As preparation for playing Steve Jobs, one of the world’s smartest men, Ashton Kutcher bought a black turtleneck and grew muttonchops. OK, Mr. Kutcher, what else have you got for us?
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In news that will surely delight its millions of regular viewers and send chills down the spines of people who like good things, 'Two and Half Men' has been renewed for a tenth season.
Every series is bound to have a bit of turnover through the years, particularly shows like 'Two and a Half Men' that juggle a wealth of talented creative minds over nine seasons, not even counting it's most obvious shake-up from Charlie Sheen. But on the precipice of locking down its cast and crew for a tenth, possibly final season, who's about to jump ship?
Sounds like Ashton Kutcher will share his Apple with ‘The Book of Mormon’ star Josh Gad. Kutcher was somewhat infamously cast as iconic Apple CEO Steve Jobs but which legendary tech pioneer will the Tony-nominated actor Gad star as?
It was inevitable that a biopic on Steve Jobs would be made at some point within a year or two after his passing. Now producer Mark Hulme is speaking out about casting Ashton Kutcher in the lead role and more information on what part of Jobs' life the movie will focus on.
Fear not, 'Two and a Half Men' fans. Where one year ago it seemed the long-running CBS sitcom was desperate to put a lead actor in place after Charlie Sheen's famous departure, the current incarnation of Chuck Lorre's prize-winning sitcom will soon secure its future for a historic tenth, and by no means final season.
In an effort to make some of us feel old (and celebrate their 25th anniversary) FOX is re-airing the pilot episode of "Married with Children" on April 22nd to kick off a special night of programming.
You're all familiar with 'Two and a Half Men,' the head-scratchingly popular show that used to star Charlie Sheen, abuser of women, and now stars Ashton Kutcher, abuser of fame. The show's co-creator, Lee Aronsohn, recently had some despicable things to say about female-centric television from his throne of male righteousness.
Following the death of Steve Jobs, there was much mourning and the entire online world joined together for the digital eulogy to end all digital eulogies. Of course, the moment that was all over, deals were made, hands were shaken and discussions began regarding a film about Jobs' life. And now here we are, with Mr. Jobs cast for his first (and certainly not last) biopic: Ashton Kutcher will don the glasses and the strap on the black turtleneck as the co-founder of Apple in the appropriately titled 'Jobs.'
And it seems like only yesterday we were reporting about the exorbitant amount of money the cast of 'Modern Family' sought to gain in their contract re-negotiations. What? It was? So that must mean that TV's other sitcom behemoth 'Two and a Half Men' must be due for some serious...really? No? Hmm.