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Ashton Kutcher

  1. Hot Trailer: Mila Kunis Cries Shiny Moon Tears, Rihanna is a Snake Person in MoonQuake Lake

    "What if when you go to the moon there's an asteroid, or something?"

    As you may have guessed, this is not a trailer for an actual movie (not that we'd put it past Hollywood). But it is in an actual movie. According to Pajiba, this is from, of all things, Annie. The titular character and her foster dad go to see MoonQuake Lake, which is apparently a Twilight knock off in which Mila Kunis is from the moon, Ashton Kutcher is a handsome man, and Rihanna is some sort of snake mermaid.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Full House’s John Stamos and Dave Coulier Reunite

    Things We Saw Today

    Full House stars John Stamos and Dave Coulier recently got the Uncle Jesse/Joey team back together for a charity event, Child Help Christmas. Cut it out, you guys. (via The FW) 

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  3. Aaron Sorkin Will Write the Steve Jobs Biopic, So Don’t Worry, It’ll Be Great

    Vital Information for Your Everyday Life

    There was a rumor that this was going to happen, and now it is confirmed: screenwriter extraordinaire Aaron Sorkin will be the one adapting Walter Isaacson's biography of late Apple CEO Steve Jobs for the big screen. Sorkin, most famous for his work on The West Wing, has already won an Oscar for his last script about a tech giant (The Social Network), so this will be familiar territory for him. Not that Sorkin couldn't handle unfamiliar territory ... oh, wait, just remembered Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. Never mind. We'll take familiar territory.

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  4. Ashton Kutcher to Play Steve Jobs in Indie Biopic, Probably Not an April Fools’ Joke

    Variety reports that Ashton Kutcher, of That '70s Show and replacing Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men fame, has been cast as Steve Jobs in an indie biopic about the Apple mastermind. The news released yesterday on April Fools' Day, so instead of haphazardly reporting it, we waited to see if, you know, April Fools. The news seems to be legitimate, however, and though you may not be thrilled to learn that Kelso is playing Steve Jobs, look at the comparison above. Seems pretty spot on to me.

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  5. Will the World Accept Ashton Kutcher Playing Steve Jobs in an Indie Biopic?

    Questions! Questions That Need Answering

    Yesterday, in news that was promised to be true and not an April Fool's prank, it was announced that Ashton Kutcher -- of Ashton Kutcher fame -- will be playing the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs in an indie biopic. Okay, so, going by only the side-by-side pictures alone (pic from Mashable, who were brainy enough to choose pictures from both men's bearded phases), it's not that insane of an idea. But then when you recall that Ashton Kutcher is not known for his acting, let alone playing, um, geniuses, this throws things into a different perspective. Let's talk about this, shall we?

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  6. Ashton Kutcher’s Twitter Account Hacked

    Celebrity and Twitter demigod Ashton Kutcher appears to have had his Twitter account hacked this evening. As of 8:30pm EST, two Tweets were sent from his account, neither of which has been deleted yet: The first asked "Dude, where's my SSL?" and the second claimed that the stunt was in honor of young protesters around the world whose social media profiles were hacked by their governments. The "SSL" mentioned in the first Tweet refers to the Secure Sockets Layer protocol: Based on the reference, Gizmodo's Rosa Golijan speculates that Kutcher was hit with something like the Firesheep browser-hijacking extension. Earlier Tweets of his today and yesterday reference the TED 2011 conference, so Kutcher certainly would have been in proximity with tech-savvy people capable of deploying such a trick; it's lucky no one did anything more malicious. (@aplusk via Giz)

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