'Easily Bored' Ashton to Stay Single
01/13/2004 AT 03:55 PM EST
The "That '70's Show" star, who's been making headlines for the past nine months thanks to his May-December relationship with Demi Moore -- he's 25, she's 41 -- claims he doesn't "have any plans" to marry.
Speaking to TV's "Access Hollywood," Kutcher says marriage to Moore -- or, presumably, anyone -- isn't even a consideration. "I don't have any plans for it," he says. "I can check the datebook, but last I looked, there wasn't anything in there like that."
As for the spotlight that their relationship throws in his way, Kutcher (who did the "Access" interview to promote his new dramatic movie, "The Butterfly Effect") says, "It kind of comes with the territory doesn't it? If I'm sitting in Iowa, I flip through magazines and see Tom Cruise, I'm like, 'I want to be an actor like Tom Cruise,' I see Brad Pitt, I'm like, 'I want to be like this guy.' "
He went on to say: "If I'm not a moron, I realize that these guys are followed, and they get their picture taken all the time so it kind of comes with the deal. You know, my life's pretty freakin' great. I'm not going to complain about it, you know, a little camera here and there."
And as for recently vacating his spot on MTV's popular "Punk'd," Kutcher says, "We're done. ... It was time to move on. It was time to do something different. I get bored easily, man, I've got to change it."
Kutcher is now developing a new series for MTV called "My New Best Friend," in which contestants can win cash prizes by trying to convince friends or family members that a person they've never met before is their new best friend, according to the Hollywood Reporter. No airdate has been set.