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Originally posted 01/26/2012 05:10PM
His active Twitter page has gone silent about Demi Moore and he's been partying in Brazil, but a source insists that Ashton Kutcher's actions – and inactions – are not what they may seem.
"Ashton is deeply concerned for Demi," says the source, noting Kutcher was in Brazil to work on an ad campaign when he heard about Moore's hospitalization. "He still cares about her and wants the best for her. But their marriage is ending and they are both moving on with their lives."
Originally posted 01/09/2012 09:35AM
Charlie Sheen says that last year's headline-making antics are indeed a thing of the past.
"I'm not crazy any more. That was an episode," Sheen says, laughing, as he spoke with reporters at Sunday night's Fox Network Television Critics Association party in Pasadena, Calif.
"I think I'm a different person than I was yesterday. Everything is a lot more mellow and focused and much more rooted in reality."
Sheen, 46, couldn't be more Zen about his new FX show, Anger Management, in which he will star and produce. He reports that casting is underway and that they will shoot 10 episodes in six weeks.
Originally posted 11/18/2011 10:45AM
And that's showbiz.
On Thursday, the same day the news broke that his wife of six years, Demi Moore, was filing for divorce, Ashton Kutcher proved the show must go – in this case, on the set of Two and a Half Men.
The dressed-down comedian, 33, was back to business for his debut season on the CBS comedy at the Warner Bros. studio lot in Burbank to play Walden, a recently divorced bachelor, who was written into the show when Charlie Sheen was fired from the hit series earlier this year.
Originally posted 10/25/2011 09:20AM
Originally posted 09/20/2011 07:30AM
CBS's Two and a Half Men is now actually one man, played by Jon Cryer, one near-man, played by Angus T. Jones, and one manchild.
That would be Ashton Kutcher, who made his debut Monday night on the de-Sheened sitcom as Walden Schmidt. Walden is nearly the opposite of Charlie Sheen's now-dead sleaze king Charlie Harper: Sweet, unsarcastic but – here we stay true to the show's gawping bawdiness – possessed of an astounding anatomical endowment that he soon puts to use.
The instant verdict: Kutcher was not at all bad. He was quite likable.
Originally posted 09/18/2011 07:45PM
As if Ashton Kutcher needed another adoring fan.
"I'm already converted to the cult of Ashton," Jon Cryer, his Two and a Half Men costar, told Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet at the Primetime Emmy Awards at Los Angeles's Nokia Theatre Sunday night. "You will be too."
Kutcher, 33, who will make his debut on the CBS sitcom Monday – a casting change-up following Charlie Sheen's infamous departure from the show – is "a great guy," Cryer says.
Originally posted 09/12/2011 12:00PM
Charlie Sheen's been through so much – what more could people say about him, even at a roast?
That was the feeling Saturday at a Comedy Central-sponsored roast at Sony Studios in Culver City, Calif., where friends of the actor lobbed insults his way – but in interviews before the event, wished him nothing but good luck.
An edited version of the shindig will air on the cable network Sept. 19, opposite the debut of Ashton Kutcher on Sheen's former CBS sitcom, Two and a Half Men.
Originally posted 08/15/2011 11:00AM
Two and a half men? You could fit a dozen times that many people into Ashton Kutcher's enormous, luxurious trailer that he'll reportedly use while filming CBS's Two and a Half Men this season.
More than 1,000 square feet? Check. Seven 60-inch, 3-D plasma TVs? Check. Two bathrooms, a kitchen with granite counter tops, a conference area? Check, check, check.
And the network will be writing some serious checks, too – $8,750 a week – to rent the palace-on-wheels for its new star, 33, who replaces Charlie Sheen on the top-rated sitcom, reports London's Daily Mail.
Originally posted 08/06/2011 10:30AM
Goodbye, Charlie. Hello, Ashton.
In a last goodbye, Friday night brought the taping of the funeral of Charlie Sheen's character Charlie Harper on the CBS sitcom Two and a Half Men, according to reports from the closed set.
Also there to appear in the season premiere: Ashton Kutcher, who is joining the cast. In the show's readjusted storyline, Charlie's Malibu bachelor pad is being bought by broken-hearted Internet mogul Walter Schmidt, played by Kutcher.
No word yet on the cause of Harper's death, which reportedly is being kept secret by the series' creator and executive producer, Chuck Lorre.
Originally posted 07/19/2011 05:00PM
No bowling shirt, no problem.
In the first peek at Ashton Kutcher's debut on Two and a Half Men, Charlie Sheen's replacement leaves little to the imagination.
"All will be revealed," the sign held by nearly nude Kutcher, 33, along with equally underdressed cast mates Jon Cryer and Angus Jones, reads.
And for those wondering how Kutcher will fill Sheen shoes, producers say he won't be playing the bowling shirt-sporting, womanizing Charlie Harper.
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