From Us Weekly:
Still going strong after five months!
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have recently been parading their relationship around NYC. The 34-year-old actor, still separated from Demi Moore, has been living with his onetime That ’70s Show costar, 29, while she films The Angriest Man in Brooklyn in the city.
“He always had a thing for her,” a source told Us Weekly. “It’s a real infatuation.”
On Sept. 17, the pair of five months fed each other brunch across the table at NYC’s Philip Marie restaurant — then cuddled up on a boulder for an extended smooching session in Central Park.
“They only saw each other,” a witness said of the duo. “Nothing else seemed to matter.”
While a source told Us that Kunis “isn’t sure this will last,” the Friends With Benefits actress is “going for it.”
Let’s do some creepy math, all right? The story from Us Weekly mentioned that Ashton Kutcher is 34 and Mila Kunis is 29. Totally cool, right? But That ’70s Show, where Ashton and Mila met, premiered in 1998. When Ashton was 19. And Mila was 14. And Ashton has “always had a thing for her.” Ewwwww.
But hey, is there anyone who looks at this relationship and feels any sort of positive feelings about it? Or even neutral feelings? Like, is anyone not disturbed by these two dating? Because I always feel this huge urge to slap Mila Kunis and tell her to run for the hills. Is that normal?
September 30, 2012 at 3:00 pm by Emily
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And isn’t it nice to see these two in love, far from the clutches of people like Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Bynes? Isn’t it nice to be able to talk about pure, unadulterated joy instead of pure, unadulterated inebriation? I sure think so.
These photos were taken just yesterday, and they feature Mila and Ashton kissing, holding hands, cuddling, and walking along like there’s not a pissed-off estranged wife lurking in dark corners, just waiting for Mila to get her first wrinkle.
Isn’t love grand, guys?
September 18, 2012 at 9:30 am by Sarah
5I’m Just Going to Leave These Photos of Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher’s Totally Friendly Hand-Holding Vacation Right Here For You Guys, OK?
Hey, look! Remember how I told you guys that these two were going away on some tropical vacation together? Because they did, and here’s a few pictures to prove it. Also, they’re holding hands. I don’t care how long you’ve been friends, you don’t generally go ’round holding hands with someone that you’ve spoken out against so vehemently about not dating. Because Mila Kunis, shut up already. We know that you’re in a relationship of sorts with Ashton Kutcher. Can we just go on to avoiding the interview questions that assume you guys are together? Because denying these things … well, it’s just starting to look silly all over the place, now, isn’t it?
Can we just get these two at a red carpet event together already? Because, despite the fact that I pretty much abhor Ashton Kutcher and everything he stands for, I’m still a That 70′s Show closet fan at heart, and I positively love this pairing. I also think that if these two were to hit up a red carpet event already, the world would be aghast at so much physical beauty in two people—two people who also happen to be boning. One another.
August 8, 2012 at 7:30 am by Sarah
From Page Six:
Ashton Kutcher has whisked Mila Kunis on a romantic vacation to Bali, Page Six can reveal. The actor, still going through a divorce with Demi Moore, has taken Kunis to a five-star resort on Bali’s southern peninsula. Suites include wooden four-poster beds, a sunken indoor bathtub and ultra-private pools.
Sources tell us the pair, who met 14 years ago while starring on “That ’70s Show” together, are now making no secret of their romance despite earlier attempts to stay out of the public eye.
One source said, “Ashton was Mila’s first kiss while on ‘That ’70s Show,’ so they’ve always had a special bond. They started dating in the spring, and things have recently become more serious.”
Aww. Fourteen years. Fourteen years these guys have been in lust with one another, and pretending to be in lust with one another, and actually in lust with one another. Isn’t it just fitting that, after all of this time and Demi Moore stuff and cheating with girls who have pretty nice boobs, these two would end up together in sunken tubs in Bali? Because if you took all of the squickiness away from this situation, and from Ashton Kutcher‘s taking-himself-way-too-serious thing that he does so well, then you’d have a pretty cute couple, here, guys. But alas, that’s not the case, and it’s kind of squicky and weird and definitely off-putting because we know just how seriously Ashton Kutcher takes himself. Because BALI. What’s next, kisses atop the Eiffel Tower? A proposal written in the sky by a plane? This is SERIOUS, y’all.
August 1, 2012 at 4:30 pm by Sarah
Honest to God, when I was typing that headline, I actually wrote “Asshton” instead of “Ashton.” And I’m still laughing.
Steve Jobs had a reputation for being a genius, but also for being difficult to work with, and it seemsAshton Kutcher, who is playing the late Apple founder in a new movie, is taking his character’s traits a little too much to heart, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
A person working on the indie film, Jobs: Get Inspired tells Radar that the actor refuses to “come out of character” after the cameras stop rolling and that even during lunch he “doesn’t crack.”
“He’s not been nice to people on set. He’s been really mean to everyone, even when he’s off camera,” the source says — going on to claim that Ashton is taking the role so seriously that he won’t even let his rumored fling Mila Kunis on set because she’s a distraction and “he’ll break character.”
“I’ve heard that on Two and a Half Men Ashton is really cool and friendly, even to the extras, and a great guy — that he’s friendly with everyone and goofs around, but it’s been the polar opposite on this movie.”
The insider says that at first he didn’t understand why Ashton was being so terrible to people even when the cameras weren’t rolling, but he was quickly filled in.
“I didn’t understand when he started yelling at people. A PA had to explain to me that Ashton was insistent on staying in character at all times on set. I’m pretty sure this a whole new way of acting for him, it’s kind of bizarre. There was preparing for a scene the other day where he had to fire a bunch of people and he got himself really worked up. We were taking a break between filming and sitting around relaxing when Ashton walked past and screamed at us, “If you are just gonna sit in these fu**king cubicles like you’re at home you might as well stay at home.
“Everyone thought he was actually yelling at us to leave, we didn’t realize first of all that he was just ‘being in character.’
“When it came to shooting the actual scene though it played out completely differently. On camera he walks down the hallway and a guy asks ‘are you gonna fire us all?’ And he replies ‘probably’ and walks out. Maybe he decided the screaming option didn’t play so well!
“I think there’s a lot of pressure on Ashton so that’s why he’s being so meticulous about the part, and why he’s being so method. He wants to be taken seriously as an actor and sees this as his big chance.
“Well, he’s certainly got the method acting down to a T- when it comes to that he could give Marlon Brando and Al Pacino a run for their money!
Method acting is just so dumb. If you’re unable to get into character whenever you need to, then you probably shouldn’t be acting: there, I said it. During any given rehearsal or day of shooting, if you’re only able to muster up the strength to get into character once, then you really need to reconsider what you’re doing. You should know your character well enough, mentally and physically, on call. And it’s not only that, but method acting is really unnecessarily draining on the actor. I was doing a show one time, and the male lead had never acted before at all, and he kept trying to be all method, but his character was a man whose four-year-old son had just been hit by a car and died, and it’s like “hey, friend, you don’t have to force yourself into this horribly dark space in your head, and also it’s time for a dinner break and you’re being super weird over pizza.”
But man, that Ashton. What an asshole, huh?
July 27, 2012 at 5:30 pm by Emily
Now that we have this out of the way, I can tell you—this is Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis sucking face and generally grinding all over one another at the wrap party for that Steve Jobs movie, in which Ashton Kutcher plays the role of late Steve Jobs.
Nothing to see here, folks (except what’s in the gallery). Let’s just keep the line moving, shall we?