking BRA is on Facebook won’t help the lady down the street who has no insurance and is dying from what she KNOWS to be breast cancer. The PSAs are great, and it’s respectable that celebrities with fortuitous pull are willing to take the time out of their day to film something that’s got meaning behind it. Ashton and Demi’s site is pretty awesome, too, and it’s got a lot of ways that you can actually get involved.
More ‘Real Men’ videos after the jump – which was your favorite?
April 13, 2011 at 12:30 pm by Sarah
My first reaction? PLEASANTLY SURPRISED. This could totally be a radio hit except for the verse with all of that coffee-themed weirdness (come on, ‘mocha latte’ just does not a good rhyme make). What do you guys think? Cute? Campy? Fucking stupid? Your call, as always.